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Kordan’s Fantasy Nation

It is hard enough to stand out in the music industry, both in regard to the attention one receives and how long they are able to endure standing there without recognition. It is both literal and interpretive here, as a feeling ...
 
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Barzin Writes Notes to an Absent Lover

Artists that write from a retrospective view often do it for good reason. It is a characteristic that can carry into their music, since reflecting upon one’s experiences with a modernistic mindset can provide aid for their stru...

 
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T. Nile

Regardless of where one grows up, the role of music is prevalent enough to embed sentiments of nostalgia into one’s memory of their childhood. Whether it is predominantly exposed as cultural tradition or commercialized exploita...
 
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The Careless Turns of Klum

Urban legends and Hollywood productions certainly have a hand in molding the common perception of being in a band. Want a bowl of M&Ms in your room after the show, with all the brown ones removed? It’s on the way, sir. How ...

 
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Best Albums of 2008: #20 to #11

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Obscure Sound: Best of September 2008

01. Benoît Pioulard – Idyll (post) 02. Neimo – Lines (post) 03. I am Robot and Proud – Uphill City (post) 04. Horse Feathers – Curs in the Weeds (post) 05. Land of Talk – Some Are Lakes (post) 06. ...

 
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The Hush Sound

First of all, I’d like to apologize for the lack of updates this week. I just moved into college and it’s been hectic (and insanely enjoyable) since Saturday. This will not be the usual though, as this should be the only week w...
 
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The Mood is Content

My week-long vacation of sorts turned out to be quite beneficial in several ways, with one of the most enlightening perks being the large array of releases from newer artists I had the chance to catch up to. The surplus of free...

 
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Elliott Brood Roam the Mountain Meadows

Attempting to follow a traditional etiquette while simultaneously bringing something fresh and innovative to the table can be a problematic maneuver for some bands. After all, if listeners have become so accustomed to a style t...
 
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Phoebe Killdeer & The Short Straws

When I was 8 years old, my taste of music was generally limited to conventionally accessible acts in the vein of The Beatles, Radiohead, and Zeppelin. True, no one will deny the significance of any of those artists, but my tast...