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14) The Beach Boys - God Only Knows

I seriously had no idea I listened to that much Baroque Pop, but apparently The Beach Boys ‘God Only Knows’ falls into this category as well. 187 more words

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Minute Taker - "Reconstruction" Review

Subtitled a mini album, Reconstruction is a six track EP that comes off the back of composing and touring a dark stage performance HOAX. The play’s title itself plays with the notion of real and fake – and Reconstruction continues that path with a wonderfully eerie dream like collection of tracks. 383 more words

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6) Vampire Weekend - Holiday

Vampire Weekend is a band of dudes from New York. However, I think in this song they’ve adopted the British version of holiday.  Let’s give it up for VACAY! 294 more words

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Florence Welch announces lyric, poetry, and art book Useless Magic

Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine has announced she will release her first-ever book on July 5th. Titled Useless Magic, it is comprised of lyrics, poetry, things that have inspired her writing, and art taken from her own collection of sketchbooks, and aims to offer fans a closer look into the UK singer’s creative mind. 136 more words

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Introducing... Galapaghost

Galapaghost’s introspective guitar work has a wonderful ambience to it that makes each layer atmospheric. His lead single for his second album is called “Pulse” and is inspired from the Pulse nightclub shooting. 66 more words

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Björk / Utopia

Just two years after the stunning Vulnicura, Björk is back. Yet rather than linger on the same themes of heartbreak and melancholia that dominated her 2015 effort, the Icelandic songstress finds herself seizing her own sexuality, affirming her femininity, and exploring the joyous heights of modern love. 964 more words

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Anniversary Albums: The Kinks "Something Else By The Kinks" (1967)

Episode Info:

On this episode of anniversary albums, we take a look at the Kinks 5th studio album, 1967’s “Something Else By The Kinks.” Released during the height of psychedelic rock, this album marked a massive change of direction for the band towards British themes in their music of which they would not retreat back from. 27 more words