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Jam Packed Monday feat. Tropic of Cancer, Pelican, Future of the Left, Odonis Odonis, Dead Gaze, Grails, and Darkside

Sweater weather calls for sweater songs and Tropic of Cancer's "Court of Devotion" is my kind of sweater song. The pairing of Camella Lobo's ...
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The Rockometer: The Plot Against Common Sense by Future of the Left

Future of the Left The Plot Against Common Sense Xtra Mile Recordings Ian Cohen's Pitchfork review of The Plot of Common Sense was rightfully ...
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Moving Pictures: “Sheena Is a T-Shirt Salesman” by Future of the Left

Andrew Falkous of Future of the Left and formerly of McLusky, has never been one to beat around the bush. When he calls you out, there's no ...
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From the IRCWHQ Newsdesk: Broken Social Scene Releases New Single, The Tripwire Profiles Future of the Left, Brite Winter Festival Set for Feb 27th, and More

* First, there was Broken Social Scene Presents Kevin Drew. Then came Broken Social Scene Presents Brendan Canning.  Next, of course, came the ...
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The Rockometer Vs The Review Stack Vol III feat. Oneida, Wilco, Dinosaur, Jr, and More, Much More

Who knew I had so many records in the virtual review stack. And who knew I had so many words in me. I think we can finally call an end to my ...
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The Rockometer Vs The Review Stack Vol III

MobyWait for MeMuteMoby's Wait for Me relives the more elegiac and pastoral moments of both his breakthrough record, Play, and its follow-up 18. ...
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“Arming Eritrea” by Future of the Left

Subtlety isn't a word normally associated with an Andrew Falkous led band. First with McLusky and now with his current band, Future of the Left, ...
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Moving Pictures: "The Hope That House Built" by Future of the Left

If you ever wondered where Andrew Falkous of Future of the Left and Mclusky found those sad souls he so regularly skewers in song, wonder no more. ...
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