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XIU XIU - Unclouded Sky (2014)

01 – (Demerara)
02 – Blood of the Lamb
03 – (Berbice)
04 – I’ll Fly Away
05 – (Kaieteur)
06 – Lonesome Valley
07 – (Essequibo) 31 more words

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Moonalice Interview: Music Technology and Art With Roger McNamee

Moonalice Interview: Music Technology and Art Discussion with Roger McNamee

Moonalice continues their 2014 East Coast Tour this week. The band will be performing concerts in Connecticut and New York. 809 more words

Postaday2014

Never Heard of 'Em? #15 - She Speaks in Tongues

by Matt Meade

In the hip hop world, there is a practice that is referred to as interpolation.  This is a practice similar to sampling, except instead of using the original recording, the segment is re-recorded by new musicians as a way to circumvent copyright laws, or to reinterpret the original song.   1,224 more words

Never Heard Of 'Em

OK Computer - Radiohead (1997)

Mention Radiohead and you’re sure to get a strong response either way. For many and myself included, the band sounded like yet another U2 disciple – abet a very good one. 493 more words

Alternative Rock

Live Review: Jaws / The White Bicycles / Native People / Monroze (The Boileroom, Guildford, 24/7/14)

Monroze

Playing to a nearly-packed room when you’re inexperienced can be an intimidating prospect, and stage fright definitely affected this set. I say this a lot, but it needs repeating: If an audience is staying put for your set, and not rushing for the door, you’re doing okay – even if it’s hard to tell whether or not they’re enjoying the show! 332 more words

Rock

Hey Mother Death/Highway

The transcontinental duo Hey Mother Death, based between Halifax and Paris, follow-up their EP with ‘Highway,’ out on their new label Snake Power Records. The duo of Denma Peisinger and Laurence Strelka took their sounds from… 542 more words

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FLASHBACK: Neil Young - Trans (1982)

By Ryan Smith

Never mind that he was a driving force behind the proto-grunge movement and helped in no small way to define the Seattle Sound… and that he has, for that matter, hopped around from genre to genre leaving his mark in each one for the better part of forty-five years. 1,073 more words

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