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The Cyanide Valentine Releases a Three-Sided Freebie

Ah, free albums. They are a pure thing of beauty. To listen to the material in its entirety you are not even forced to dish out cash, make a trip to one of the few remaining quality record stores, or engage in a gruesomely awkw...
 
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In Rainbows: The Other 44.4%

I could not help but chuckle when I received an e-mail a few days ago that questioned my “music fandom” for not writing a single post this year entirely devoted to Radiohead‘s In Rainbows. While I do admit tha...

 
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Say Hi to a Beautiful Change

Yeah, no Radiohead feature today. While I love the band and the new album to death, there is no point in covering something when virtually every site is writing the same thing. Maybe a review will come in the coming month but, ...
 
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Richard Hawley Crosses Lady’s Bridge

Collecting every morsel of musical output from a band can be a particularly grueling, though often rewarding, task. While I am not referencing a fandom quite as severe as the “Deadheads” or any other group of aged s...

 
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Landscape Progresses Atypical Post-Rock From Paris

Landscape is such a suitable name for the delicate post-rock group from Paris, France. Crafting atmospheric landscapes is something that the collective group of musicians does incredibly well; interweaving acoustic guitars, dra...
 
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Best Albums of 2006: #40 to #31

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Sire… from Montreal?

Sire would have blended in perfectly with the Brit-pop invasion of the mid 90s. Even though the band is from Montreal, their British influences are overwhelmingly prominent. While Sire does not preach the same upbeat and melodi...
 
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Short Bits

This is a brand new track from indie darlings Liars (Thom Yorke’s new favorite band) covering The Monks’ ‘Pretty Suzanne’. I love when covers reconstruct the original song significantly while still maint...

 
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ALBUM PREVIEW: The Black Keys – Magic Potion

Revitalizing the original roots of Blues rock has been a recent, though not entirely common, trend of the past decade. Successful bands such as The Black Crowes, The White Stripes, and My Morning Jacket have used strong compone...
 
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SATURDAY PLAYLIST

DJ Shadow – Erase You (featuring Chris James) [audio:https://obscuresound.com/mp3/p8/dj-era.mp3] DJ Shadow – Seein’ Thangs (featuring David Banner) [audio:https://obscuresound.com/mp3/p8/dj-see.mp3] Josh Davis (...