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Papercut’s New Album Will Be Out In March with SubPop

The fabulous dream-pop-phil-spector-beta-band kind of mashup band, Papercuts, will issue their new, fourth album Fading Parade on Sub Pop. The album, due to be released in March 1, 2011, was produced by the legendary producer Thom Monahan. The first song … Continue reading

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Solex Is A Genius, And I Shall Explain Why

If you’re reading this blog long enough, you probably understood my musical taste by now. Dark jazz, gloomy experimentalism, quiet music, soundtracks, singer/songwriters, contemporary indies with a link to psychedelic rock of all sort, English folk, psychedelic rock, vintage, weird … Continue reading

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Quiet Lights, More Then A Plain Dream-Pop

Quiet Lights are a new band from Brooklyn, aka the new psych capitol of the last two years. They declare that the term ‘dream-pop’ doesn’t do them justice at all, and I agree with that. These guys are working on … Continue reading

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