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Spare Parts: 7 Songs With Parts Of Cars In The Title

Since the invention of the automobile, musicians have been obsessed with cars (see: any song before 1975). But whether it’s a ’59 Chevy or a Little Deuce Coupe, the song is often about the car as a whole, and not the smaller parts. As we know, a full, working car is greater than the sum […]

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Mega Post: Songs Of Autumn

Every once in a while, we’ll be doing some joint “Mega Posts” where all four of us list our favorites on one topic, in one post. In this edition, we each individually selected seven songs that remind us of the fall. Playlists coming soon. Shawn When I was sorting through my music library to fill […]

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Family Matters: Relations In Music

When working in a band together, people need to trust each other, and hopefully can be trusted back. This can be made easier by sharing some DNA with other members (and sometimes harder: The Kinks, Oasis). My brother and I both started to play guitar at the same time, but I don’t think we could […]

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Big Ideas: Seven Great Radiohead Covers

As one of the most innovative popular bands in recent years, Radiohead has become highly respected and admired by not only fans, but musicians as well. With that territory, comes tons of very talented bands taking their stabs at Radiohead songs, which is no easy task. Take a look around YouTube and you’ll find dozens […]

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If You’re Feeling Sinister: Songs That Sound Like Impending Doom

Of all the qualities of music, the most indescribable is mood. Whether it be due to tonal structure, lyrical content, or just ambiance, the mood of a song is something often not constructed, but something that occurs naturally. Certain songs just have that “something is about to happen, and it’s not gonna be good” feeling […]

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