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Tallest Man On Earth- Dark Bird is Home (Review)

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If there’s any artist that knows how to reside in the sweet spot between loneliness and contentment, it’s Kristian Matsson, more popular known as The Tallest Man on Earth. It seems to be a skill he’s mastered; especially seen in his latest release Dark Bird is Home. The name and album art in and of […]

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Mumford & Sons- Wilder Mind (Review)

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Written by Brenda Herrera In the recent release of the lovable quartet that is Mumford & Sons, anyone looking for another folk-rock banjo infused album might find themselves in a very difficult and dark place. This foursome first found success with their signature sound which consisted of quirky, fast paced licks alongside prominent accordion and […]

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My Morning Jacket- The Waterfall (Review)

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I had fairly high expectations going into My Morning Jacket’s new album, The Waterfall. Z, Evil Urges, and Circuital are some of my favorite albums of all time, so I have come to hold the band to pretty high standards whenever they release new music. That said, these first few listens to The Waterfall have […]

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Blur- The Magic Whip (Review)

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I personally do not know much about British rock band Blur, aside from its main singer Damon Albarn, who created the internationally beloved virtual band Gorillaz. Like many people my age, I grew up adoring Gorillaz, not only for its animated characteristics but also for the mix mash of sounds that borrowed from hip-hop, reggae, […]

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Discs from the Desk

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Ethereal Gypsy – Ted West The title of this album definitely caught my eye. With the name Ethereal Gypsy, you really cannot go overlooked in my books. Artist Ted West’s face is slightly concerned as well as smug as he stares into the depths of your soul on the album’s cover. The album art also […]

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Lord Huron- Strange Trails (Review)

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For anyone who listened to Lord Huron’s first album, Lonesome Dreams, it should already be clear that the group is somewhat consumed with the ideas and themes surrounding death, immortality and ghosts. For such a fairly young group, these ideas are only increased in their sophomore album, Strange Trails. For a band I sincerely hope […]

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