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Shapiro’s Road Ahead

He is eight days from home and Carl Shapiro, namesake of DC-based Shapiro, can’t wait to get into his own bed. The 6-foot-2, lion-maned bassist has been sleeping in a 15-passenger van for the past month, on the road with his b...
 
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Wilderness Survival 101

Musical collaborations can work a number of ways. A uniformly legalistic partnership for every song regardless of its actual writer is one method (Lennon/McCartney), while splitting songs up equally (like on OutKast’s Spe...

 
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Robert Bradley’s Blackwater Surprise

Robert Bradley has strayed on both sides of the tracks. From singing on the streets of Detroit to appearing on major-label albums and in high-budget films, he is reflective of artists that maximize even the most humble of circu...
 
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Best Albums of 2007: #20 to #11

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The Sea and Cake

With most bands, there tends to be one member who leads the way. You know, the leader who is responsible for most of the songwriting and instrumental organization. Though Sam Prekop is the vocalist of The Sea and Cake, he is by...
 
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Sunny Day Sets Fire from all over the world

Music is a universal language. I believe that we can all agree on this, but Sunny Day Sets Fire may understand this slightly more than many. The foursome’s members originate from Italy, Hong Kong, and the UK. Vocalist/gui...

 
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MONDAY PLAYLIST

This is my last full Monday of the school year, since my school (in the odd state of New Jersey) gets out next Wednesday. That means we have finals this week, so I will probably listening to music of a more relaxing tempo this ...