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Allo Darlin'

I’m used to seeing Allo Darlin’ on the outdoor stage at the Indietracks festival in Derbyshire, where they’re firm favourites, so it was great to witness their indie-pop prowess in a sweaty room at the back of a Nottingham pub, where they’ve previously played at the city’s Pop All-Dayer.

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Record Bulletin, 11/9: Allo Darlin' and Ani DiFranco

Easy Going

I was really glad to see Jason Gubbels post a third quarter report on what he does and doesn’t like. I have the same feeling about FKA Twigs, and I don’t know anyone else who shares the sentiment. 460 more words

Review

Let's Whisper, Swale, and Allo Darlin' at The Monkey House November 5, 2014

I had a great time seeing music Wednesday night at The Monkey House. It was one of those classic shows where it’s a couple of local bands and a band from out of town that I do not know. 630 more words

Rock Shows

Hey QT! A Guide to Twee Pop

By James Li

Photo via AUX

To put it simply, twee is cuteness: kittens are twee, tea parties are twee, holding hands is twee. Michael Cera and Zooey Deschanel are the king and queen of twee. 1,008 more words

Guides

Allo Darlin': I Kissed Your Lips — And They Were Kind Of Salty

I know you’re online looking for election results tonight.

But maybe you need a break.

For the first time in more than a decade, I’m not required to be at the Yankton County Government Center to report the results so I’m blogging about music. 304 more words

Music

Three October album picks: Allo Darlin', Amos the Transparent and Stars

My apologies for the tardiness of this post. I’m usually right there at the end of the month or the beginning of the next with my album picks but I found myself a tad behind this October. 804 more words

Reviews

Wonderland - Allo Darlin'

With the departure of summer alongside my days of obvious adventure, I’ve found myself in an odd state of settling in. This lifestyle change is actually filling me with much more hope than I anticipated, and this song just seems to encourage the sentiment; as if the sense of possibility flourishes in cozy times. 40 more words