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Review: Gold Fields

Review: Gold Fields
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I want to enjoy this Aussie dance-rock, but something about it reminds me a little too much of being 15 and angst-ily blasting Panic! At The Disco. My teenage insecurities aside, the fast rock chords combined with perky electro-beats and male pop vocals that are the basis of Gold Fields are pretty decent—if not boy-band quality.  … read more

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Local Review: m.duby – Bird In The Cage

Local Review: m.duby – Bird In The Cage
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m.duby is back at it on the local hip-hop scene, Bird In The Cage being his second release. It takes a more relaxed, adult direction than his first, Tha Come UP, with less emphasis on parties and heartbreak and more on becoming a better person and pushing forward. … read more

Review: Swagatha Christie

Review: Swagatha Christie
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Swagatha is a 20-something blonde who has “swag” tattooed on her knuckles and writes about her white-girl antics. Miss Christie set out on her The Creep Van Tour 2012 last summer, with a stoner/skateboard crew who handed out “Free Sex” stickers at shows. … read more

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Review: Beth Thornley – Septagon

Review: Beth Thornley – Septagon
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It’ll sucker- punch you in the heart when you least expect it, and that’s powerful. Thornley writes clean songs, simple and to the point with pop-ballad lyrics. The four tracks that make up Septagon may be made-for-TV, but they’re still bona fide. … read more