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Date Palms – The Dusted Sessions Album Review

On The Dusted Sessions, Date Palms trace a fertile crescent from Nile Delta to Mojave Desert; soaring you though the stratosphere, then plummeting for a McCarthy slow crawl through the dust. Thrill Jockey have been killing it lately with their evocations of '70s kosmic soul jazz. Date Palms, however, have not created a love song...
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Haiku Salut – Tricolore Album Review

Haiku Salut Tricolore How Does It Feel To Be Loved? (2013) Unless you closely follow the little known — but still robust — musical sub-genre of folktronica, Haiku Salut’s Tricolore will likely be unlike anything you’ve heard before. In their full-length debut, Haiku Salut — made up of musicians Gemma Barkerwood, Sophie Barkerwood, and Louise...Read...
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Olafur Arnalds – For Now I Am Winter Album Review

Olafur Arnalds For Now I Am Winter Mercury Classics Imagine yourself walking down a deserted street. It’s late in the day; the sky is dappled and mottled with clouds. The sidewalks are littered with the soggy remnants of December, slush and old receipts. Your thoughts uproot, displaced in time, remembering, projecting. A fine, chill mist...Read...