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Dan Deacon: Gliss Riffer

Celebrated for his boisterous live shows, Dan Deacon seems like the perfect icon for a generation nudged by economic circumstance into embracing a hand-me-down aesthetic of retrieval, recover, and recycle. 210 more words

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Andy's Album of the Week: Big Sean- Dark Sky Paradise

With his third studio album, Detroit’s Big Sean sounds like he’s finally taking things seriously all while keeping his clever wordplay and incomparable spirit intact. Dark Sky Paradise also features a wide guest list (Kanye, Drake, Lil Wayne), but where they might have outshone Sean on past releases, here the rapper holds his own against some of the modern greats. 53 more words

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Album Of The Week: Stream Rahel’s Debut Album ‘Alkali.’

New York-based singer-songwriter Rahel and Chicago producer Jeremiah Meece of The-Drum come together for some adventurous musical sounds. Rahel’s 10-track effort Alkali is unique, spaced-out R&B at its finest and is very much in heavy rotation over at Twistedsoul.  119 more words

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I Love You, Honeybear by Father John Misty (Album of the Week)

Album: I Love You Honeybear

Artist: Father John Misty

About: 11 Songs; 45 minutes

Year: 2015

Choice: Deliberate Obfuscation

The narrative in our head that accompanies our life is usually much harsher than what comes out of our mouth, or even, out of our pen. 661 more words

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Album of the Week, February 22: Too-Rye-Ay by Dexys Midnight Runners

Kevin Rowland was born to Irish parents in Wolverhampton, England. He left school at age 15, working in a couple of bands — the arty Lucy & the Lovers and the punkish Killjoys — before staking out a new musical direction with friend and bandmate Kevin “Al” Archer. 1,204 more words

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Album of the Week: Sylvan Esso – Sylvan Esso

Album of the Week: Sylvan Esso – Sylvan Esso

             This North Carolina duo will grab your attention from the first spin. If it is not right away from great vocals of Amelia Meath, then the electronic instrumentals of Nick Sanborn will. 80 more words

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