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Song of the Week: July

As Melbourne descends into the heart of winter, sporting events around the globe have been gloating at us. Wimbledon basked in sunshine and served up numerous montages filled with jugs of Pimms and lemonade, extravagant hats and strawberries. 285 more words

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Moby - Innocents

It’s tempting to wonder if Moby might have lost his way a little bit recently. The highlights on his last album Destroyed were relatively few and far between… 529 more words

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Top 5 Tuesday: So Sleep Deprived

Yesterday I may have emptied a bag of kettle corn inside my car.

I may have come home to find a load of laundry from Sunday sitting in the washer and smelling like a combination of swamp, blue cheese, sweat, and the compost bin that time we missed garbage day and had to let it sit for an extra week. 310 more words

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DYC's Fave Magic Mountain Jams

Well this week in July has been particularly special to me…I’m talking The Drums are back with new music and a new album Encyclopedia on the way!   69 more words

Cold Specks/Bodies At Bay

Bodies At Bay is another great sign that Cold Specks‘ album “Neuroplasticity” is gonna be fucking awesome.  It drops August 25th.  Stream Bodies At Bay below:

 

Cold Specks

The London (via Montreal) band (featuring the vocal talents of Al Spx) will release its second album, NEUROPLASTICITY, on Aug. 25.  The first single is  “Absisto.”

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Event Review: Cyndi Cain, Cold Specks, Aretha Franklin & Hypnotic Brass Ensemble Shine on Day 9 of the Ottawa Jazz Festival

Day 9 of the Ottawa Jazz Festival was spent under another gorgeous summer day and members of the public had the opportunity to see the likes of Cyndi Cain, Cold Specks, Aretha Franklin, and the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble take centre stage. 873 more words

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