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The Grammys' Failure To Recognize 2018's Greatest Rock Records

Read "The Grammys' Failure To Recognize 2018's Greatest Rock Records" reviewed by John Bricker


If an average music fan was asked to judge the quality of rock music in 2018 based only on the Grammys, they would conclude that rock must not be producing quality records although nothing could be further from the truth. On February 10, 2019, the Grammys awarded From The Fires the coveted title of best rock ...

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Another Round Please

Label: Rough Trade Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: C Sharp; Egypt; Prisoner No.251; The Murf; Blues In Space; Adagio For Tiesto; Hands Up; End of the World

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Rendezvous: Another Round Please

Read "Another Round Please" reviewed by Jeff Winbush


All instrumental music is not jazz and some might argue electronica isn't music at all as much as it is the ultimate triumph of machine over man. To be certain, much of electronica, trance, house and trip-hop is little more than synthesized beeps, bleeps and burps over a drum track as it whizzes by your ears ...

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Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light

Label: Rough Trade Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Recording a Tunnel (The Horns Play Underneath the Canal); Les Lumieres Pt. 1; Les Lumieres Pt. 2; Throw It on a Fire; Recording a Tunnel (The Horns Play Underneath the Canal); The Upwards March; The Bells Play the Band; Recording a Tape...(Typewriter Duet); Nuevo; Salvatore Amato; Recording a Tunnel (The Invisible Bells).

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Bell Orchestre: Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light

Read "Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light" reviewed by John Kelman


When the Montreal-based Bell Orchestre recently performed at Montreal's Plaza Theatre, it not only brought together unlikely instrumental bedfellows, but also made cerebral music that was equally appealing on an instinctive level--sometimes in the strangest of ways. Playing material from their debut record, Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light, these musicians also tapped a ...


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