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#AlbumoftheWeek ~ III by BADBADNOTGOOD (2014)

‘Toronto-based jazz trio BadBadNotGood‘s third album is their first on the Innovative Leisure label and also the first full-length to feature all their own compositions. 105 more words

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Album of the Week, May 24: Diesel and Dust by Midnight Oil

The roots of one of Australia’s most important bands go back to a Sydney-based pub-rock covers group formed in 1971. Drummer Rob Hirst and guitarist/keyboard player Jim Moginie formed the Farm with a couple of other musicians. 1,237 more words

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ALBUM OF THE WEEK: Torres: Sprinter

Torres, aka Georgia-born Mackenzie Scott, first appeared in 2013 with the release of her self-titled début, Torres. She was a songwriter of the new school: one who cut her teeth in Nashville, studying songwriting in college, and filtered it through her raw, emotive voice that had so many drawing up all the right kind of comparisons (PJ Harvey, anyone?). 280 more words

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Zedd feat. Bahari – Addicted to a Memory

Zedd is back with his eagerly awaited follow-up to ‘Clarity’. His sophomore effort, ‘True Colors’ takes a different direction, focusing on the popier elements of Zedd’s work, yet still packs a mighty punch. 107 more words

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Album of weeks 16-20: GIVEN TO EMPTINESS

Has it ever happened to you that you love something so much is terribly hard to put it into words? Well, I’m nowadays experiencing that feeling lately whenever I listen to Arenna’s last album… 549 more words

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Album Of The Week: The Weather Station - Loyalty

There have been a number of excellent records released over the past week — from Holly Herndon, from Luke Vibert, from Trevor Jackson,  — but this week The Weather Station’s exceptional new album gets the vote. 426 more words

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They Might Be Giants - Mink Car (2001)

The disappointing new album; we’ve all been there. You would spend months anticipating a new disc by a group you really like, rush to the store on release day to buy it, take it home, turn on the stereo, and…you’re not really feeling it. 1,755 more words

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