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Review | Swords - Tidal Waves

The Last Mixed Tape reviews Tidal Waves, the sophomore studio album from alternative-pop outfit Swords.

There’s a haze that lies upon the music of  220 more words

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Premiere | Swords reveal brand new single 'Sixty Thousand Years'

The Last Mixed Tape is proud to premiere Swords brand new single ‘Sixty Thousand Years’.

The slow-motion atmosphere and sparse alternative-pop production of ‘Sixty Thousand Years’ introduces us to the fully widened scope of Swords upcoming album  144 more words

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Soap Opera

It´s the middle of the night, I can´t sleep and I desperately crave some type of snack. All I have are onions, a piece of ginger root, and some brocoli… no dice. 354 more words

Opinion

[Exclusive Interview] Taking Back Sunday - Emo 代言人 // The EMO Icon!

「對我們來說,這可說是一個『延續』多於『復興』。」

“For us there was no revival just a continuation ” – John Nolan, Taking Back Sunday

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自從2002年推出經典 Tell All Your Friends 後,Taking Back Sunday 在 Emo 界已是一個不可替代的名字。14年已過,這個流派似乎再次復興,樂團在這10幾年不論音樂潮流更替,仍每天為自己忠於的創作而努力,不間斷灌錄專輯和週遊巡演。 852 more words

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Listen | Swords release the gentle chiming of 'The Letter'

Swords return with ‘The Letter’, and yet another insight into their forthcoming second studio album Tidal Waves.

Working as a stark contrast to the electro-punk of ‘Betty Machete’, Swords latest glimpse into their forthcoming sophomore album is a deftly produced slice of alternative-pop with large flourishes of the trio’s trademark sound. 90 more words

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VLS Simulations – Layers: Time (Tidal Waves & Surges)

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Fire-Earth Science Conference: VLS Simulations – Layers: Time

Part XXXI of the VLS Simulations Conference conducted by FIRE-EARTH Science Team will commence shortly via BEACONS. 11 more words

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Krakatoa: The Day The World Ended: August 27, 1883 (Simon Winchester)

One of the great events in the history of the 19th century. It was exactly 10:02 a.m. on Monday, August 27, 1883 when the small volcanic island of Krakatoa in the Sunda Strait between Java and Sumatra blew itself out of existence with an explosion that was heard thousands of miles away and that resulted in the deaths of over 36,000 people. 676 more words

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