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Music to Your Ears - Death Cab for Cutie, Interpol and Santigold

You may have noticed a drop in articles for the Music to Your Ears column. There’s a typical lull at some point in the year, as either interest in content itself drops for this writer, or work ramps up outside the Interjections blog and podcast. 1,514 more words

Opinion

The Fortnightly Playlist, August 26th, 2018

Well, the playlist is on the long side this edition, with well over an hour and a half runtime. I guess it was difficult trying to cut things down this time. 530 more words

The Fortnightly Playlist

July 2018 Album of the month: Bodega “Endless Scroll”

To my millions of readers: the blog is more alive than ever! For those surprised by the lower frequency in recent posts, please note this is mainly due to its editor attending lots of gigs (cf. 392 more words

2018

NO HYPE PLAYLIST AUGUST 1 2018

This week I started a euphorically reviewed novel, “In the Light of What We Know” by Zia Haider Rahman, and I wish I could say I understood it.  427 more words

NEW SHIT

'Lamp Lit Prose': Joy in Disparity

We tend to define most good songs as those that exhibit a certain unity and balance. Whether we enjoy calm and quiet tunes or noisy and chaotic explosions of sound, all fans of music should be able to agree that there isn’t anything quite like hearing different instruments and voices coming together and creating something greater than the sum of their parts. 494 more words

Music

Dirty Projectors - Lamp Lit Prose

I REALLY enjoyed this. It’s easy going but I feel like they did an amazing job. Break-Thru is a great tune. 8/10.

MUSIC

Exchanging sorrowful reflections on the state of his love life for splendid songs hymning a new relationship, Dirty Projectors' David Longstreth fashions another curious art-pop triumph

Dirty Projectors

Lamp Lit Prose

★★★★☆

You couldn’t find a better example of the perils of harvesting unfortunate personal circumstances for the purpose of artistic expression than Dirty Projectors’ self-titled 2017 album. 1,002 more words

Pop And Rock