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More Music, More Music: Leap Day Special

Making up for losing Internet Access earlier in the week. Scroll down for more short posts from this Leap Day Special… My good friend Geoffrey (congratulations, Geoffrey!) scribbled off a...
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The iJamming! Weekly Download: The Mobius Band

Is it too late to send a Valentine’s? The Mobius Band are the latest indie act to give away an EP’s worth of cover versions online, and even if you’ve...
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Luna: Yes, we do

This past week, Posie and I watched Tell Me Do You Miss Me, a documentary DVD of Luna’s last global tour. The premise seems relatively exciting: documentary of never-quite-it-made-it-big-enough indie...
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Phamous Phoenicia, #1

Came across this last night while speed-reading Making Tracks: The Rise of Blondie. Debbie Harry says, and I quote… “…I packed everything and moved upstate to live outside Woodstock in...
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Shows We Wish We Had Seen, #874

July 1973, in case you were wondering… I’m not precisely sure who was in Bruce’s band at this point, but Peter Tosh was still playing alongside Bob Marley in the...
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How Soon Is Now? Some Music for the Weekend

Last night we renewed our neighborhood Rock Doc night; it was my turn to host and I took advantage of the old PAL-format videos that made it over to America...
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Friday Fun

A paragraph should be spared for Hugh Cornwell, formerly of the Stranglers, whose opening set for From The Jam last Saturday in New York was simultaneously upbeat and laid back....
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Here Comes That Day: Siouxsie Goes Solo

Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler, from The Jam, weren’t the only members of Britain’s Class of ’77 playing New York City last Saturday night. Less than half a mile away,...
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