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The War On Drugs, released March 2014

A retrospective track by track review of ‘Lost In The Dream’ by The War On Drugs, one of the most acclaimed albums of 2014.

1. Under The Pressure. 337 more words

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Tough Undulations: Watford Half Marathon Review

As part of my London Marathon training plan my coach wanted me to find an early half marathon to really test myself and help inform the rest of my training.  1,240 more words

Running

1989 is 'magic, madness, heaven, sin'

“Darling I’m a nightmare dressed like a daydream” and “haters going to hate, hate, hate, hate, hate,” are just a couple of the lyrics off Taylor Swift’s new album, … 411 more words

Album

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

Narrated by death, the Book Thief tells a tale about a communist girl growing up in Nazi Germany during the Second World War.

The narrator, ironically, brings to life to the death and destruction that the Second World War caused. 45 more words

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King Crimson's "Live at the Orpheum"

This is a pretty awesome way to start the year off!

I’m pretty sure most of us were surprised when Fripp announced the return of King Crimson back in 2014. 644 more words

Music

Constantine 01x11 'A Whole World Out There': Liberation is the purpose

Once again, Constantine delivers yet another wholly unoriginal episode. The difference is, this time it was actually entertaining. The flaws that have been seen throughout the season were still present, but there was a definite improvement in pacing and I’ll admit that  16 more words

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New Music: January

1. Doomtree All Hands

My favorite rap collection brings another great album together akin to their No Kings release. 10 years into their run as a eight-person posse, the group plays to their strengths with heavy synth beats that avoid common verse-chorus-repeat structure and with great verses delivered from the roster of eloquent and reference-heavy rappers: Sims, P.O.S., Dessa, Cecil Otter, and Mitch Mictlan (who had a great release from 2014, HELLA FRREAL). 266 more words

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