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The Fourth Music Post: Kenzie May, Bipolar Sunshine and tUnE-yArDs

1. Kenzie May

Most of Kenzie May’s songs are buoyed up by trance-inducing backdrops, and it’s a testament to her hypnotic voice that she remains memorable amid the genius that her vocals are set to. 899 more words

Music

Some thoughts on Bestival 2014

A few days ago, I went to my first ever music festival. More than that, I was working there too, or rather, volunteering. My brother and I were also trying out Oxfam festival stewarding for the first time. 1,552 more words

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Women Who Make Weird Faces

This is a little journaling I did about a Tune-Yards concert I went to a couple of weeks ago. It is a little more poetic, free-formy than normal, but I wanted to share it anyways. 508 more words

20somethings

Look Around - Tune-Yards

When I talk about music, it’s hard not to use metaphors that involve romantic love. There’s just something about the intimacy and immediacy of great music that, for me, evokes the same feeling of existential euphoria that falling in love does. 907 more words

Concert Review: Tune-Yards

Coming away from the first night of two at Brixton’s Electric Brixton club for Tune-Yards  I felt nothing but utter elation. Frankly, Ms Garbus is a revelation and having followed her career since her first album, it’s great to see the transition into a hedonistic rhythm assault on your skull in a live context. 193 more words

Music

Playlist: Tune-Yards

Another playlist! Tune-Yards are a bit out there, but they definitely have a good sound to them if you decide to give them a chance! 20 more words

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Music of the Month Review: Sylvan Esso (2014) by Sylvan Esso

Written by Ana Lete

Originally published in September 2014 issue of The Coyote.

Sometimes the opening act disappoints you. Sometimes the opening act surprises you. And sometimes the opening act shocks and awes you—leaving you not only wanting to buy their self-titled album as soon as you get home, but also leaving you just wishing to relive those moments of musical discovery—with the fresh sound hitting your ear drums— the physical vibrations from the speakers filling your chest—and the warm feelings radiating from your heart to your entire body—over and over again. 462 more words

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