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Must Be Love

Must Be Love

by Jennie McKeon Most bands are founded by family members or life-long friends. In the case of Grouplove, it was instant chemistry between a couple in love and a couple of strangers at an art [...]

It is Not So Scary in Ghostland

It is Not So Scary in Ghostland

by Kate Peterson Ghostland Observatory, or GLO, is an Austin-based band consisting of Aaron Behrens on vocals and some occasional guitar playing, and Thomas Turner on backup vocals, drums and [...]

Stars are Bright and Burning

Stars are Bright and Burning

by Hana Frenette There must be a factory in Canada that just keeps turning out these bands, because they just keep on coming and sticking around to shine. Toronto-based Stars has been together [...]

Local Guitar Luthiers at DeLuna

Local Guitar Luthiers at DeLuna

by Sarah McCartan “It’s like cocaine. Have you ever seen an advertisement for it? No. It always sells; everyone knows where to get it. If you have a good enough product people will come.” To [...]

DeLuna Fest ’11

DeLuna Fest ’11

There’s so much to look forward to this weekend at DeLuna Fest that we honestly had a hard time putting this issue together. Well, maybe not putting it together, but narrowing down our  interview [...]

Go On, Have Some More CAKE

Go On, Have Some More CAKE

by Hana Frenette Don’t lump  v in with all those other 90s bands that didn’t make it past the millennium without much more than a spot on a NOW CD to show for themselves. In the past year the [...]

You Know How To Pick ‘Em

You Know How To Pick ‘Em

There’s  a lot of music on the DeLuna Fest line up that the IN staff is excited about — like you couldn’t tell that already, right?  But just in case you are tired of hearing us go on and on [...]

Sampling the Mashup Madness

Sampling the Mashup Madness

by Sarah McCartan From roof caving, basement scene shakedowns, to full-fledged festival spectaculars, Gregg Gillis of Girl Talk is breaking it down through mashing it up. Over the past several [...]

Asobi Seksu: More Than Just A Funny Name

Asobi Seksu: More Than Just A Funny Name

by Jennie McKeon Yuki Chikudate and James Hanna, founding members of Asobi Seksu, have done a lot of growing up in the decade that they’ve made music together. Going from the name of their [...]

The New Pornographers: The Interview

The New Pornographers: The Interview

by Hana Frenette Chatting with Carl Newman is quite pleasant. He’s easy going and quick to offer a story, whether it’s about beekeeping, maple syrup, Neko Case or the sounds of Woodstock, NY [...]

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