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Manchester Orchestra Working on "Hope"

Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull announced that the band will release an alternate version of their latest album, Cope, titled Hope in November.  Hull talked about this release on the latest episode of Matt Pryor’s… 286 more words

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July 2014 Playlist

Afraid – The Neighbourhood (Explicit)

Warning – The song and the video are NSFW.

Hmm where to start?! The first time I heard this song I was having a rotten day and the “F*ck You Anyway” totally resonated. 605 more words


Four Days in the Wind River Mountains: Day I

Day 15 of 40; Green River Lakes to Porcupine Creek; July 7, 2011

I was feeling pretty stoked for the Winds.

Our first day we were going to try and hike 5-8 miles, as far as we could get to make the next day easier. 1,404 more words

He gave me something

I think the hardest part is accepting that he’d never love me the way I needed him to. He’d never understand my definition of loyalty. He wouldn’t ever identify with the way I feel when I hear Manchester Orchestra or Kate Nash or Sarah Kay poems. 146 more words

Creative Non-fiction

The Best from the First Half of 2014

by Vasilis

It seems like just yesterday that we were ringing in the New Year, and yet the calendar has already found July. With the year already half-over, it’s that time to look back at some of the best the music world has had to offer us, and there sure has been a lot of great albums. 843 more words


Manchester Orchestra : 'Brother' (Annuals cover) on a Sunday

Yes, yes another Manchester Orchestra song today.  But can you blame me?  Even their covers of other artists are worth recommending.

The original by Annuals is an already awesome track, so if you’re going to do a cover, this is the way to do it.  53 more words


Manchester Orchestra : 'Cope' on a Saturday

God I’m really digging the new Manchester Orchestra album, ‘Cope’.  Maybe it is because they’ve upped the Grunge/Alternative ante this time around, and really layered the distortion throughout. 57 more words