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Arcade Fire – Everything Now: It goes on and on, I don’t know what I want. (Review)

By David Martin

Artist: Arcade Fire
Album:Everything Now
Year: 2017
Grade: B

In Brief: While I really enjoy the disco-rock sound and the theme of media oversaturation, it’s a genre exercise that has its limits, and the repetitive choruses make those limits painfully clear. 4,954 more words

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Coldplay – Kaleidoscope: I want something just like about 40% of this. (Review)

By David Martin

Artist: Coldplay
Album:Kaleidoscope EP
Year: 2017
Grade: B

In Brief: While I feel like this EP’s release was a bit overhyped, and I’m not inclined to trust rumors of the band having recorded their final album, there are some genuinely exciting new directions taken here that I’d love to see the band explore a little further… and also some embarrassing attempts at pop culture relevance that I wish they’d bury once and for all. 3,111 more words

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The Edinburgh Fringe One-Weeker 2017 – Fragile Man, 26th August 2017

And our last day at the Edinburgh Fringe has already come around! We’re starting off with Fragile Man at Space 2 @ theSpace on the Mile at 11:50 on Saturday 26th. 233 more words

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Eisley – I’m Only Dreaming: You, Me, and a few less DuPrees (Review)

By David Martin

Artist: Eisley
Album: I’m Only Dreaming
Year: 2017
Grade: B-

In Brief: While Stacy and Chauntelle’s departure is a pretty serious drawback here, Sherri does an admirable job of keeping the Eisley sound her fans know and love intact, while also experimenting with new sounds here and there.  3,517 more words

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Tychy@ the Fringe: Fragile Man.

There is a joke from the television sitcoms of the 1990s in which a pompous character volunteers to man the phones at the Salvation Army. This character was either Arnold Rimmer or Gordon Brittas (both played by Chris Barrie) – I cannot remember which. 378 more words

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Sleeping at Last – Atlas: Intelligence – We were designed to send mixed signals. (Review)

By David Martin

Artist: Sleeping at Last
Album: Atlas: Intelligence EP
Year: 2017
Grade: B+

In Brief: Three songs about the body, heart, and mind, in Sleeping at Last’s expected baroque pop style. 1,056 more words

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The Fruit of the Spirit - Le Fruit de l’Esprit (FRENCH-FRANÇAIS: Bible David Martin 1844)

FRENCH-FRANÇAIS: Bible David Martin 1844

Galatians (Galates) 5:22-23

22 Mais le fruit de l’Esprit est la charité, la joie, la paix, un esprit patient, la bonté, la bénéficence, la fidélité, la douceur, la tempérance. 9 more words

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