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Daffy Duck’s Dad is My Best Friend’s Dad and Dylan’s Dad is Dan Deacon: A Review of Dan Deacon at Neumos on May 8th

I have a new favorite Deacon. When I saw Deakin (Josh Dibb) of Animal Collective way back in 2010 in a sweaty basement room of CU Boulder’s student center, I was left somewhat unfulfilled by his brand of depresso-acoustic whine folk (harsh, but that’s the only way I know how to describe it?). 600 more words

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Inside Sufjan Stevens (a Tiny Little Seahorse)

Sufjan Stevens

Sufjan Stevens’ new album Carrie & Lowell is his best album yet, unequivocally. Yes, better than Illinois (I KNOW! I’m talking crazy here). 1,220 more words

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Show Review: All Your Sisters at Urban Spree 06/05/15

Comparing concerts to religious acts has probably been one of the most popular devices in music journalism since the invention of pop music: Mid-1960s Beatles hysteria was so close to religious hysteria that the latter could not even be considered a metaphor for the former anymore. 436 more words


Show Review: Life Unexpected

Everything about you screams normal.

Everyone has stuff that no one can see.

I am in tears. Literally crying. This show was so heartfelt and in a sense strong.

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Netflix Review: "Young & Hungry"

A female food blogger is hired as a personal chef by a young tech tycoon and faces a new menu of challenges, both inside and outside of the kitchen. 164 more words


They are gigantic: The Wombats play first Seattle show

Last night, British indie pop outfit The Wombats played their first ever show in Seattle at the Neptune Theater. Fans queued in line as early as 10am on Tuesday to give the Brits a warm Pacific Northwest welcome. 525 more words


Show Review: The Dwarves at Lido 23/04/15

A cold Berlin Thursday night. The streets of Kreuzberg were quiet, filled only with the occasional clink of beer bottles or the brisk wind rustling papers along the bike path. 701 more words