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Sucré - Loner EP: Please just let me go at my own speed.

Artist: Sucré
Album: Loner EP
Year: 2014
Grade: A-

In Brief: A tasty little EP that packs a lot of different moods and sounds into a mere 15 minutes of music. 1,467 more words

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ACL 2015 Preview: Tim Kubart with Mother Falcon

Click over to the official ACL site to read more about Tim Kurart the “Tambourine Guy”.  Tim Kubart with Mother Falcon Mother Falcon are an Austin baroque-pop favorite.   42 more words

Rock

Sufjan Stevens - Carrie & Lowell: The Oregon Vortex

Artist: Sufjan Stevens
Album: Carrie & Lowell
Year: 2015
Grade: B+

In Brief: Though the music remains mellow and reserved throughout, Sufjan’s attempts to make sense of his troubled childhood in the wake of his mother’s death can at times be visceral, even shocking. 4,041 more words

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Owen Pallett announces reissue of Les Mouches, shares "Carload of Whatever" -- listen

Since he started putting out albums under his own name, Owen Pallett has made some of the best classically-minded pop music this side of the aughts. 382 more words

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Artist Interview: Jacco Gardner

Jacco Gardner is an explorer of the human psyche. He is about to drop only his second full-length album Hypnophobia, but even in that short span of time has made an indelible mark on the face of modern psychedelic pop/rock. 2,193 more words

Interviews

Little Victories – Maple Bee (Xie Recordings) reviewed by Dave Franklin

When Melanie Garside first unleashed her new musical vehicle, Maple Bee, it possibly confused a whole swath of people who knew her from stints with Queenadreena and Mediæval Bæbes. 217 more words

Pop

Album Review: Other Lives – Rituals

There’s always been a lushness to Other Lives, and that sound has earned them high-profile fans including Radiohead and Bon Iver. While their embrace of acoustic instrumentation has led many to label them a folk group, they reach beyond that label with their third album, the dynamic and expansive… 284 more words

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