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Review #61: The Staves - If I Was

Artist – The Staves
Album – If I Was (2015)

Check it out – https://open.spotify.com/album/4VxImQegPEsTorjDTaAkFV

The Staves are a Folk Rock trio from Hertfordshire, UK. The group consist of three sisters; Emily Staveley-Taylor – vocals, Jessica Staveley-Taylor – vocals, guitar and Camilla Staveley-Taylor – vocals, ukulele. 263 more words

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Courtney Barnett - Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit

Every so often in music’s history, critics seem to feel the need to single out a specific singer/songwriter and claim them to be the “voice of a generation”, which roughly means that their lyrics are supposedly relatable to the general condition of society at a particular time in history. 822 more words

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[Album Review] MACKLEMORE PRIVILEGE & CHIEF ON KEEF VOILENCE - Raz Simone

Review by DJ Slice @THEDJSLICE

Mixing creative foresight with awesome production, Raz Simone comes with a great project. Residing in Seattle, Washington, he gives the listener a strong message in his music. 641 more words

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Album Review: Sorcerer - "In the Shadow of the Inverted Cross"

Beware the odd soul who claims not to have been attracted to Sorcerer‘s long-overdue full-length debut by at least some of its peripheral components. You might have been drawn to  596 more words

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Album Review: DSG (David Shankle Group) - Still A Warrior

Manowar has always been a joke in heavy metal circles, but in recent years, they’ve gone from cheesy fun to ridiculously awful. Their last album, “The Lord Of Steel”, might be the worst sounding metal record I’ve ever heard from a band that should know better. 700 more words

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Maps - A.M.A. (Short Story, 2013)

In 2013 I reviewed Vicissitude by Maps for Clash, which turned out to be my favourite album of that year. My review can be found… 174 more words

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Purity Ring - Another Eternity

Purity Ring

Another Eternity

4AD/Last Gang

In the Canadian electronic music duo’s second album Another Eternity, Purity Ring comes out and accomplishes what they do best: producing pulsating electro beats that sound like they belong in a fairy-realm nightclub. 92 more words

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