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2014: Nothing - Gulty of Everything

While not necessarily a revival (since the genre most certainly has never died or disappeared), the modern shoegaze movement is highly expansive and far-reaching. From Japan to UK to the US, it’s everywhere. 151 more words

Jacob

// NIGHTS // HEY LOVE, HELLO // //Debut Single//

…And so it begins, what has happened so far… continues.

The last few months have been nothing short of extraordinary  for NIGHTS, but all one’s senses convince, that this is the real beginning. 232 more words

Song of the Week!

British singer-songwriter Sam Smith has blown up recently, his debut album In the Lonely Hour is killing it in the States and here in NZ. This week I’ve got on repeat the latest single he’s released off the album, … 65 more words

Track of the Week: Interpol – All The Rage Back Home

Last month Interpol previewed ‘All the Rage Back Home’ as the first glimpse of El Pintor, the band’s 5th studio album (released September 8th). 184 more words

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Imelda May-Tribal

I was a fan of Imelda May‘s last album, 2010’s Mayhem. I’m using fan in a pretty casual sense there because I liked it and listened to it a number of times, but it wasn’t on any of my top lists or anything. 252 more words

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MMF Flashback --- Destiny's Child, The Writing's on the Wall

Welcome to another edition of MMF Flashback. In this series I pay review albums that have been released already from various artist. These albums have reached some type of milestone and are very instrumental in the artists particular growth or debut. 471 more words

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Sam Smith-- In The Lonely Hour

I had to do Sam Smith for my first music review, because for the last few weeks I listen to this album at least once a day while I am at work. 691 more words

In The Lonely Hour