Lee Harvey Osmond: Beautiful Scars
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Lee Harvey Osmond: Beautiful Scars

Lee Harvey Osmond, the guise of Canadian singer-songwriter Tom Wilson, inhabits the night’s darker corners.

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Revisit: Gorillaz: D-Sides
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Revisit: Gorillaz: D-Sides

D-Sides works as a compilation album because it shows every side of the Gorillaz story…

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The Tallest Man On Earth: Dark Bird Is Home
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The Tallest Man On Earth: Dark Bird Is Home

Dark Bird Is Home isn’t so much a daring reinvention as it is a necessary…

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Mazhar Fuat: Türküz Türkü Çağırırız!
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Mazhar Fuat: Türküz Türkü Çağırırız!

The gentle folk-rock of Türküz Türkü Çağırırız! is a departure from the more aggressive rock…

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Concert Review: Dan Deacon
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Concert Review: Dan Deacon

"I led part of the crowd in interpretive dance, directing about 150 people to create…

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Best Coast: California Nights
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Best Coast: California Nights

PJ Bond: Where Were You?
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PJ Bond: Where Were You?

Where Were You? is a punchy, wonderfully summery listen at 36 minutes, likely to be…

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Metz: II
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Metz: II

II is a strong record that hardcore fans will likely get behind, but Metz isn’t…

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Braids: Deep In the Iris
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Braids: Deep In the Iris

Deep in the Iris is an exercise in Standell-Preston determining her self-worth, both internally and…

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William Basinski: Cascade/The Deluge
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William Basinski: Cascade/The Deluge

Cascade lacks the surprise of Basinski's more adventurous sonic juxtapositions and modulations, remaining instead in…

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