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POP Montreal: Sun Kil Moon, Year of Glad, Charlotte Cornfield, The World Provider

My first night of POP Montreal ended up being pretty much taken over by Sun Kil Moon, but that wasn’t a bad thing. The Ukrainian Federation is packed when Mark Kozelek and his band take the stage, the venue is darkness except for a few spots of light around Sun Kil Moon. 701 more words


POP Montreal: Sun Kil Moon at the Ukrainian Federation; Sept. 17, 2014

The stage configuration for Sun Kil Moon’s opening-night POP Montreal show gave no illusions of democracy: singer/writer/acoustic guitarist Mark Kozelek seated on the left side, his three bandmates crowded together on the right. 527 more words

Words And Music

Sun Kil Moon: Benji

Despite all the grandstanding I do in favor of instrumental or nonsensical singers as opposed to eloquent, confessional ones, I still appreciate the art of proper lyricism and storytelling in music. 482 more words

New Music

Show Review: Sun Kil Moon at the Opera House

By James Li

Mark Kozelek is a singer-songwriter from Ohio armed with nothing more than a nylon-string guitar and a deadpan wit, but he has a reputation for being one of the surliest live performers around. 612 more words

Show Reviews

New Soundz #6: Sun Kil Moon - Carissa

I’ve been listening to Sun Kil Moon’s latest album Benji quite a lot recently, it was released earlier this year but I only stumbled across the name whilst checking out this year’s Greenman Festival lineup. 158 more words

New Soundz

Ottawa Folk Festival 2014, day four: Sun Kil Moon, The Lone Bellow, Seasick Steve & Neutral Milk Hotel

The weather was miserable in Ottawa on Saturday. Cold and wet. I had been planning on spending the whole day at the festival yesterday, wanting to check out some of the songwriter sessions and local acts in the afternoon before catch the bigger names later in the day. 1,018 more words


5 albums from 2014 you should have heard by now

Sleaford Mods – Divide and Exit

We’ve already hinted that Jamie T could be the cure for Twee Britannia, but if all else fails, Sleaford Mods (pictured above) will be waiting in the wings, like a devastating atom bomb to rid us forever of the morbidly mediocre and the terminally tepid. 500 more words

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