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Favorite Albums of 2014: Past Life, by Lost In The Trees

Chapel Hill-based Lost In The Trees used to have seven people on stage with all manner of non-rock instruments—strings, horns, accordion—to do justice to their carefully-composed and emotive chamber-folk. 157 more words

Album Recommendations

My 10 favorite songs in 2014

I completely agree with Nick Sanborn’s dictum about year-end lists, especially where music is concerned. It’s easy enough to make stuff up, or proclaim something a masterwork that you’ve only heard a handful of times. 1,527 more words

Popup Chorus

What's on your playlist?

I love music. Behind every song there’s an (often untold) story. Music speaks when you just don’t have to words to express yourself. And I think it heals the heart and soothes the soul. 129 more words

Clinical Depression

Shots of Shows

As a regular part of this blog, I will be uploading my thoughts and feelings about the numerous shows that I attend, along with some photos of the event.   107 more words

Lost In The Trees: Past Life

Ari Picker is the man behind, Lost in the Trees. I have listened to Past Life more than most albums this year. The music consists of haunting orchestral arrangements and vocals sharing about searching, forms of love, nostalgia and relationship. 71 more words
Alternative/Indie Rock