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MP3s: Que? Zoo and Dr. Skull

Que? Zoo and Dr. Skull is the alias for Philly-based Brandon Seawell, who recorded the six songs on Days At the Zoo in his bedroom "with two microphones, a mixer from the Back To the Future era, and my laptop." Three songs from...
 
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Art Imperial

Like perhaps the most famous of surf-rock innovators (Brian Wilson), Arthur C. Imperial does not surf. Rather, the sights and sounds of witnessing the act provide ample room for his musical talents to emerge. The Toronto-based ...

 
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Albums for Autumn, Pt. 1

The first of a bi-weekly series, Albums for Autumn showcases releases that find some relevance to the autumn months. Some claim that fall is the most emotionally turbulent month; we leave behind summer, anticipate winter, and v...
 
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Julian Shah-Tayler

Julian Shah-Tayler was born to make music. Putting out an EP every few months and pumping out 50-70 songs a year is no easy feat, unless you show prevalently the aspects of a well-rounded musician. His robust musicianship is re...

 
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Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti – Before Today (2010)

After dozens of hand-crafted releases, Ariel Pink has emerged with an exceptional album that polishes up his lo-fi production values without sacrificing the ingenious songwriting and domineering personality that brought him acc...
 
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Ariel Pink: An Essential Introduction

Ariel Pink is one of the most prominent causes of the recent “chillwave” movement, where recent artists like Washed Out, Neon Indian, and Memory Cassette have paid subtle tribute to Pink's incredible past work. This introductio...

 
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Phantom Power

Eric Littman is a complete unknown at this point. Little more than a paragraph of information is available online about his project, Phantom Power, and I actually do not know how it got in my hands in the first place. It could ...