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In 1957 the Ruskies launched Sputnik 1 into the stratosphere and America said "Dammit, why didn't we do that first?" And thus, the space race was on. You can't always be the only kid on the block to get that shiny new toy, and in the Internet world,...

Tuesday, 20 March 2007
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SONIC YOUTH ON TOUR
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ARTIST: Sonic Youth on Tour DATE: 03-24-07 WRITER: Clara Druzgalski PHOTO: Press McGee Besides being a part of this year’s line up for Coachella, Sonic Youth plans to tour on Daydream Nation this summer. July 13th- Chicago, IL- Pitchfork Music Festival (already...

Tuesday, 20 March 2007
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If you're into jumpy, funky, honky Beck-ish jams, then Whitey might be right for you. It's hard to explain, so check out the video below for "Non-Stop" and if you like it, then check out one of the shows. Especially if you're celebrating 4/20 in...

Tuesday, 20 March 2007
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I work in a shopping mall. A shopping mall that has 2 CD stores, and 3 department stores which have CD sections in it. With a new Nine Inch Nails CD coming out soon, I thought I would go and see what CDs or DVDs were in the shops and grab something I didn’t...

Sunday, 18 March 2007
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Platinum hair, call and response vocals and mosaics aren’t always enough to make a classic UK. post-punk revival successful. You have to get a gnarly D.I.Y. haircut first. “Our tour manager’s girlfriend is going to be cutting my hair in the van after...

Sunday, 18 March 2007
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The last time I went to L.A.’s Echo was to see Spankrock, and by “went,” I mean to say I didn’t see a show. After standing in line in what was the coldest weather to hit the area in decades, and standing for what felt like an eternity at an...

Saturday, 17 March 2007
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Last year was a pretty extraordinary year in my life. I was lucky enough to spend time in Europe and had the fortune of seeing the Kandinsky survey exhibit at the Tate Modern in London. Inside, there were a series of bills posted along the museum illuminating the...

Saturday, 17 March 2007
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Finding Guernsey on a map can be mere guesswork, but some 75 miles off the coast of Great Britain in the English Channel, one finds the tiny island that is Britain’s last existing fiefdom. Although things might be changing for the little kingdom in Parliament,...

Friday, 16 March 2007
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The second installment of Lunarcast features Big Business, perhaps the busiest and most productive rock band around. Bassist/singer Jared Warren and arguably one the best drummers alive, Coady Willis, not only thrive as a two-piece, cultivating a style of heavy music...

Friday, 16 March 2007
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Let’s just start this straight off. The Arcade Fire’s latest, Neon Bible, isn’t as good as Funeral. Tear-jerking crescendos are much fewer and farther between. The hair on the back of your neck won’t get quite as much of a workout. But consider...

Tuesday, 13 March 2007
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