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1. Titus Andronicus- “Dimed Out” It was recently announced that Titus Andronicus will release a new album this summer. The album supposedly will be over an hour and a half long, which is great news for fans of these disillusioned and aggressive thinkers/musicians. Here is the first song they have released from their forthcoming follow-up […]

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Monday Mixer

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In these last few weeks of school, as Mother Nature ponders over what season she wants it to be, I’ve found myself listening to my music too loudly (because the songs are so good) and incorporating some big throwbacks into my Spotify playlists. With no rhyme or reason as we approach the end of this […]

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Sufjan Stevens- Carrie & Lowell (Review)

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How well do we know Sufjan Stevens—or perhaps rather, what comes to mind when we hear his name? We could maintain that he’s that indie artist behind those fluttering compositions that involve grandiose orchestras, like a modern revision of baroque but with literal bells and whistles attached. We could credit him with the vocals and […]

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Remember Whensday – Seven Swans

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When I think of Sufjan Stevens, I don’t think of the 50 States Project that wasn’t, but the amazing albums we got out of it. Michigan and Illinois are two of the most complexly beautiful albums I have in my collection. We keep them in a high, protected corner of our CD library at home. […]

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Monday Mixer

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I consider myself infinitely lucky that everything from trips home, to television shows, to movie trailers has been bringing me new music. I’m overwhelmed and spread thin with beautiful tracks filling my Spotify playlists, and for those times I can’t seem to find any new music, I am grateful for these stretches. It would obviously […]

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Monday Mixer

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In music’s worst draughts, there sometimes seems like no hope for “spicing things up.” Instead, I find myself needing to throw things all the way back. These are songs that I feel like I’ve listened to over and over again, but still haven’t gotten sick of. Hopefully you won’t be sick of them either. 1. […]

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