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The Snap: If you, like so many people, have experienced those dark and twisted moments of anger, sadness, or just plain simple depression and if, in those dark and twisted moments, you went Googleing music that would feed ...
'Celestite' Review

Wolves in the Throne Room Found their ‘Celestite’ Place Under the Sun

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If you, like so many people, have experienced those dark and twisted moments of anger, sadness, or just plain simple depression and if, in those dark and twisted moments, you went Googleing music that would feed that darkness, you most probably stumbled upon Wolves in the Throne Room. If, on the other hand, you [&hellip
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The Snap: Trampled by Turtles, the iconic bluegrass band hailing from Duluth, is at long last unveiling Wild Animals on NPR First Listen. It's been long-awaited since 2012's Stars and Satellites, which has held a place ...
Does TBT have split personalities?

Listen to: Trampled by Turtles, ‘Wild Animals’

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Trampled by Turtles, the iconic bluegrass band hailing from Duluth, is at long last unveiling Wild Animals on NPR First Listen. It’s been long-awaited since 2012’s Stars and Satellites, which has held a place on Billboard’s bluegrass charts for two whopping years. The album makes its official debut on Tuesday, July 1
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The Snap: It's been four years since I read Colin Greenwood's piece in Censor Index about why his band Radiohead released their album In Rainbow to fans directly. Not much has changed in the music world since that ...
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING A LOCAL MUSIC CONNOISSEUR

You Are Not The Music You Listen To On The Road

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It’s been four years since I read Colin Greenwood’s piece in Censor Index about why his band Radiohead released their album In Rainbow to fans directly. Not much has changed in the music world since that experiment in distribution. However, the motive behind the release is as, if not more, important than ever: [&hellip
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The Snap: Indeed, Independence Day might be behind us for yet another 361 days, but the patriotic streak is still running strong. This summer, celebrate America with 12 tracks worth of Bruce Springsteen (because is ...
All hail The Boss.

Listen to: ‘Dead Man’s Town: A Tribute to Born in the USA’

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Indeed, Independence Day might be behind us for yet another 361 days, but the patriotic streak is still running strong. This summer, celebrate America with 12 tracks worth of Bruce Springsteen (because is there anything more American than The Boss, after all?) worship as your stalwart companion. Dead Man’s Town: A Tribute to Born
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The Snap: Generally I do not tend to follow the sensational human interest trials. Basically I don’t really care. I remember recently as we were approaching the 20th anniversary of the OJ trial and bronco chase, ...
An Appeal to the Queen of Everything

Some Has to Stop the Demon

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Generally I do not tend to follow the sensational human interest trials. Basically I don’t really care. I remember recently as we were approaching the 20th anniversary of the OJ trial and bronco chase, listening to some radio or TV commentator say “we all remember where we were during the white bronco chase.” [&hellip
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The Snap: Ben Frost is a composer from Australia, currently based in Iceland, and he has been making music since 2001, when he issued his first album, Music for Sad Children. He has been quite productive since then, ...
The sound of Industrial Aurora

‘A U R O R A’ by Ben Frost

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Ben Frost is a composer from Australia, currently based in Iceland, and he has been making music since 2001, when he issued his first album, Music for Sad Children. He has been quite productive since then, releasing 4 more albums. He is interested in all kinds of music, and each of his albums has presented [&hellip
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The Snap: Alejandro Rose-Garcia, a.k.a. Shakey Graves, is a man from Austin, TX who plays a mean suitcase. Actually, it's an old suitcase with a drum build into it and played with two pedals: one for the drum head and the ...
ALEJANDRO ROSE-GARCIA IS TRYING TO MAKE A DOLLAR FROM THE GRAVE.

Listen To: Roll The Bones

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Alejandro Rose-Garcia, a.k.a. Shakey Graves, is a man from Austin, TX who plays a mean suitcase. Actually, it’s an old suitcase with a drum build into it and played with two pedals: one for the drum head and the other for a precariously placed tambourine. The Download: O’ so long ago, music industry [&hellip
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The Snap: The Felice Brothers fifth studio album, Favorite Waitress, has at long last made its debut. Described by NPR as a "ramshackle mix of folk, R&B and Americana storytelling," the collection of songs feels like ...
It's the folk/country/r&b band's fifth album... and first official studio album.

Listen to: The Felice Brothers, ‘Favorite Waitress’

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The Felice Brothers fifth studio album, Favorite Waitress, has at long last made its debut. Described by NPR as a “ramshackle mix of folk, R&B and Americana storytelling,” the collection of songs feels like a plate chock full with different food groups. Unconventional, but a delicious meal nonetheless. Check out the albu
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The Snap:  The leading name behind Caribou -- Daniel Snaith -- has been busy lately, preparing his latest album, titled Our Love -- scheduled to come out later this year and planing the world tour. He will be playing in ...
Caribou Strikes Again

“Can’t Do Without You” by Caribou Review (Yes, it Rhymes)

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  The leading name behind Caribou — Daniel Snaith — has been busy lately, preparing his latest album, titled Our Love — scheduled to come out later this year and planing the world tour. He will be playing in numerous cities of the world, mostly appearing on summer festivals in Spain, Italy, Great Britain, Netherlands,
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