Tag: morbidity

James Blake: Album Review

James Blake probably doesn’t need much introduction to many readers as one of the most highly anticipated artists of 2011 after finishing in second place in the BBC’s prestigious ‘Sound of 2011’. His unique cover of Feist’s Limit To Your Love is therefore receiving considerable airplay as a result.
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Dirty Projectors – Bitte Orca

There’s a quote, quite probably apocryphal, that has been attributed to the poet Samuel Johnson which finds him discussing a manuscript and commenting that it was “both good and original; but the parts that are good are not original, and the parts that are original are not good”.

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Mouthwash – True Stories

 Maybe it’s the sweltering sunshine, the pretty girls that have been wandering around Liverpool or even just the fact that my first fun packed year at University has ended and I‘m now looking for a summer of thrills, but there’s something about Mouthwash’s new album that has really struck a joyful chord with me.

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2009 so far…

So the sun’s come out to play, you’ve pulled out the shorts and vest combo, the barbecue’s burning and you’ve got an ice cold can in one hand, a burger in the other. But something’s missing…what’s playing on the stereo?

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Passion Pit: Manners

Manners is the debut studio album from Passion Pit, a project spear headed by Michael Angelakos, employing the same dream pop ethics which have catapulted such acts as MGMT and Empire of the Sun to a well felt presence within mainstream electronica.

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