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[live review] Camp Bisco was barely real life


This isn't real life.While this rather tired adage can be used to describe many a pleasantry, it can probably be best applied to music festivals:...
By Michael C. Walsh  |  July 15, 2011

I'm going to Camp Bisco and I'm going to live tweet about it


Normally this would be deserving of a "SSIA" but my God, look at this video. Yes, that video above which makes it seem like I'm...
By Michael C. Walsh  |  July 06, 2011
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The brothers of Tweak Bird jazz up metal

Don't be deceived by Tweak Bird's skinny discography.
Grinding it out
By REYAN ALI  |  August 20, 2010
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Nervous energy

“If I actually stopped to think about what’s going on, I’d probably shit myself,” says James Rushent, singer/bassist for UK electro-rock quartet Does It Offend You, Yeah?
The unlikely rise of Does It Offend You, Yeah?
By MICHAEL ALAN GOLDBERG  |  August 26, 2008
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For the birds

Buckminster Fuller was an odd duck, one who routinely tackled concepts foreign to him.
Artful lodger comes to MIT
By IAN SANDS  |  April 23, 2008
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On the racks: July 18, 2006

Plus MSTRKRFT and Lily Allen
Golden Smog, Helmet, Billy Ray Cyrus
By MATT ASHARE  |  July 20, 2006


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MSTRKRFT

Most dance punk is just a shower and a missing guitar away from straight dance music, so it’s not such a surprise that aggro-electronicist Jesse F. Keeler of Death from Above 1979 and his group’s producer, Al-P, would go house.
The Looks | Last Gang
By MATTHEW GASTEIER  |  July 18, 2006

Portland scene report, June 2, 2006

Now-Is-Now and Dead Season poised for upcoming releases; F2 Beat Alliance debut Sanford Funk Summit ; Jason Hjort boosts the city's electronic music scene
Sibilance
By PORTLAND PHOENIX MUSIC STAFF  |  May 31, 2006
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Remix revolutions

For decades now, remixes have been a tool to get pop songs into dance clubs.
Reworking Beck, Bloc Party, and more
By DAVID DAY  |  February 02, 2006