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Year in Review: The Best Albums of 2014

For the third year in a row, we are proud to share our year-end list for the best albums of 2014. 

We invited our team of contributors to share a few sentences about their selections: many identify with their top picks on a personal level where the music is a soundtrack to their year; for some, their list represents a culmination of 2014’s hard work; and others select clear stand-outs amidst the transforming process of discovering new music. 2,776 more words


tUnE-yArDs at the Wiltern in Los Angeles

On December 10, 2014

My first time seeing tUnE-yArDs, the art music project by Merrill Garbus, was at Coachella in 2012. She and her backup singers, guitarist, and percussionist played a middle of the day set that served a good meeting spot for me and the ten other people I was expecting to see. 668 more words


Best Albums of 2014 - Phillip's Honorable Mentions

2014 has been a pretty swell year in releases, there were a few anticipated albums that never materialised, but there was a lot to sink your teeth into. 671 more words


KUTX birthday bash set for Jan. 31

Radio station 98.9 KUTX-FM will celebrate its second birthday next month with a concert at Bass Concert Hall.

The show, which is set for Jan. 31, will feature… 138 more words

10 TV shows and albums in 2014

This year has been mostly OK. Actually, following such a fucked up year, 2014 is AMAZING. I now have a job that I find really interesting, my self-loathing is now more of a general thing instead a daily nuisance, and I have successfully set myself up for a lifetime career in government, as planned. 2,074 more words

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tUnE-yArDs (Show Pics)

tUnE-yArDs recently performed at Sonos Studio courtesy of Pandora.

And Minivan Photography was there to shoot the show.







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2014: Other Albums

End of year lists are quite like crack to me. As a child I was a list-maker to the point of obsession, lists of cricket players, dinosaurs, crisps, god knows what else. 580 more words