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Sufjan Stevens "Carrie & Lowell"

Sufjan Stevens

Carrie & Lowell

Rating: 10

An air of mystery has surrounded much of Sufjan Steven’s prolific career. His success is due in large part to his ability to write memorable stories with universal themes that connect with a wide-range of listeners, yet there has always been an ambiguity in whether the stories he tells are based on real life experiences or just plots he’s pulled from old issues of the Chicago Tribune and The Detroit Free Press. 920 more words

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Sometimes you only need a few seconds to get intrigued by a band. In my quest for new music to review, I stumbled upon one track of the upcoming EP of  316 more words

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Album Review: Opeth's Pale Communion

It’s been around three years after the release of “Heritage” by Swedish Progressive Rock group Opeth and yosh! I started feeling a vibe around the air as the interval taken by Opeth after their last released record Heritage is exactly the average interval they take between albums. 809 more words


Yael Naim - Older

1. I Walk Until
2. Make A Child
3. Dream In My Head
4. Coward
5. Trapped
6. Ima
7. She Said
8. Walk Walk
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Album Review: Reptar, 'Lurid Glow'

Reptar Lurid Glow
(Joyful Noise Recordings – March 31, 2015)
(Alternative, Indie, Pop)
Review by Rob Leonard

Reptar will go down in mythical adulation from those who truly experience their music. 534 more words