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    Is it ethical to release music posthumously?

    “The world hurries on at its breakneck pace People fly by in their lifelong race For them there’s a future to find And I think they’re leaving me behind The chances they come, but the chances have been lost Success can be gained but at too great a cost For some there’s a future to find But I think they’re leaving me ...

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    Album review: Dappled Cities – IIIII

    In their fifth studio album, Dappled Cities offers their most polished work to date. Dripping in reverb and cloaked in subtle grandeur, IIIII quickly rose to the top 25 of the NACC college radio charts. Why the title IIIII? Well, there are five members of the band, this happens to be their fifth album, it’s been five years since their last album, ...

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    Political Undercurrents in 2017 Indie/Alternative

    In 1876, Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky wrote Marche Slave for a concert benefiting soldiers wounded in the war between Turkey and Serbia, which implicitly served as a jab at the Russian Tsar for not doing more to help appease the turmoil in Eastern Europe. In 1937, Marc Blitzstein wrote the score of The Cradle Will Rock in an attempt to shed light on ...

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    Notable pre-release: Pearl Charles – Sleepless Dreamer

    Emerging psychedelic-folk singer-songwriter Pearl Charles gives us a taste of her 2018 release, Sleepless Dreamer, in two recently delivered singles that showcase a much groovier and matured songwriting style in comparison to her first self-titled EP. The titular track is brought forth alongside the funky and melodic “Night Tides,” which are both steps forward in terms of compositional complexity for the young ...

    On December 6, 2017 / By
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    The Front Bottoms at The Complex

    The Front Bottoms has always found a way to capture the often dull and heartbreaking moments of growing up in a way that sounds like blunt poetry. They are the kind of band you grow up listening to and can feel them growing up alongside you. They are the kind of band that, when they make a major change compared their past ...

    On December 1, 2017 / By