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Before We Forgot How to Dream by SOAK

\22.7.19\ Bridie Monds-Watson has a powerful and introspective way of portraying her message, which is usually a mix of lessons and reflections on growing up. Her lyrics have a lot of history and unique perspective that give it a stand-out feeling unlike most folk artists. Hailing from Derry, Northern Ireland, there is a lot an … Continue reading Before We Forgot How to Dream by SOAK

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Lincoln by They Might Be Giants

\3.6.19\ Those who grew up at the cusp of the technological revolution in the early 2000’s may recognize this duo of performers from Massachusetts, John Flansburgh and John Linnell, for their songs put out by Disney Records such as “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Theme” and “Hot Dog!” heard of the aforementioned Mickey Mouse Clubhouse children's TV … Continue reading Lincoln by They Might Be Giants

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Twin Fantasy (2011) by Car Seat Headrest

Have I already reviewed this album? Kind of, but not really. This album is the epitome of a love album, almost entirely focusing on the confusing, painful, and critical relationship that defined frontman (and at the time soul band member) Will Toledo's college years. Like I said in my previous review of this album, in … Continue reading Twin Fantasy (2011) by Car Seat Headrest

Remind Me Tomorrow by Sharon Van Etten

\15.7.19\ Most Indie artists have similar backstories: working odd jobs, moving frequently, putting out demo tapes every year or so until a label picks them up. In some ways Sharon Van Etten is a little different. Born in New Jersey and going to school in Tennessee, She has been surrounded by music most of her … Continue reading Remind Me Tomorrow by Sharon Van Etten