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    10 albums coming out in March worth looking into

    ... or so says Paste magazine:

    http://www.pastemagazine.com/blogs/l...cking-out.html

    There are about 3 or 4 listed there that sound rather intriguing to me.
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    <-------- Really looking forward to this guy's album.
    And the world will turn to flowing pink vapor stew.

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    I'll be picking up Frightened Rabbit for sure. Can't wait for that one actually!

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    I used to buy Paste mag all the time, then subscribed. It took me years, YEARS to realize they never wrote (or included songs on the CD) about bands that I actually liked.

    Paste has sucky taste. I'll stick to my Spin and Hammer mags.

    You want to read a really good mag w/ a free CD? Try Mojo.

    Edit: Altho this review got me. Maybe it's the beer reference.

    The Whigs – In the Dark [ATO – March 16]
    Review (7.7/10) excerpt from Paste‘s March issue: "The band’s sound has become deeper, richer, more complex: suddenly they’re serving up a pint of porter after a few rounds of Pabst." Jeff Leven

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte

    Edit: Altho this review got me. Maybe it's the beer reference.

    The Whigs – In the Dark [ATO – March 16]
    Review (7.7/10) excerpt from Paste‘s March issue: "The band’s sound has become deeper, richer, more complex: suddenly they’re serving up a pint of porter after a few rounds of Pabst." Jeff Leven
    Two free mp3 downloads here.
    And the world will turn to flowing pink vapor stew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stone
    Two free mp3 downloads here.
    Cool, thanks.

    You got a DL for that pint of porter?

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    I wish. As soon as I figure it out, I'll let you know.
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    Here's another vote for Mojo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte
    I used to buy Paste mag all the time, then subscribed. It took me years, YEARS to realize they never wrote (or included songs on the CD) about bands that I actually liked.

    Paste has sucky taste. I'll stick to my Spin and Hammer mags.

    You want to read a really good mag w/ a free CD? Try Mojo.

    Edit: Altho this review got me. Maybe it's the beer reference.

    The Whigs – In the Dark [ATO – March 16]
    Review (7.7/10) excerpt from Paste‘s March issue: "The band’s sound has become deeper, richer, more complex: suddenly they’re serving up a pint of porter after a few rounds of Pabst." Jeff Leven
    Paste does have some stuff I like, but too much bland singer/songwriter crap, and they seem to like everybody. I recall Joseph Arthur busting on them for being so soft on him and others. It was kind of humorous, but spot on.
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    Miles is doing a solo cd? Cool!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr MidFi
    ... or so says Paste magazine:

    http://www.pastemagazine.com/blogs/l...cking-out.html

    There are about 3 or 4 listed there that sound rather intriguing to me.
    No, not that Miles. He's dead you know. I'm talking about Miles Kurosky, former front man of Beulah. I'll be buying that one fur shur.
    I call my bathroom Jim instead of John so I can tell people that I go to the Jim first thing every morning.

    If you say the word 'gullible' very slowly it sounds just like oranges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte
    I used to buy Paste mag all the time, then subscribed. It took me years, YEARS to realize they never wrote (or included songs on the CD) about bands that I actually liked.
    Years? Really? Dang, you gave them a whole lot of benefit o' the doubt. I don't subscribe to them or any other music rag at present, but I stumbled on this online article somewhere and thought it might be notable.

    I put a Whigs song in the leadoff spot of my YEC a couple years back. "Right Hand On My Heart", I think it was. Rockin' tune, fur sure.
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