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Minute Taker - "Reconstruction" Review

Subtitled a mini album, Reconstruction is a six track EP that comes off the back of composing and touring a dark stage performance HOAX. The play’s title itself plays with the notion of real and fake – and Reconstruction continues that path with a wonderfully eerie dream like collection of tracks. 383 more words


Sarah Walk - "Little Black Book" Review

The long-awaited debut album from Sarah Walk is finally out on all formats today and I’m pleased to say it’s a stonker. The dual personality piano based singer songwriter’s album showcases her at her angry best, and her reflective melancholy best too. 470 more words


Benjamin Clementine - "I Saw A Fly" Review

After a wonderfully soulful debut in 2015, the not quite jazz, pop or rock – piano based singer songwriter Benjamin Clementine has gone for his own route of art piano rock for his follow-up. 747 more words


Out Lines - "Conflats" Review

Forming somewhat of an underground Scottish super-group for the musical fauns of the underworld, Kathryn Joseph, James Graham and Marcus Mackay are Out Lines. Their collaborative album “Conflats” is a truly dark and brooding meld of their talents and is sure to be a sleeper hit beyond 2017 as it gets discovered. 490 more words


Tori Amos @ MGM National Harbor -- 11/3/17

Tori Amos stares into your soul at MGM National Harbor on Nov. 3, 2017.

Tori Amos shined brightly as a chic, otherworldly presence seated at her pianos at MGM National Harbor on Friday, Nov. 565 more words

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Don't Miss: Tori Amos @ MGM National Harbor, 11/3/17

Tori Amos (Photo courtesy Girlie Action)

Tori Amos released Native Invader, her 15th album, on Sept. 8 via Decca Records. She’s on tour to support the record, and… 241 more words

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Top 25 Albums of 1977

Decades is a recurring feature that turns back the clock to critical anniversaries of albums, songs, and films. This month, we dial it back to the top 25 albu… 4,925 more words

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