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PLAYED OUT: This Week in New Alternative Music #2

The Staves: Black & White

Building from the popularity of folk-pop revivalists Laura Marling and First Aid Kit, The Staves are a trio of sisters Jessica, Camilla and Emily Staveley-Taylor from Watford. 375 more words

Attuning: May's High Rotations

While I love to thrash a single track, I’m still keen on the old fashioned idea of a new album of songs by an artist I’m interested in or curious about. 376 more words

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I could optimise procrastination levels during exams by elaborating on each of these, into full Hot Press-esque reviews – and maybe I will yet.  So far though, I have binged on a few newly released albums and here are the bite-sized first reactions: 503 more words

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SONG OF THE MOMENT: MAKE IT HOLY BY THE STAVES FEAT JUSTIN VERNON

This song is undoubtedly my song of the moment – it’s just so quietly beautiful.

I have come to expect nothing less from Justin Vernon, but The Staves are a new found discovery for me and I have to say they are delicious! 121 more words

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Have You Heard? - (64) Three Kinds of Beautiful: new albums by The Unthanks, Laura Marling and The Staves

Three of the albums I’ve been listening to a lot recently are all beautiful sounds that have their roots in folk music. But the artists have evolved, taking different directions, but still capturing the soulful essence of our traditional music. 721 more words

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MAY PLAYLIST

Every month, I’m listening to new music from the present and past. Spring has arrived and I’ve put a collection of songs to put you in that chill vibe. 92 more words

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The Staves-Black & Whites

Black & White

See myself in black and white
It isn’t done, it isn’t right
See it there before my eyes
It’s a sorry song, a sorry sightYou sunk your teeth, you’re in me deep… 183 more words

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