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The Right To Reunite?

I used to feel allergic to reunions. For each band I’d seen in its prime, I had an image in my mind and thought it worth protecting. Worse yet, I...
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The iJamming! Weekly Download: Explosions In The Sky

There’s something almost infuriatingly laid back about the Texas indie scene. In this biggest and arguably most contradictory of American States, groups make albums, barely advertise them, and tour them,...
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The Unexpected Three-Day Weekend Top 10

1) The Jumpbeats at the High Falls Café: Ska-Zydeco party music from a band tht has the credentials: ex-Toasters, Shane McGowan’s Popes and sundry other NYC exiles. Particularly loved the...
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Featured Album: RoadKillOvercoat by Busdriver

BUSDRIVER: ROADKILLOVERCOAT (Anti-/Epitaph) WHO: Second-generation LA hip-hopper Regan Farquhar – his father wrote the movie Krush Groove – delivers a contemporary masterpiece. WHAT: RoadKillOvercoat – Busdriver’s fifth album, his first...
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DVD Review: All The Old Dolls

New York Doll/All Dolled Up: A New York Dolls Story A pair of last minute substitutions were found for my missing MC5 documentary Wednesday night, when a group of us...
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Free The MC5 Documentary…

It’s our monthly Rock Doc night up here in the woods, and I’d promised my friends something they can’t find on the shelves… MC5: A True Testimonial was briefly shown...
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The iJamming! Weekly Download: ‘Layering Buddha’

One thing I’ve always loved about electronic music is that so much of it abandons the traditional “pop” format of verses and choruses and instead focuses on the themes, motifs...
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The iJamming! Weekly Download: Okkervil River

You know how occasionally you are so struck by a new song you have to hear it over and over again? And you know how even more occasionally it transpires...
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