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Plaster

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Black Suit Devil

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Chad VanGaalen

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Potengowski Anna Friederike

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Hugo Wolf Quartet

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Heat

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Parallels

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Monica Chapman

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Alexis Baro & Pueblo Nuevo Jazz Project

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Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings

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Che Chapter 127

Profit Prophet

After a cursory peruse through Che Chapter 127's politics, boy, do I now feel like shit for working at a pharmaceutical company. Actually, that's a lie. I know about all the supposed "evils" my employer... read more...
By David Perri
Jul 17, 2002

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Clann Zu

Rua

For me, gothic music has always left a little to be desired. Sure, Nick Cave has the most potent baritone in popular music, but CaveÂ’s backing music ostensibly fails to really register and as a... read more...
By Bill Adams
Mar 13, 2004

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Clann Zu

Rua

When listening to Rua I envision the silhouettes of a man and woman, slow dancing to the end of the world. Their darkened shadows spin and twirl as the sky crashes down behind them in... read more...
By L Pounds
Nov 30, 2003

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Greg MacPherson

Maintenance

I have often heard many people refer to this Winnipeg singer-songwriterÂ’s music as leftie-folk, and that may very well be the case, but beyond all that ga-ga-ga the solo performances on the MAINTENANCE EP are... read more...
By L Pounds
Jun 17, 2004

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