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Both Sides Now/ The Circle Game- Joni Mitchell

The Circle Game on repeat for like three days now. Help. Only to be interrupted by the occasional switch over to the Blue album in its entirety.

Sleater-Kinney, guitar goddesses of '90s punk rock, are on the comeback, and that's good for American music

A generation ago a trio stormed out of the Pacific Northwest to become the most critically acclaimed rock band of their era. They rode the crest of a fiercely independent, now-legendary musical subculture, steeped in the aesthetic iconoclasm and righteous angst of the best punk rock but with a twist of the ineffably unique. 1,299 more words



My freshman year of college I took a road trip and heard Joni Mitchell’s “California” for the first time and immediately became a huge Joni fan. 560 more words

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Photography, Public Punishment and Philip Roth

Bear with me, I’ve come over all intellectual.

It started when I attended my first Sunderland Uni Research Seminar yesterday evening. It was a talk by Peter Dempsey entitled… 1,352 more words

Playlist: Hippie Antiques

A warm & cozy, ten-track-deep playlist of acoustic mementos from the hippie era’s sweetest singer-songwriters…

1) “Cactus Tree”-Joni Mitchell, Joni Mitchell (1968)

2) “Scarborough Fair/Canticle”-Simon & Garfunkel,  65 more words


Playlist: Road Trippin'

by Maddie Farr ’18

I’m obsessed with the feelings of a road trip. I think there is something so freeing and also somehow lonely about driving for hours through the heart of nowhere, about never seeing a sidewalk, about empty gas stations and winding conversation. 403 more words

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Completely Lost, But This Could Be A Start

I am 22 years old and I would imagine that, like nearly every other 22 year old on the planet, I am hopelessly and obscenely conflicted and confused about what my life is going to be. 692 more words