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Sufjan Stevens shares live music video for "Carrie & Lowell" -- watch

Sufjan Stevens is a master of the stage and hands down one of the best live acts of the last 12 months. Now, his prowess as an engaging and poignant performer is the focus of his new music video for “Carrie & Lowell”. 76 more words


Water - Ra Ra Riot and Rostam: Song of the Day

Today’s Song of the Day is “Water”, a great collaboration between the baroque pop band Ra Ra Riot and Rostam Batmanglij, formerly of Vampire Weekend.  It was released on November 16, 2015 as a single from the upcoming album  9 more words

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Jens Lekman's Year of Postcards

In the beginning of 2015, Swedish artist Jens Lekman announced a new project that many thought wouldn’t come to fruition. Lekman’s plan was to create a series of “Postcards,” a project that would find the artist releasing a new song a week for an entire year. 2,080 more words

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Rihanna reworks Florence and the Machine's "Only If For A Night" -- listen

Anti, the long-awaited new album from Rihanna, is finally out and available for free download (complete with random Tame Impala cover!). However, it looks like the Barbadian pop star still has a few more surprises up her sleeves, namely a bonus  115 more words


Guy Garvey - Courting the Squall: Harder (and Softer) Edges

Artist: Guy Garvey
Album: Courting the Squall
Year: 2015
Grade: B

In Brief: At times it may as well just be a new Elbow record, but since Elbow paints a little bit outside of their previously established lines with every album, I don’t consider it to be a bad thing for their lead singer to do some more of that on his own. 3,244 more words


Album Review: Death Of A Bachelor - Panic! At The Disco

There’s a certain infamy among Panic! At The Disco fans. The band is notorious for their ever-changing lineup. When Ryan Ross, lead guitarist, Dallon Weekes, bassist, and Spencer Smith, the drummer, departed, the internet exploded. 463 more words

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