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Interview | Public Service Broadcasting

Public Service Broadcasting released their Live at Brixton album and DVD today. Band member J. Wilgoose recently spoke to the Last Mixed Tape about the filming/recording of their  300 more words

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Video of the Day: New Fries - Mary Poppins' Pockets

Canadian quartet New Fries released their mini-album More earlier this week on Telephone Explosion, the outcome of their time spent in an artist-run performance space & gallery in Toronto in which they recorded whilst also building an installation and creating visual art based on David Fair’s… 124 more words

Album Review: Tortoise - 'TNT'

In March of 1998, the world was treated to one of the most influential albums of the post rock genre to date. Even by today’s standards, … 462 more words

Album Review

Radiohead: “Hail to the Thief” (2003)

ALBUM keenam Radiohead yang bertajuk Hail to the Thief adalah karya musik anak zamannya sendiri, sebuah masterpiece yang dilahirkan dengan ciri dan kemarahan yang khas pada momen itu: direkam pada akhir tahun 2002, ketika Pemerintahan Inggris dan Amerika Serikat sedang mempersiapkan tentaranya untuk menyerbu Irak di mana Thom Yorke — vokalis Radiohead yang punya postur tubuh relatif pendek bagi ukurang orang-orang “normal” Eropa — sangat gencar mengutuk dan mengampanyekan penolakan terhadap rencana perang tersebut. 755 more words

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Sledgehammer

There are at least three well-known songs called Sledgehammer. Top of the Spotify list is one by Fifth Harmony, a five-piece all-female vocal group that came together when the girls entered the X Factor competition individually in 2012. 272 more words

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642. Station to Station - David Bowie

Brief Background: Station to Station was recorded in L.A. between September and November of 1975 and released in January of 1976. The album marks Bowie’s “Thin White Duke Persona” and was written and recorded during a period of cocaine use so extreme that Bowie claimed he didn’t remember recording it. 286 more words