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The Flower Jax (Live In-Studio)

Fitz & the Tantrums (Interview)

A Cool Hand (Live In-Studio)

The Fights (Live In-Studio)

Fauve (Live In Studio)

Morgan Orion (Live in Studio)

Remember Whensday – The Clothing Mistake Seen ‘Round The World

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The first week of February is often associated with many things, including but not limited to: the beginning of the worst month of the year, the occasional winter olympics and, of course, the Super Bowl. Though none of these explicitly involve music, there is a rather recent aspect of the latter which will go down […]

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Mount Eerie – Sauna (Review)

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Whether making music as The Microphones or Mount Eerie, Phil Elverum has remained very consistent in two aspects: poetry that confronts the biggest questions of the human condition wrapped in an aesthetic that sounds like nature in musical form. The amount of mileage he has gotten out of these ideas is staggering, though the inventiveness […]

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Discs From the Desk – Mary J. Blige – The London Sessions

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It’s always a pleasure listening to Mary J. Blige’s voice, so I was more than eager to listen to her latest album, The London Sessions. Throughout all of her work, Mary J.’s voice is always the focal point, and that is more than true in this album. Her voice is versatile enough to work with […]

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Monday Mixer

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In music’s worst draughts, there sometimes seems like no hope for “spicing things up.” Instead, I find myself needing to throw things all the way back. These are songs that I feel like I’ve listened to over and over again, but still haven’t gotten sick of. Hopefully you won’t be sick of them either. 1. […]

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The Dodos – Individ (Review)

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In a way, Individ sounds exactly how you would expect a Dodos record to; it features Logan Kroeber’s relentlessly intricate drum patterns, Meric Long’s violent assault on his guitar strings, and reverb heavy vocals that float lazily above the instrumental chaos. After six studio albums, it’s safe to say that The Dodos have figured out […]

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100th Monday Mixer

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Monday Mixers began three years ago as a way for the WPGU writers to blog about their favorite music or to write about whatever they were listening to at the time. Since then we’ve brought you great music (almost) every Monday. Originally, Mixers consisted of a group of mp3s to be downloaded from the site, […]

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