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Why It Will Never Be the Wrong Time for Liz Phair's Exile in Guyville

My younger sister recently got engaged, and I cried because I didn’t understand it and because I was ashamed of that. And I didn’t listen to… 1,150 more words

Indie Rock

Graham Coxon Offers Update on Blur, His Solo Career, and Scoring The End of the F***king World

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Blur guitarist and solo artist Graham Coxon talks to Kyle Meredith about the American influences on his debut solo album, … 140 more words


Lo-Fi In Your Eye - Up Close With The Pentax Q 07 Lens

My Pentax Q has taken a back seat lately, with the Ricoh GX100 and an old Sony camera phone delivering all I need in both the experience and the final image. 593 more words


Empath, Polyfoam

Philly based quartet Empath have dropped a new noisy psych track.

Polyfoam is the first track from the band’s upcoming Environments 7 inch. The four track EP is all about nature and is composed of a wind side and water side. 41 more words

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Compilation Week - The Spirit of '82​.​.​. Alcopop! Records Summer Sampler 2018

A right mixed bag this one and to be fair that’s what compilations should be about. The fuzzy and noisy pop contingent lead the way (Happy Accidents, Spook School) and Kississippi’s indiepop is a delight. 61 more words



Album: Blur

Artist: Blur

Released: February 10th, 1997

Highlights: Beetlebum, Song 2, You’re So Great, Look Inside America

The cover of Blur’s self-titled fifth album is immensely appropriate: a picture, whose lack of focus evokes urgency as well as speed, depicting the moment when a patient is rushed into an emergency room on a stretcher. 783 more words