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Politics of plenty: Kent State and David Ladon reviewed

David Ladon – So Inert (or Reflections on a Perpetual Campaign Cycle) It’s funny how many political songs have been written during the recent U.S. elections cycle in praise, or sharp criticism of one candidate or another. I find it very hard to believe in…
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Make your own pop: Phaeic & Heather Porcaro reviewed

Heather Porcaro – I Wanna Know Let’s face it indie has become a marketing buzzword for modern & youthful rock. The original indie bands had labels interested in their products and, usually, their playing was well… let’s just call it charmingly…
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Seriously, unserious: Douglas and Slow Pineapple reviewed

Slow Pineapple – Our Ode to Al Pacino Old hipsters were much cooler than modern hipsters and looked like they put much less work into their act. Take the great Fun Lovin’ Criminals, for example. I don’t see them wax poetically about their beard oil and…
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Studio Hermits: Fritz Michel and Hallan reviewed

Fritz Michel – Darker Now Some folks make music that will open up the doors to the world to them. These are the people that dream of touring, meeting people, sleeping on their floors, living the adventure of their lifetimes. Other people like spending a lot of time…