<sup>Stream:</sup> City Reign – "Making Plans"

It's been nearly two years since we mentioned City Reign but don't take that to mean that the lads haven't been hard at work. As it stands the band is preparing for the release of...


<sup>Stream:</sup> Local Natives – "Heavy Feet"

buy reading glasses online Just a few more short weeks until the highly anticipated release of Local Natives' sophomore album Hummingbird. The last time that such a huge buzz was put around a sophomore release was...


<sup>Video:</sup> Keaton Henson – "Sweetheart, What Have You Done To Us"

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<sup>Stream/Video:</sup> Sans Parade – "This Last Song Is A Love Song"

Sans Parade is a three-piece chamber-pop group from Fin0land that record songs that are so full that you'd expect there to be a dozen or more musicians involved in it's creation. The band's first...


&amp;lt;sup&amp;gt;mp3:&amp;lt;/sup&amp;gt; DeVotchKa – &amp;quot;Along The Way&amp;quot; (Live)

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Stream: Regina Spektor – “Small Town Moon”

When we first heard “All Th Rowboats” I had very high hopes that Regina Spektor had advanced her song writing from tracks about people losing their Blockbuster card and starting thinking more along the lines of lyrics that would leave a lasting impression and the listener. Then came “Don’t Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas)” which showed that Spektor hadn’t completely done away with her playful side. Now we hear “Small Town Moon”, a short track that takes all of Spektor’s ranges and smashes them into a 3:00 song. Opening with a simple and delicate piano ode which then progresses to a more unstable and out of place bridge at the halfway point and then back again to the delicate piano. I can’t say that I know what to make of this track quite yet.

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