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No. 3, Vol. 59 (2013)

Review: Waxahatchee – Cerulean Salt

  Please allow me to begin by stating the obvious: Waxahatchee is not Waxahatchee’s real name. It’s a pseudonym, which is a fancy way of saying that Katie Crutchfield had the self-awareness to recognise that people would struggle to take someone with her last name seriously, no matter how good her …

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Review: The Tallest Man on Earth

  There is a reason that critics continually compare Kristian Matsson (aka The Tallest Man on Earth) to Bob Dylan. It’s always a comparison one should take with a grain of salt, but, for Matsson, no comparison could be truer. Lyrically and musically, Matsson weaves the same magical threads of folk …

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Review: Amour

  Honesty is the best policy, right? I’d always thought being brutally honest was better than prettying up the truth with bells and whistles, but after watching Michael Haneke’s latest film, Amour, I’m not so sure anymore. There’s one thing I am sure of, however: the German auteur doesn’t let his …

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Review: Amok by Atoms for Peace

  Atoms For Peace are one super supergroup. It consists of Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke, Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, Radiohead’s producer Nigel Godrich, drummer for Beck and R.E.M. Joey Waronker, and Brazillian percussionist Mauro Refosco. Despite touring together since 2009, the band only released their debut album, Amok, on …

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