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I absolutely love it when an album turns out to be such a wonderfully unexpected listening experience. The nine track album, ‘Devil is Fine,’ by Zeal & Ardor is one of those special gems that hits you out of left field and stays in your head for a long time after. Released in the beginning of March, this album takes two completely different genres and expertly mixes them together to create a remarkably special sound....

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Prior to releasing his debut project, Steve Lacy’s Demo – EP, multi-instrumentalist of the R&B band, The Internet, Steve Lacy tweeted: “I dare you to listen to a new artist without comparing them to someone.” Well, Steve, I tried, but when you’re a rising artist that happens to have some similarities with excellent artists (especially one in particular), I can’t help but make at least a couple...

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CD Review: Home of the Strange by Young the Giant Julia Battagliese Young the Giant is best known for their songs “Cough Syrup” and “My Body” from their earlier self-titled album released in 2011. That album had a very laid-back vibe that could best be described as having a semi-upbeat feel with a twinge of melancholy. This is where Young the Giant began to make a name for themselves and though those two songs provided a platform for...

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2016 has been a hot pile of garbage. However, out of the dregs of this nightmare have come some of the best albums to date. While trends in the industry are volatile and seem to change arbitrarily, at any time; this year has brought about what feels like some of the most honest music in years. Some albums from this year featured a more stripped down minimal instrumentation, while others took advantage of experimenting with elements of...

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Artist: Brothers in Yarn Album: Volume 1 Genre: Indie Rock Recommended if you like: Death Cab for Cutie, Dashboard Confessional Volume 1 by Brothers in Yarn is, simply put, an astonishingly beautiful album.  From the very beginning you feel as though you are being invited to take a journey with these songs.  They make you want to dance, go on a road trip, explore a million different places, and just generally get out and experience...

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