Monthly Archives: March 2011

The water’s clear and innocent: Radiohead – The King of Limbs

We’ve been listening to it for over a month, but today is the day that The King of Limbs finally drops at record stores everywhere. As odd as it seems I still don’t know where I stand with it. Radiohead … Continue reading

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And you are the stars I navigate home by… Elbow’s Build a Rocket Boys!

Elbow really reached me with their last album The Seldom Seem Kid. Wait. Elbow really reached me with the song ‘Station Approach’ from their album Leaders of The Free World back in 2005. That song found me in England and … Continue reading

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We’ve been running a sleepless run, We’ve been losing our exits, one by one

This came as quite a surprise today. The National, as recognized over the last two years on this blog as my favourite modern band, released a new single from the soundtrack to the film Win Win. The track is called … Continue reading

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Tell me you love me, only for tonight, even though you don’t love me.

The last few years there has been a trend for artists to release mixtapes. These mixtapes provide the opportunity for bands to release mixes and tracks that just don’t always make it to the album. Sometimes, they are released as … Continue reading

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Fitz & The Tantrums – Dear Mr. President

Shaun just introduced this band to me last week. Fitz & The Tantrums are on the rise, playing some fresh new funk and soul, that still embraces the traditions of the past. If anyone, I mean anyone, wants to form … Continue reading

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I’ve acquired a taste for silence, Darkness fills my heart with comfort

Lately I have been getting confused by the whole definition of Dubstep. Dubstep has obvious similarities to Grime, Drum and Bass, and Uk Garage, but then there are the artist’s that push things in different directions. It seems that there … Continue reading

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The strokes…Angles

I was looking forward to the strokes’ new album Angles. I was even late for school this morning as I read the article in the NY times about the album. The article however was good, the album isn’t worth being … Continue reading

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