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From the monthly archives:

December 2010

NMM’s Top Five Music Blogs of 2010

December 30, 2010

One of the questions I get asked a lot by friends and family, and even the odd reader, is what other music blogs I read. It’s a fair question, because while I obviously put a lot of effort into the New Music Michael blog, I obviously do a lot of reading of other blogs to [...]

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Top Posts of the Year

December 29, 2010

A lot of people are still off this week, so I’m a little hesitant to start talking about new artists again until next week. So this week, I’m going to do a little off-the-beaten-path type of stuff. Today, the top five posts of the entire year on the New Music Michael blog, based on pageviews. [...]

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Merry Christmas

December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas everyone! This’ll be the last post prior to, and we wanted to wish everyone a happy holidays. We’ll be back next Wednesday! ( photo of our house / trust me, all Heather’s doing )

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On Tour – Ty Segall

December 24, 2010

Ty Segall got all kinds of buzz in 2010, and undoubtedly that’ll continue through 2011 based on everything we’ve seen and heard so far. If you’re in one of the following cities – congratulations! Ty Segall is coming to town! Jan 18 – Sacramento CA at The Hub Jan 19 – Riverside CA at The [...]

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Cut Copy

December 24, 2010

So, Cut Copy released the track listing for their forthcoming LP “Zonoscope”, which will drop February 8th (part of the “Monster Months of New Music”). So, without further adieu, here’s the tracks: 1. Need You Now 2. Take Me Over 3. Where I’m Going 4. Pharaohs & Pyramids 5. Blink and You’ll Miss a Revolution [...]

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Animal Confession

December 23, 2010

Animal Confession is the stage name for Ottawa singer/songwriter Andrew Gharib. I’ve been listening to his first three songs since receiving an email from Andrew earlier this month. The first track, “A Thousand Lies”, definitely gives away one of Andrew’s influences – the Smashing Pumpkins. It’s a hard-beating track full of drums and guitars, giving [...]

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Whatever Happened to … Edwyn Collins

December 23, 2010

First, let me take you back in time, to 1994, when a solo artist named Edwyn Collins released a song titled “A Girl Like You” which rocketed up the charts in both the United Kingdom, and North America. Trust me, if you were listening to music at the time, you knew the song. So whatever [...]

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Jordan Reyne

December 22, 2010

New Zealand’s Jordan Reyne music is a little hard to explain. Her bio calls it “industrial-tinged dark folk”, I saw somewhere else that added the word “steampunk”, but whatever it is, it’s extraordinary, and beautiful, and bad-ass all at once. It’s as if you combined Bjork, Sarah McLachlan, and PJ Harvey into one person, and [...]

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