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Finding Joy in Misery – Seth Avett & Jessica Lea ...

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Cover Bands. It seems every musician and music fan has an opinion upon them. Either they’re a fun way of experiencing live music from musicians / acts that would be hard or impossible…


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Laura Marling’s “Short Movie” – Album Review

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At first, it seems Laura Marling hasn’t really changed since debuting in 2008 as the princess of English neo-folk. “Warrior,” the premier track on her fifth and latest album, Short Movie, offers that…


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Modest Mouse’s Intriguing Way of Promoting their New Album

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Modest Mouse recently performed quite the interesting experiment on us all, leading up to the March 17th release of their new album Stranger to Ourselves. They decided to see if a new way…


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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ ‘Chasi...

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Before you’ve even heard this album, you no doubt have a strong opinion on the music and other aspects of Noel Gallagher. Perhaps you’re an Oasis fan that’s stuck with him all the…


Ghostface Killah & BADBADNOTGOOD's 'Sour Soul' review

Ghostface Killah & BADBADNOTGOOD’s ‘Sour So...

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Everything about this album makes so much sense. It may not seem like it at first when you’re told it’s a college jazz trio backing rap royalty Ghostface Killah, but like the Theloniuos…


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Father John Misty’s ‘I Love You, Honeybear’ – Album Review

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Indie sex god, Laurel Canyon mystic, hipster charlatan, Randy Newman-on-ayahuasca­ — all are fitting descriptors for the artist known as Father John Misty. This was not always the case, however, for the former…


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Foo Fighter’s Attempt to “Beat the Bots”

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A look at the Foo Fighters’ recent attempt to change how concert tickets are sold through a personal story and reflection. On Saturday November 22nd, I sluggishly crawled out of bed to participate…


The Punch Brothers The Phosphorescent Blues Review

Punch Brothers’ ‘The Phosphorescent Blues’ – Album Review

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Leave it to a bluegrass band to offer such an apt meditation on the modern condition. Anyone familiar with the Punch Brothers, however, knows the group’s artistic aims lie far higher than your…


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Björk’s ‘Vulnicura’ – Album Review

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When’s the last time you heard music that was so potent with truth and terrible, gut-wrenching beauty that it broke your heart? That’s far too long. Björk’s Vulnicura is here to shatter it in…


The Decemberists What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World review

The Decemberists’ ‘What a Terrible World, What a...

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After a long four-year wait, folk indie rockers The Decemberists, impress with their new album What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World. After this substantial recording hiatus lead singer Colin Meloy sounds…


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Marilyn Manson’s ‘The Pale Emperor’ – Album Review

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Even the blackest of souls can claw their way out of the depths of hell for a shot at redemption. For shock rocker Marilyn Manson that’s no small feat, but on The Pale…


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Ryan Adams’ No Shadow EP – Album Review

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The world sits still for no one and nobody seems to know that better than Ryan Adams. Less than two weeks into 2015, Adams released his newest EP, No Shadow, the latest installment…