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Marina and the Diamonds – FROOT (Review)

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After releasing a song every month since the New Year started with a select fruit, Marina and the Diamonds has fully released her latest work after a two year hiatus, FROOT. Her breakout album Electra Heart and the track “Primadonna” was what put her in the limelight, giving her a cult following similar to that […]

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Modest Mouse – Strangers To Ourselves (Review)

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Modest Mouse’s Strangers to Ourselves, their sixth studio album and their first since 2007’s We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank, is certainly an album many music fans across genres have been anticipating with hopeful skepticism. The current band lineup is noticeably different from the original group, with the two only real constants being […]

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Will Butler – Policy (Review)

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Arcade Fire member Will Butler is hitting the solo road with his debut album Policy. As the younger brother of Arcade Fire’s lead singer and songwriter, Win Butler, listeners can definitely hear some vocal similarities between the two singers (not to mention they look identical). But on Policy, Will tries to set himself apart from […]

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Purity Ring – another eternity (Review)

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There is an interesting change that occurs about halfway between Purity Ring’s new album, another eternity. While the entire album is enjoyable, it’s like a musical sandwich; while everything here tastes good, you eventually find yourself just eating the bread. The first few tracks are prolifically catchy. While this eventually returns in the final two […]

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Imagine Dragons – Smoke + Mirrors (Review)

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Yesterday, Imagine Dragons released their sophomore studio album Smoke + Mirrors. For those of you that live under a rock and may not know Imagine Dragons, the Las Vegas based rock group released their debut album Night Visions in 2012 and took the charts by storm with hit tracks “Radioactive”, “Demons” and “It’s Time”. They’re […]

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Mount Eerie – Sauna (Review)

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Whether making music as The Microphones or Mount Eerie, Phil Elverum has remained very consistent in two aspects: poetry that confronts the biggest questions of the human condition wrapped in an aesthetic that sounds like nature in musical form. The amount of mileage he has gotten out of these ideas is staggering, though the inventiveness […]

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