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Qntal - "VII" Review

I do appreciate and love Qntal’s album naming. When I originally became a fan between their third and fourth albums, I at least knew where most of the back catalogue was! 649 more words

Music

Formation, etc

12/12-12/13, 2014

  1. Formation: “Young Ones” (London)
  2. Blonde Redhead: “Dripping” (NYC)
  3. Ballet School: “Gray” (Berlin)
  4. All We Are: “Keep Me Alive” (Liverpool)
  5. Belle & Sebastian: “Nobody’s Empire” (Glasgow)
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Indie

Week 27 Review

fun. – Aim and Ignite (2009)

Bottom Line Up Front: This is a 4.5 out of 5 stars album that’s going to win you over with its completely over the top compositions and simple but often clever lyrics. 997 more words

Music Review

Kevin Drew - You In Your Were

“nobody likes good music anymore” hahah :)  zach galifianakis as an artistic director?  good call by kevin drew, founder of the Baroque-Pop music collective “Broken Social Scene.”  this song has a full, beautiful wash, and “you in your were” actually does make sense once you listen to the rest of the lyrics.

Baroque Pop

Born in the mid-sixties; this Pop movement is defined by a melancholic and dramatic tone opposed to its counter-part Sunshine Pop.

It uses unusual instruments for pop music: harpsichord, violins, cellos, oboes, French horn and many more. 34 more words

60-70's Music

Week 26 Review (Revised)

St. Vincent – Actor (2009)

Bottom Line Up Front: This is a 4 out of 5 stars album that you’re going to want to check out. 817 more words

Music Review

Album Review: In Conflict, by Owen Pallett

In Conflict is the latest in a long line of ‘art pop’ albums from artists who have renounced their naive eccentricity and turned to sophisticated electronic productions (other examples – Familiars, The Moon Rang Like a Bell, Nikki Nack, St. 269 more words