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Album Review: Heron Oblivion

April 30, 2016
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Album Review: Heron Oblivion

By: Christopher Schuler   Heron Oblivion was formed in 2013 by a quartet of psychedelic-rock veterans. Their debut album fuses the pastoral and melodic leanings of drummer and singer Meg Baird with the rest of the band’s more aggressive roots. The result is seven drawn-out, jammy songs that veer between airy guitar lines and...

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Album Review: Is the Is Are

April 28, 2016
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Album Review: Is the Is Are

By: Christopher Schuler   Is the Is Are opens with “Out of Mind” and “Under the Sun,” two gorgeous, punky songs with shimmering guitars and undeniable basslines. I hated Diiv’s debut, but for about 7 minutes I was convinced they had made me a convert. Unfortunately, I still had 56 minutes to go. The...

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Despite Streaming’s Popularity, Staying Offline Might be an Artist’s Best Bet

April 28, 2016
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By: Christopher Schuler   Adele’s 25 broke a fifteen-year-old record for first week sales when it dropped last year, moving 3.4 million units. That week, it accounted for over 40% of all albums sold. It was the first album ever to sell more than a million units in multiple weeks, with 1.1 million sold...

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Music News – December 2015

December 21, 2015
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  With the launch of their Apple Music app for Android, the company shut down the last of their prototypical Beats Music streaming service. Now more than ever we’ll have to be careful not to forget about Dre. After just three days of sales, Adele’s 25 became the best selling album of 2015. So no, you can’t...

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