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We’re shining our spotlight on STRONGER: Develop the Resilience You Need to Success by Dr. George S. Everly Jr., Dr. Douglas A. Strouse, and Dr. Dennis K. 691 more words


Album Review - White Fang: Chunks

“Let White Fang speak for the monkey people of Earth!” proclaims the lunatic spoken word intro to the band’s (seemingly) millionth LP, Chunks.

Now based in L.A., where their love affair with like-minded D.I.Y. 348 more words

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Album Review - Protomartyr: The Agent Intellect

“The Agent Intellect” is a concept in medieval philosophy related to the division between form and matter in the human soul, and while such notions don’t play much of a part in the lyrics on Protomartyr’s third album, 2015’s… 271 more words

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Album Review - Beach House: Thank Your Lucky Stars

It’s a small, but significant, detail that live drums are the first thing listeners hear on Thank Your Lucky Stars. Though “Majorette” soon unfolds into the swirling, twinkling, snow-globe beauty for which Beach House are well-known — some might say too well-known — the moment captures the tiny yet notable ways Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally tinker with their sound on their second release of 2015. 402 more words

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Album Review - Galactic: Into the Deep

The first collection of new studio music from the relentlessly inventive New Orleans funk-jam unit since 2012’s Carnivale Electricos, Into the Deep arrives after a well-received trio of Mardi Gras-centric outings. 231 more words

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Album Review - Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock 'n' Roll

Peter Guralnick, author of a definitive two-part biography on Elvis Presley, published the equally definitive The Man Who Invented Rock & Roll in 2015. At 784 pages, the book is appropriately weighty. 247 more words

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