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ANOHNI / Paradise

Following up 2016’s HOPELESSNESS, art pop songstress Anohni has returned with a new EP for a new year. Despite her success with her debut solo album,  511 more words


The xx and Florence Welch perform "You Got the Love" remix in London -- watch

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The xx have been marching out special guest after special guest as part of their Night + Day residency at London’s Brixton Academy. 233 more words


Laura Marling / Semper Femina

On Semper Femina, British singer-songwriter Laura Marling gives us nine tracks of warm and cozy folk, tinged with baroque touches. Semper Femina plays almost like the soundtrack for a woman’s journey on a wagon trail out west – empowering, comforting, and with hints of nostalgia. 433 more words


Enigma - MCMXC AD (Epic 2017 #068)

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Enigma – MCMXC AD (1990)

MCMXC a.D. (“1990″ in Roman numerals followed by an abbreviation of Anno Domini) is the first studio album by the German music project Enigma, headed by Romanian-German musician Michael Cretu, released on 10 December 1990 by Virgin Records in the United Kingdom and on 28 January 1991 by Charisma Records in the United States. 171 more words

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Gabriel Royal – SXSW 2017 Top 20

Gabriel Royal (New York, NY) is a super talented cellist creating unique, beautiful baroque pop infused with soul and R&B.

Bio: It takes a while for Gabriel Royal’s musical style to strike you. 183 more words


'Life Will See You Now' by Jens Lekman - Review

Many emotions are conveyed through Swedish indie pop songwriter Jens Lekman’s music, but the underlying theme is one of melancholia.  Lekman has established an approach to songwriting involving fun, sanguine, theatrical pop music juxtaposed with his nostalgic, witty and often-times heartbreaking lyrical themes, concerning everything from the mundane to the universal.   1,495 more words


The Decemberists - The Crane Wife (Epic 2017 #052)

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The Decemberists – The Crane Wife (2006)

The Crane Wife is an old Japanese folktale. While there are many variations of the tale, a common version is that a poor man finds an injured crane on his doorstep and takes it in and nurses it back to health. 202 more words

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