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Beirut - Gulag Orkestar

At seventeen years old, New Mexico native Zach Condon dropped out of community college and flew to Eastern/Central Europe with his brother, where he traveled with gypsy bands and studied indigenous folk cultures in the Baltics and former USSR.1 Upon returning, the young musician started a one-man project2 called “Beirut,” through which he created music in memory of his travels and in recognition of the broad European cultural milieu that is at the heart of so much conflict yet even more spirit. 562 more words

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Florence + The Machine: una crónica oficiosa

Tras mi crónica oficial del concierto de la gira How Blue en Barcelona, que escribía la madrugada del domingo y que me servía de estreno como colaboradora para Indiescretos, no sin sus más y sus menos a esas horas (gracias, Adrián, por la maquetación  1,712 more words

Concert Reviews

Cornflake Girl, by Tori Amos

“Cornflake Girl” by Tori Amos

A longtime fan of Tori Amos, I would never pretend to understand any of her songs. Analyzing her music is difficult for a number of reasons.   1,806 more words

Betrayal

Introducing... Rachael Sage

Rachael Sage has been on the music scene for a long time, growing a small but loyal fan base  that enjoy her often piano based chamber pop. 76 more words

Music

Timbre - Sun & Moon: There is nothing light can't touch.

Artist: Timbre
Album: Sun & Moon
Year: 2015
Grade: B

In Brief: A double album with intricate, harp-driven baroque pop compositions on one side and several lengthy classical pieces on the other certainly asks a lot of the listener, but Timbre has a foot firmly planted in both worlds and she clearly had no shortage of inspiration when exploring the relationship between the two. 4,615 more words

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