Words Without Music: by Philip Glass
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Words Without Music: by Philip Glass

Words Without Music is a charming memoir for anyone to pick up, even without knowledge…

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Holy Hell! The Great Escape Turns 20!
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Holy Hell! The Great Escape Turns 20!

Damon Albarn still reportedly considers The Great Escape one of Blur's two bad records.

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Koji Kondo’s Super Mario Bros. Soundtrack: by Andrew Schartmann
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Koji Kondo’s Super Mario Bros. Soundtrack: by Andrew Schartmann

Even open-minded 33 1/3 completionists will find Schartmann’s subject refreshingly different and his approach surprisingly…

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The Vaccines: English Graffiti
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The Vaccines: English Graffiti

The Vaccines have dropped many of their familiar early Strokes-isms and, fittingly, become their own…

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra: Multi-Love
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Unknown Mortal Orchestra: Multi-Love

The band’s love for unusual angles on familiar sounds has only been bolstered on their…

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A$AP Rocky: At.Long.Last.A$AP
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A$AP Rocky: At.Long.Last.A$AP

Nothing is more disappointing than A$AP Rocky himself, apparently still incapable of making himself the…

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Jamie xx: In Colour
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Jamie xx: In Colour

In Colour is remarkably breezy, soulful and human, uncommon qualities for the proper debut of…

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Hot Chip: Why Make Sense?
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Hot Chip: Why Make Sense?

Why Make Sense? is modern and refined, made up of cleaner, simpler arrangements peppered with…

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Concert Review: Tame Impala
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Concert Review: Tame Impala

Tame Impala’s current live show is indispensable, a vital celebration of their classic psychedelic sound.

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Happy Mondays: by Simon Spence
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Happy Mondays: by Simon Spence

Happy Mondays: Excess All Areas is a passable read that offers an interesting glimpse into…

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