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Bon Iver “i,i” album review: A shift towards community

Rating: 9/10 At this point it’s strange to say that Bon Iver has become somewhat ubiquitous in the world of music. Brainchild Justin Vernon has...

Yves Jarvis: “The Same But By Different Means” review

Rating: 8.3/10 Sometimes the most exciting music to listen to is also the hardest to classify. The deconstruction of genre and form is a difficult...

An album review of William Tyler’s “Goes West”

Rating: 7.6/10 The first thing I notice about William Tyler’s new album “Goes West” is the dazzling artwork. The design by Robert Beatty is both...

The spirit of art: A review of “To The Islands” by...

Artist: The Magic Lantern Release date: November 2, 2018 Label: Hectic Eclectic Records Genre: Alternative/Indie Producer: The Magic Lantern Rating: 8.3/10 There’s a certain place that music takes you, and though for every music lover...

The descent into being: a review of Adrianne Lenker’s “abysskiss”

Rating: 8.5/10 Whenever you dig into a wholly personal piece of work, there is a sense of isolation that clouds over the whole experience. If...

St. Vincent releasing a stripped-down, piano-driven version of “MASSEDUCTION” album

St. Vincent will release a remixed, stripped-down version of her 2017 album "MASSEDUCTION" on Oct.12 via Loma Vista Records (nearly a year to the day...

“And Nothing Hurt” Spiritualized review

Artist: Spiritualized Release date: September 7, 2018 Label: Fat Possum Records Genre: Alternative/Indie Producer: Jason Pierce Rating: 7.8/10 It’s a sad world, and suffering can’t be avoided. But creatives throughout the ages have found ways...

Follow your feet: a review of “Big Red Machine”

Rating: 8/10 There was a lot of hype for the project, and now it’s here. The eponymous “Big Red Machine” has dropped, debuting on August...

Sufjan’s myth and the intimacy of “Carrie and Lowell”

It’s only been a little more than three years since Sufjan Stevens’ Carrie and Lowell came out, yet to me it feels like a...

Late night music: a review of “Time” by Louis Cole

Rating: 7.9/10 “Time” starts with the hard funk song “Weird Part of The Night,” celebrating those late night hours when, I suppose, Cole gets a...