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The Cave Sounds Of We Are Ghosts

Whenever I’m recording in the studio, I play the best I can and leave the track as it is. I know it sounds obvious, but what I’m trying to say is that I only play two-three takes max, and leave … Continue reading

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The Roots and Crowns of Tim Rutili

I can go on and on about my love for Califone. This band, led by Tim Rutili, is doing exactly what I like in music so much – fusion of styles. They are based in blues, but they can make … Continue reading

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They Don’t Need No Education, They Got Insights.

Sunrise, The fifth album by TX veterans My Education, is an interesting album. Originally,Sunrise, started as the soundtrack of the 1927 silent film SunriseĀ  : A Song For Two Humans, but moved on to be a psychedelic, post-rock journey of … Continue reading

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