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Harbouring Oceans release a beautiful song called 'Railway'.

Lovely song to listen to. ‘Railway’ has it all, perfect harmonies, a great message and strong lead vocals. Love!

Railway is a song about self discovery and identification.  177 more words

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Ambitious Lovers - Greed

Art Rock, New Wave

★★★½

This is an enjoyable, and decidedly ’80s, new wave record. If songs like “Copy Me”, “King”, and “Privacy” don’t get you nodding your head or tapping your foot, then you’re missing a head, feet, or both. 42 more words

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10 Bands Who Changed Their Name and Found Fame

Feature photo by Philip Cosores.

The High Numbers. Sigma 6. Tom & Jerry. Angel and the Snake. The Golliwogs. Tony Flow & the Miraculously Majestic Masters of Mayhem. 2,662 more words

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LCD Soundsystem performs "Tonite" to kick off Jimmy Kimmel Live's Brooklyn residency: Watch

This week, Jimmy Kimmel has taken his late-night show across the country for a week of episodes at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Howard Gilman Opera House. 104 more words

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Sonic Gems - Roxy Music - Avalon

In 1971, Roxy Music was formed as an English Art Rock band by Bryan Ferry (vocalist/songwriter, Graham Simpson (bass), Phil Manzanera (guitarist), Andy Mackay (sax and oboe), Paul Thompson (percussion), Brian Eno (synth), Eddie Jobson (synth and violin) and John Gustafson. 228 more words

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Arrows of Love – Product

I’m Not From London Records

Christopher Nosnibor

It’s a fucking miracle Arrows of Love are still here, let alone that they’ve managed to nail a second album. 781 more words

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soundstreamsunday: "Starless" by King Crimson

King Crimson appeared in 1969 as an island, on the far side of the bridge joining a tiring psychedelic scene to a studied, if no less freaky (for its age), “progressive” rock.  349 more words

Progressive Rock