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fun. – Aim And Ignite Album Review

If Aim And Ignite, the debut album by fun., was a character in a play, it would be the type of person that exaggerates every emotion. When that person is sad, he/she is really down in the dumps. When the person is happy, he/she skips around and does a little dance. While dramatic people can...Read...
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stephaniesid – Warm People Album Review

From the looks of the album cover, I thought this was going to be another folk-hippie band, but Asheville, North Carolina’s stephaniesid does not fall under that category. Labeled as an Indie-pop band, stephaniesid likes to think their sound is “more complex and compelling than that genre label implies.” Their latest album, Warm People, no...Read...
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Cary Judd – Goodnight Human Album Review

Can there be an album that’s both vanilla and likeable? For solo artist Cary Judd, that paradox has been found in his latest record, Goodnight Human. Popping off with the uptempo track, “The Apocalyptic Love Song,” most of Judd’s songs hit strong strides, which are particularly evident in “Huang Shan (The Ah-ha Song),” “Stars,” and...Read...
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In Your Absence / En Tu Ausencia (2008) Film Review

Directed by Ivan Noel In Your Absence, or En Tu Ausencia, is a surprising first-time effort by director Iván Noel that emanates beauty in more ways than one. Set in a pristine stretch of Spanish countryside, In Your Absence is filmed amidst a breath-taking setting full of enveloping blue skies, abundant sunflowers, flowering fields, and...Read...
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Patrick Pleau – Hype-Moi Album Review

Singer-songwriters are very rarely my thing, because let’s face it; the majority of them are boring and seem to think that an acoustic guitar, a voice, and minimal songwriting talent are all you need to make it in the music world. Hence, my complete surprise when I randomly received a press release to download Montreal’s...Read...
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