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This singer/songwriter's latest album pop is sweet and sly, built on deceptively simple pop language.
The Barcelona-based group's debut is full of feel-good choruses with vocals that sometimes teeter on being too precious.
A sparkling, retro blend of lush electro beats, glossy disco shades, and new-wave riffs so cold, it’s 1986 all over again.
Imagine the musical offspring of a Europop dance party and an island jamboree.
Kid Sister has been around for a while, but this is her first solo album, and it's nothin' but gold.
The Swedish singer/songwriter’s follow-up gleams with maturity.
We all know that the way the criminal system deals with rape is inadequate, to say the least. But Nicholas Kristof's 'Is Rape Serious?' op-ed in The New York Times on April 29 opened my eyes to just how dismal the situation really is--and to the fact that we need to do something about it.
My work computer crapped out on me Friday. I've been trying to get my internet life back together ever since. I'm not the most tech savvy lady so I'm getting a little grumpy.
I got your new awesome album right here. Cryptacize hails from Oakland, CA (fans of Deerhoof will recognize guitarist Chris Cohen) and I've been jamming out to their new record, Mythomania, since it came out a couple weeks ago. Its melodies are addictive (like Nedelle Torrisi's vocals) and moments of endearing twee and weirdness shine through the slow-synth jams and catchy, rockin'-pop hooks. They're hittin' the road next week so click through to see if they're taking over your town. Photo by Denny Renshaw Tue. May 12 San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill Tue.
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