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Tame Impala- Currents (Review)

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Tame Impala is back with their first album of 2015, Currents, after giving us sneak peaks at tracks all through out the year until now. Maybe it’s the 80’s techonology-esque cover art that’s doing it for me, but this time around Tame Impala bring a new energy and determination to their music. There are not […]

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Wilco- Star Wars (Review)

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It is with sporadic, spontaneous, and erratic strumming that Wilco’s surprise (and free) new album, Star Wars, opens up. Sounding reminiscent of Jeff Tweedy’s fake Parks and Recreation band, Land Ho!, Wilco takes on the ninth studio album complete with 11 tracks – which were all played at Chicago’s own Pitchfork festival July 17. While […]

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Sun Kil Moon- Universal Themes (Review)

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2014 was an interesting year for Sun Kil Moon’s Mark Kozelek. After releasing the critically lauded Benji, increased media attention brought to light Kozelek’s crude sense of humor with the whole “War On Drugs: Suck My Cock” circus. It was a surprisingly polarizing year for an artist who has been working since 1992. Given the […]

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Florence and the Machine- How Big How Blue How Beautiful (Review)

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Florence + The Machine has finally released their much anticipated third studio album, How Big How Blue How Beautiful, which was announced in late 2014. If you are new to the Flo game, then this may not be the place to start. That being said, this album is a step away from its two predecessors. […]

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra- Multi-Love (Review)

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After expanding the distinct bedroom psych pop of their debut album into full on guitar odysseys on II, it seemed like Unknown Mortal Orchestra had carved their niche in the world of guitar-centered indie pop. It would have made sense, given that lead singer/song-writer/producer Ruban Nielson is a great guitar player with a real ear […]

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Brandon Flowers- The Desired Effect (Review)

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Written by Brenda Herrera Listening to the second solo album of the Killers’ front man Brandon Flowers is a delightful surprise that strongly emulates all the elements of classic pop album from the eighties. Any one of these songs can easily stand alone as a single. With the surplus amount of catchy hooks and the […]

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