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VIDEO REVIEW: Yellerkin “Tools”

Posted by on Oct 22, 2014 in MUSING, Recent, Reviews | 0 comments

Surrounded by a dark forest and lit by a bright fire, Brooklyn-based duo Yellerkin return to nature in their latest music video for “Tools.” The band, comprised of childhood friends Adrian Galvin and...

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What to Wear to CMJ 2014

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in EYE CANDY, Loud & Tasteless, OUT & ABOUT, Recent | 0 comments

It’s that time of year again: CMJ Music Marathon is upon us. One crazy awesome week of running around Manhattan and Brooklyn to see the newest, coolest emerging faces in music. The one problem? New York in...

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TRACK REVIEW: Bonobo “Flashlight”

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in MUSING, Recent, Reviews | 0 comments

Expansive rhythms and spiral synths mark Bonobo’s latest single “Flashlight,”...

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ALBUM REVIEW: Foxygen “…And Star Power”

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in MUSING, Recent, Reviews | 0 comments

When I was in college, I spent a lot of time dating musicians, which meant I...

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TRACK REVIEW: Dilly Dally “Green”

Posted by on Oct 20, 2014 in MUSING, Recent, Reviews | 0 comments

Formed in Toronto in 2009 by teenage besties Katie Monks and Liz Ball, Dilly...

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LIVE REVIEW: Sam Amidon at MHoW

Posted by on Oct 19, 2014 in OUT & ABOUT, Recent, Show Reviews | 0 comments

I didn’t find out that Sam Amidon’s music wasn’t wholly his own until after the show. He takes folk standards to remaster them and create something new. Normally, learning something like this changes my opinion of an artist, as it doesn’t really feel like they should get all of the attention and credit for their music. Not that I completely write them off, but it’s definitely a let down. But I didn’t feel disappointed when I realized that the performance I had just experienced was in part dependent on old folk standards. Somehow, the origin of the lyrics Amidon and his band sang didn’t quite matter as much as how they sang them.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Kevin Morby “Still Life”

Posted by on Oct 16, 2014 in MUSING, Reviews | 0 comments

Kevin Morby is nothing if not prolific. He left Woods indefinitely last year...

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TRACK REVIEW: Paperwhite “Pieces”

Posted by on Oct 16, 2014 in MUSING, Recent, Reviews | 0 comments

Brooklyn brother and sister duo, Katie and Ben Marshall, record as Paperwhite...

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