The Inevitable Jazz Phase We All Must Face

I’ve mentioned before that modern music use to divide the generations. Up until recently parent and kid culture would clash over…

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Why EPs? Why home recording?

We’ve already pronounced the album to be dead, and that filler songs are pointless in this age. It should come as…

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The Cost of our Music

The Cost of Our Music

With the release of our 2nd EP we’ve decided to take a bit of an odd ball pricing strategy. Our last EP…

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Bands that I Wish Would Breakup

I always admired bands that end clean, bands that don’t stretch their stay in the limelight. When they run out of…

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Best Music of 2013

Holy crap, the last time this blog was updated was for the ‘best music of 2012’! I don’t even really have…

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Snap Judgements:
End of the Summer

Summer is over, technically. It gave us some new EPs and LPs from a couple of our favorite bands. Here’s 3…

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Deluxe Editions are Killing Albums

We’ve already spoken at length about the future of formats and the decline of the album, today we’d like to discuss…

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In Defense of Joey Briggs’s Right to Believe in Anything

Earlier we talked about how the press was treating Thrice singer Dustin Kensrue unfairly. Today we will be looking at the…

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The Rolling Stones: Christians or Communists?

For me, Beggars Banquet is the greatest Rolling Stones album there is. A lot of record nerds will say that Exile…

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Thoughts on the Thrice Breakup

There’s been a lot of speculation about Thrice’s breakup in the message boards and news lately, specifically focusing on singer/writer Dustin…

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