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The Knife Are (FINALLY) Back

Posted April 5, 2013 by Chris

Back in 2009 or so, I was craving me another album from The Knife. It had been three years since they suddenly blew my mind and then disappeared almost as suddenly. I wanted a new one so bad, I decided to make my own in hopes of it maybe coming true one day. So, in […]

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New Radiohead album out this year?!?

Posted April 1, 2013 by Chris

Despite just releasing AMOK to the delight of fans everywhere, it looks like Thom and Co. are back in the studio much sooner than anyone anticipated! The idea of getting this much goodness in one year is starting to be way too much for my little soul to handle. Check out the interview snippet below…. […]

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Bibio – À tout à l’heure

Posted March 29, 2013 by Chris

If you haven’t heard Bibio, now’s a good time to join the party. Bibio is the alias of singer/songwriter/DJ/producer extraordinaire Stephen Wilkinson. It’s a brilliantly wide range of melodic acoustic guitar noodling and experimental electro-pop that always has a light breeze about it. Imagine what Nick Drake might sound like with a healthy dose of […]

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Phosphorescent – Song For Zula

Posted March 24, 2013 by Kevin

Alabama-born Matthew Houck has been laying low since the release of his last album, Here’s To Taking It Easy, back in 2010.  After 3 years, you’d think he’d come back onto the scene with dramatics. . . instead he chose a more subtle approach.  The album’s first single,  ‘Song For Zula’,  announces his return with a quite […]

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Sigur Rós – Kveikur

Posted March 23, 2013 by Kevin

Over here at The Radio Cure, everyone’s head has been spinning since the announcement of Sigur Ros’ upcoming album Kveikur.  This coming off the heels of the soaring and  beautiful, albeit a bit boring, Valtari just a few months ago. The reasons for the collective reeling are varied and complex but let me try to ‘splain: […]

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