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Thanks for the music

I am thankful that so far, Kenny G has limited himself to Christmas albums … smooth jazz turkey? — Matt Fender I am thankful for “The Boys are Back in Town” by Thin Lizzy. Call it cliché, call it cheesy, call...
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The Four

I’m a twelve-year-old girl at heart, what can I say. At least Brian McGovern is out of town this week, and might not see these albums and berate me forever… Coheed and Cambria’s No World For Tomorrow I’ve be...
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Killer Instrumentals!

Russian Circles’ Enter — This post-rock/progressive-metal three-piece from Chicago packed a heavy sound into their debut album, and despite having only six tracks, the album still clocks in at over 40 minutes. ...
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We Are Family

It’s strange to think that at one point in history, specifically 1979, that “We Are Family” by Sister Sledge was a new dance song. People had never heard about the singers having “all my sisters with me.” It wa...
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CU Hip Hop

Like any genre of music, the arc of hip-hop’s history can be traced with predictability: beginning with the underground efforts of a few good men and eventually shifting into the mainstream spotlight before ine...