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A penny saved

A penny saved

| March 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

An undersold aspect of electronic music for aspiring musicians is the thrifty nature with which one can travel, especially versus a dozen sarcophagi. This, and other thoughts, as Korallreven, A Storm Of Light, Yellow Ostrich, Here Come The Mummies, and Lee DeWyze come to town.

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Studiophile: March 2012

Studiophile: March 2012

| February 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

Million Yen engineer/producer Jeff Dean has formed a hardcore “supergroup” with the legendary Vic Bondi (Articles Of Faith), Derek Grant (Alkaline Trio), and Joe Principe (Rise Against). The band is going by the name Dead Ending, and seminal label Alternative Tentacles

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File: November 2011

File: November 2011

| November 1, 2011 | 0 Comments

To The 13 Björoughs Most Americans know Björk as that girl who showed up to the Oscars in a swan dress. Rebranding was in order and, several years down the line, the former Sugarcube’s ninth outing, Biophilia, has been billed as the world’s first “app” album.

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Interview: Lee DeWyze

Interview: Lee DeWyze

| December 1, 2010 | 2 Comments

Roughing It Long before he won “American Idol,” Lee DeWyze was slugging it out in Chicago with an eponymous band, having released a pair of albums on WuLi Records, drawing some WXRT airplay, and getting cameos on a sports show called “The Chicago Huddle.” Though that path could’ve maybe/possibly/eventually led the 24-year-old singer/songwriter/guitarist to major-label […]

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Studiophile: December 2010

Studiophile: December 2010

| December 1, 2010 | 0 Comments

A Family Staple You can’t help but hearing it nearly every few hours on WXRT. Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer and soul and gospel legend Mavis Staples recorded her recent album, You Are Not Alone (Anti) at the WILCO LOFT in Chicago.

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