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From the monthly archives:

December 2012

NMM on FML

December 29, 2012

If you’re looking for something more comedic to read, the good people over at The Unknown Studio allowed me the great privilege of writing this week’s FML Friday column. Check it out here.

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The Sliding Scale Of Edmonton Concert Prices

December 28, 2012

For some unbenknownst reason, I have found myself embroiled in some heated debates recently about concert prices. I ranted and raved over Tegan And Sara demanding $75 for a performance at the Myer Horowitz Theatre in 2011. It came up again as T&S return to the city on March 3 with a new album under [...]

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2012 List Of Lists

December 27, 2012

I’m planning to ramp up blogging again next week after another short vacation (I’m off work Saturday through Tuesday). In the meantime, in case you missed it, here’s a roundup of the best-of lists I put together for NMM and Gig City. NMM Top Ten Albums of 2012 Top Ten Edmonton Albums of 2012 (a [...]

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LIVE! Julie Doiron with Jessica Jalbert at The Pawn Shop (Pics)

December 17, 2012

A few weeks back New Brunswick sensation Julie Doiron performed in Edmonton, supporting her newest album, “So Many Days”, which dropped in October (Aporia). Local songstress Jessica Jalbert opened. Ace photographer Aaron Vanimere headed over to the Pawn Shop to catch the show and took these great pics. Enjoy. ALL PHOTOS by Aaron Vanimere

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NMM TOP TEN ALBUMS OF 2012

December 17, 2012

Well, here it is. After a month of poring over all of the quality albums for the year, I’ve confined myself to ten of the very best albums that were offered to the public for the 2012 calendar year. I know, I know, you’ve all been waiting with baited breath. Okay, well, maybe one of [...]

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Provincial Archive Christmas Party – December 21

December 17, 2012

The last time local alt-folk act Provincial Archive was featured on NMM was more than a year ago, with a photo spread courtesy ace photographer Aaron Vanimere as they performed with Library Voices at the Pawn Shop. They’ve been exceptionally busy in the meantime, according to an email I got from frontman Craig Schram over [...]

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I Think We’re Alone Now

December 14, 2012

“I Think We’re Alone” was a song originally written by Ritchie Cordell, and was a hit in 1967 for Tommy James And the Shondells, reaching #4 on the Billboard Hot 100. At the time of the original track, famed music journalist Lester Bangs called it “bubblegum apotheosis”. Apropos, then, that it was eventually covered by [...]

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Mynabirds – “Body Of Work” Video

December 13, 2012

Mynabirds’ “Generals” *just* *missed* my top ten album and song list. Yeh, I know. I was distinctly sad about that turn of events. But what are you going to do, right. I’m still a big fan. So here’s their newest video, for “Body Of Work”. They recently released it on 7” (Saddle Creek). Their mix [...]

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