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Music Review: Papercuts – You Can Have What You Want

Papercuts' You Can Have What You Want is a lovely album, wrought with startling somber imagery tucked beneath its pleasant dream pop haze. Read More »

Music Review: Eulogies – Here Anonymous

What's so appealing about the Eulogies is that they so positive. The result is the very pleasant and enjoyable Here Anonymous. Read More »

Music Review: Metric – Fantasies

Fantasies is an appropriate title for the Metric album, but only if you follow their advice and make your personal fantasies come true. Read More »

Music Review: Yoñlu – A Society In Which No Tear Is Shed Is Inconceivably Mediocre…

Yoñlu, a.k.a. Vinicius Gageiro Marques started effectively making his own music at age thirteen, and leaves his legacy behind on this posthumous CD. Read More »

Music Review: Maria Taylor – LadyLuck

Maria Taylor's third solo album "LadyLuck" has "sad words but with hopeful undertones of renewal." Read More »

Music Review: The Decemberists – The Hazards Of Love

The most intriguing facet of The Hazards Of Love is that it still has The Decemberists' sound even with the extended doses of metal and prog rock. Read More »

Music Review: Peter Doherty – Grace/Wastelands

Peter Doherty puts his demons to rest in his solo debut. Read More »

Music Review: Amadou & Mariam – Welcome To Mali

Amadou & Mariam make the kind of music that transcends genre and taste, and Welcome To Mali could also have been titled "Welcome To Dance." Read More »

Music Review: The Submarines – Honeysuckle Remixes EP

The Submarines are a fun duo, and the latest compilation allows listeners to hear interesting differing takes on their music. Read More »

Music Review: Sara Lov – Seasoned Eyes Were Beaming

Sara Lova's solo debut "Seasoned Eyes Were Beaming" is a snapshot of every feeling and idea she's ever had for all to see. Read More »