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Hilotrons Get Happymatic

In present day, calling a genre “dead” will most often be looked upon as a controversial statement. There are countless numbers of musicians specializing in stylistic revivalism, and I doubt that number is going to change any time soon. Though … Continue reading

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Seabear Gets Carried Away

Wyoming, the United States’ least populous state, has nearly twice the population of Iceland. Leave it to the art of music to give the best example of quality over quantity. No offense to the Cowboy State, but I honestly cannot … Continue reading

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Hammer No More The Fingers

It makes sense that many musically inclined college graduates of the past few years are finding solace in the apparent revitalization of ’90s indie-rock. It was their own introductory period of exposure to artistic influence, after all. Not only does … Continue reading

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Kent McAlister & The Iron Choir

Say you are at a party, chatting up a nice young gal or guy, jumping from topic to topic in an effort to get to know one another. If you are reading this site, there is a good chance that … Continue reading

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Weller & Coxon Collaborate on "This Old Town"

When Britain’s most infamous tabloid newspaper, The Sun, published a few months ago that Paul Weller and Graham Coxon were in the studio working together on a few new tracks, I assume most people considered it to be a mere … Continue reading

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The Silent League Continues to Make Enjoyable Sounds

I would imagine that hanging around Mercury Rev would do extreme justice in molding a musical intellect. Keyboardist Justin Russo was fortunately given that opportunity for quite some time. Possessing one of the largest cult followings of the 90s, Mercury … Continue reading

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Matthew William Kohnle's "and The Swede"

The foundation for individualized dependency can often be brought on by the bleakest aspects of life. If I were to say that loneliness can be used as a source of immense production, I would expect many to laugh, shake their … Continue reading

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