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Track of the Week – Week Forty-Nine

I firmly believe that Joe Man Hater are the best band ever to come out of Matlock. Continue reading

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Track of the Week – Week Thirty-Five: Oh Canada, pt.3

There aren’t many albums that I would consider calling perfect. From the top of my head I’d probably say Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, Queens of the Stone Age’s Songs for the Deaf and You Forgot it in People by Broken Social Scene make the cut as albums I’d consider to be, be that in terms of a time in my life, a certain meaning or memory that I can revisit and also for the innovation displayed on each of these records that makes them, for me, perfect and infinitely listenable all the way through. Continue reading

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Track of the Week – Week Nineteen

Very recently I read Kim Gordon’s pretty average autobiography Girl in a Band. I say average because her (completely justified) bitterness over her split from Thurston Moore a few years ago completely dominates the book, removing a lot of what could have been said about Gordon’s time in one of the greatest and most influential bands of all time. Continue reading

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Track of the Week – Week Eighteen

Yesterday marked the tenth anniversary of the release of Fall Out Boy’s From Under the Cork Tree, an album that changed the lives of many people in my generation, an album that dominated MySpace profiles and MSN Messenger screen names until both faded into obscurity some time around 2007.’Dance, Dance’ is the second single taken from the album and should need no introduction other than that little fact. Continue reading

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Track of the Week – Week Two

‘Screaming Infidelities’ by Dashboard Confessional From the albums Swiss Army Romance (2000) and The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most (2001)  Having recently read Nothing Feels Good: Punk Rock, Teenagers, and Emo by Andy Greenwald I have been on something … Continue reading

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