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DEMF 2011 Opens Hearts up to Techno
Review of Radiohead's new album....
Album Blends Dreamy Ambience with Beautiful Melancholy...
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Is Rock and Roll Dying? Mikkey Dee of Motorhead Says No...
Evripidis and His Tragedies...
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Natasha Umer Natasha Umer has lived life behind the Orange Curtain for the majority of her life, though sometimes she turns up in the random cafe abroad. She enjoys long walks on the beach under a full moon while waxing philosophical and musing over "cutting edge" topics such as the ephemeral nature of Michal Jackson's nose. Occasionally, you can find her sipping a tea (because she dislikes the taste of coffee and wants you to think she is "cultured") at nearby Peet's. She usually adorns the color red--but don't worry she's not a communist--only part-time socialist.