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Noise 101: CD Reviews for Oct.20

Lady Antebellum Own The Night Capitol Records Two summers ago my car stereo was dedicated to Lady Antebellum. So when Lady A’s new album Own The Night was released in September 2011, I was...

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Noise 101: CD Reviews for Oct. 6

  Raleigh New Times in Black and White Independent Local Calgary band Raleigh released their full-length debut album New Times in Black and White this past spring. The trio have all been (or currently...

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Synapse can’t make real connection

Live show is energetic, but there’s room to grow   by Vanessa Gillard Arts Editor   To get the feeling of a live show from a review it is sometimes helpful to have the...

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Queens are kings at the Jubilee

By Vinciane de Pape All too often, Calgary music fans are given the great disservice of experiencing a band’s half-hearted, lackluster performance. Unfortunately, sitting between the east and west coasts means that we’re usually...

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Wild Nothing take you to church

By Therese Schultz One would not generally equate a church atmosphere with words like dreamy or hazy, but with Wild Nothing in the house at Central United on Wednesday for the opening day of...

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Fleet Foxes new album organic and romantic

Released: May 3, 2011. Sub Pop Records  The Fleet Foxes’ newest album Helplessness Blues seems appropriately named, as the group have made their lyrical endeavours more intimately personal, and their music more haunting. Robin...

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An appreciation of The White Stripes

By Sean-Paul Boynton Nearly four years ago, The White Stripes played their very first concert in Calgary, and it was more than worth the pain of being continually passed over during the previous seven-or-so...

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Braids gets tangled in their tunes

by Claire Miglionico The Reflector Braids has come a long way since its earlier days as The Neighbourhood Council – the original band the members formed in their last year of high school. In...