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Plajia – listen up. Music Video

Canadian band Plajia have a video for their song “Kyaan Done,” directed by Adam Owens. It’s only a couple weeks old, and features the wonderful voice of Patrick Pleau, whose record we reviewed here. Reggae-influenced tracks might be a bit passé, but I’m liking this one. Ω
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Field Music – Measure Album Review

After a few years’ hiatus, Sunderland’s Field Music are back with an album — and a double one, at that. This was not the typical hiatus, as the two founding members of the band released solo records during that period, with David Brewis recording as School Of Language and Peter Brewis as The Week That...Read...
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Boy Genius – Staggering Album Review

Boy Genius hail from the musical hotbed of Brooklyn, NY, yet have none of the stylings one would expect from a such a stereotypically hip community. A sort of off-kilter country-tinged pop blend in the vein of Wilco and The New Pornographers, Boy Genius fail to draw much interest in continued listening. Very well-produced and...Read...
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Portugal. The Man – “Do You” Music Video

I put Portugal. the Man’s new album as one of my outside favorites. The Satanic Satanist is a brilliant soul-influenced album that really shows the Portland band is coming into its own. This is the absolutely bizarre video for the track “Do You” which really showcases the band’s love for bright colors and the such.
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Foreign Born – “Early Warnings” Music Video

New video for Foreign Born’s “Early Warnings.” In its ’80s-esque summery treatment, random plants, flowers, and animals are identified almost scientifically, but I don’t think any of them actually exist in our current world (or at least that’s what a thorough Google search of terms like “Pesacov’s Umber” told me). And although my childhood wasn’t...Read...
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Thrice – Beggars Album Review

I find that Thrice is one of the few bands that people from across all walks of life can generally agree on. Though the band began their recorded career as a mishmash of tech metal leads and screamo-esque leanings, they have explored the larger spectrum of creativity, oftentimes citing Radiohead as a major influence for...Read...
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BOAT – Setting The Paces Album Review

With Setting The Paces, BOAT has written an album that slots into my demographic with an almost startling precision. Did you spend your mid-to-late-twenties in the Pacific Northwest? How about a wannabe Northwest town like Madison, Wisconsin? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, then Setting the Paces will surprise you with its...Read...
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