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Seu Jorge : 'Tive Razao'

You don’t have to speak Portuguese to know that this is a beautiful song. I’ve always loved this man’s voice right from the time I heard it blaring out of my housemate’s bedroom in NY (thank you Kris Graves), to when I first saw Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (which probably explains the appearances of Willem Dafoe and Bill Murray in this music video). 6 more words

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Paul Simon : 'You Can Call Me Al' (Original + Flight Facilities remix)

I was unable to post yesterday as I went for an Alt-J concert. It was one of the most annoying experiences I have had in terms of concerts, but that was largely due to the event organizers. 113 more words

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Simon & Garfunkel : 'The Boxer'

THIS WEEK’S 2 GUEST POSTS BY DAHLIA FERNANDES:

“I am a singer-songwriter based out of Toronto and I would describe my music as jazz pop. My musical influences include Patsy Cline, Amy Winehouse, Joss Stone, Adele and Feist. 95 more words

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Feist : 'Let It Die'

THIS WEEK’S 2 GUEST POSTS BY DAHLIA FERNANDES:

“I am a singer-songwriter based out of Toronto and I would describe my music as jazz pop. My musical influences include Patsy Cline, Amy Winehouse, Joss Stone, Adele and Feist. 140 more words

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Third Eye Blind : 'Mine' (Beyonce cover)

So, Third Eye Blind just released a cover of a Beyonce song, and well, it sounds very Third Eye Blind. In fact it sounds like Beyonce covered them instead, because it’s exactly like something they would have released back in the 90’s, especially on their second album,  43 more words

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Beatsteaks : 'I Don't Care as Long as You Sing'

I know that I’ve been posting a lot of music by Beatsteaks lately, but they really do have that many great tracks. And what’s not to love about this one with the off-key yet infectious melodies, to the continuous shrill guitar strumming, to the switch between rhythms including something that almost resembles ska.  55 more words

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My Morning Jacket : 'Traces (Erase Traces)'

Another favourite of mine from the new My Morning Jacket album and mostly because of that monster of a guitar lead from 3:45 onwards. Do yourself a favour at the end of today :  throw on some headphones, put this track on repeat, and forget about everything else as Monday slowly melts away.

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