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Track of the Day

Cleo Sol – “Rose in the Dark” By: Rhema Johnson I believe we can all agree with Jesse that music has served as the main source of escapism during this stressful period. Being home, artists have retreated to livestream concerts, nostalgic DJ battles, releasing albums/singles/EPs, etc. in order to help bring the collective together and …

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Track of the Day

Wallows – “OK” By: Alexandria McAlpine Known for their mellow 1980s inspired sounds, the indie-rock trio Wallows, comprised of Dylan Minnette, Braeden Lemasters, and Cole Preston released their newest single, “OK,” and it does not disappoint. The first song released since their debut album, Nothing Happens (2019), “OK” is not quite recognizable as a classic …

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New Music Reviews: of Montreal and Midwest Hype.

of Montreal – Paralytic Stalks Released February 7, 2012 Polyvinyl I never know what to expect with Of Montreal (They are a part of the Animal 6 Collective which includes the Circulatory System, The Olivia Tremor Control, Neutral Milk Hotel, Elf Power, and Apples in Stereo), which is very good thing. They do not disappoint on …

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New Music Review: Lights – Siberia

Lights – Siberia Lights Music/Last Gang Records Released October 4th, 2011 With the release of Siberia, Lights Valerie Poxleitner known simply by her professional name, Lights, has a second album under her belt. The Canadian musician known for her blend of sugary synthpop and electronica with soft melodic undertones offers this time around a sound …

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New Music Review: Bjork – Biophilia

Bjork – Biophilia Nonesuch Records Released October 10, 2011 No matter how you look at it, Biophilia is simply a bizarre album, or rather “multi-media project,” if you want to acknowledge it as such. While by Bjork standards a bizarre approach is expected and even welcomed, for a project with such strong conviction to a …

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