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Blind Man’s Colour – Wooden Blankets Album Review

Florida-based Blind Man’s Colour is a relatively new band that already has a relatively large following. These internets! They do wonders. In a few short months, they received rave reviews and were even complimented by the Kanye himself. Wooden Blankets is the follow-up EP to their successful indie venture, Season Dreaming. Very of the moment,...Read...
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Surfer Blood – Astro Coast Album Review

Surfer Blood are a weird anomaly: they hail from West Palm Beach, FL, home of Jewish grandparents and all things octogenarian, yet they make refreshingly current indie-rock. The first single from Astro Coast, “Swim,” has been all over the internet, with critics and bloggers gushing — and deservedly so. It is such a fun, catchy...Read...
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Oceana – Birtheater Album Review

For all intents and purposes, I should like Oceana. For their new record, Birtheater, they’ve come through with a much more polished and well-crafted collection of songs. It’s definitely something that deserves play on modern rock radio. That being said, the lack of any of the raw energy from their live performance or previous recordings...Read...
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Ken Garduno Illustrates For A Twilight Zone World.

Currently showing the above piece, Vacation, at the Bold Hype in Orlando, Florida, Ken Garduno is an artist who caught my attention with his great line art and unique illustration style. His characters are contorted, full of whimsy, and scarcely adhering to the rules of the physical world as we know it, creating starkly memorable...Read...
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Dave Barnes‘ Eatin Right!

Evidently Dave Barnes is a somewhat famous soul musician, but that’s not the Dave Barnes we’re talking about here. The Dave Barnes we’re talking about is a Canadian artist and illustrator who combines gritty materials and dated colors with polished illustrations to form what he calls “oldification.” His pieces are nostalgic yet humorous and modern...Read...
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