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Links 1 through 10 of 153 by Mike Doeff tagged music

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"The 99 most popular emerging songs in the world"

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"Despite calls for the whisper-folk pair to make Øye's house and techno background more apparent, Declaration of Dependence doubles down on hushed Scandinavian understatement. No drums, unless you count slapped fretboards or squeaking fingers: just two voices, two acoustic guitars, and occasional cello, viola, or one-finger piano plinks. Along with sharper songwriting focus, this go-for-broke softness makes for the most durable, rewarding Kings of Convenience album yet-- a Pink Moon to past efforts' Five Leaves Left. Barring a last-minute José González surprise, it's also probably the best new full-length of its style you'll hear this year."

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Impressive list of artists / musicians on Twitter, managed by @gcn1

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1/29/2009 Dfactor http://www.twitter.com/dfactor http://www.wavedrumor.com Very active

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1/29/2009 Dizmas http://twitter.com/dizmas http://myspace.com/dizmas

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1/29/2009 Kaitlin McGaw http://twitter.com/KaitlinMcGaw Jazz/Soul http://kaitlinmcgaw.com/ Active

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1/29/2009 Kelly Richey http://twitter.com/kellyrichey http://www.kellyrichey.com/ Active

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"In preparation for the 2009 South by Southwest music festival (March 18-21), NPR Music's spent weeks sampling songs by more than 1,000 of the acts in attendance. Some of the music induced swooning, some of it induced sleepiness, and some of it made us want to pry out our eardrums and swallow them for safe keeping. (We're looking at you, Gaybomb.) Arranged alphabetically by artist, the 100 songs in this ridiculously bountiful — but by no means definitive — mix all passed a simple litmus test, summed up in six simple words: "Yeah, I'd listen to that again." "

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"Twenty-five songs to get at the goodness under the busy surface this time of year. Enjoy."

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