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Rachel Goodrich – “Light Bulb” Music Video

This video is 9 months old, but I’m just seeing its gun-toting, beanie-wearing, low-riding, ass-shaking, gang sign-throwing, money-flaunting glory. This is one hell of an amazing video, where unlikely individuals point Glocks and jiggle their rumps at the camera while lipsyncing to singer-songwriter Rachel Goodrich’s sunshiney jam. Marvelous, marvelous, marvelous! Video directed by Lucas Leyva...Read...
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Jonathan Boulet – “A Community Service Announcement” Music Video

Australian Jonathan Boulet has this cheerful little song entitled “A Community Service Announcement.” The video is generally celebratory, with men flailing wildly in and enjoying nature. They’re all faceless, though, with glitched out bits of color for skin and props. Perhaps that’s the portion that actually makes this video interesting at all, but it does...Read...
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CMJ Music Marathon 2010: John Vanderslice, Marnie Stern, Harper Blynn, The Drums, Francis And The Lights, Wild Nothing

The word “marathon,” when applied to CMJ is quite literal; it involves a lot of running around from place to place, trying to catch every single bit of amazing music that you can soak up. Here’s some of my favorites from what I was able to catch. Harper Blynn (Tuesday, 10/19, Mercury Lounge) This was...Read...
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Young Man – Boy Album Review

With Young Man’s latest EP, Boy, it seems that singer-songwriter Colin Caulfield is very much entrenched in a past long gone. Boy‘s seven tracks are centered almost exclusively around themes of childhood and growing up, bearing song titles like “Bedtime” and “Home Alone,” and featuring autobiographical lyrics to match.   Listen to “Five” – DOWNLOAD...Read...
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Marnie Stern – Self-Titled Album Review

Marnie Stern’s sonic attack strategy has always been of the scorched earth variety, firing all salvos in a constant barrage of squealing guitars and yelping incantations, until the listener’s mind is thoroughly melted. While the latest album still carries its fair share of her patented machine gun shred, Marnie Stern is much more nuanced in...Read...
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Kyle Andrews – KANGAROO Album Review

Tennessee-based singer-songwriter Kyle Andrews is releasing his 18-minute EP (with one remix track) just in the nick of time. KANGAROO comes out the tail end of August, and it is a summery blockbuster of an album — a caffeine-riddled energetic blast full of feel-good pop songwriting. The synthpop songs are short, sweet, and guaranteed to...Read...
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