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Reads tagged with “music”

Monday Music Muse: Keren Ann
Monday Music Muse: Keren Ann

Melancholy, fresh familiarity, and a geography lesson in a soft mezzo-soprano.

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Monday Music Muse: Rachael Cantu
Monday Music Muse: Rachael Cantu

Cross-country coolness and how to go down with the devil’s thunder.

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Monday Music Muse: Lionel Neykov
Monday Music Muse: Lionel Neykov

How to dodge mediocrity every Monday and boost your music street cred with the next big thing.

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The Year in Ideas: 8 Best of 2008
The Year in Ideas: 8 Best of 2008

8 things that shaped the year’s innovation footprint, or what Buckminster Fuller has to do with tap water and Michael Phelps.

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The Real Beauty Industry
The Real Beauty Industry

Sight, sound, motion, and more beauty than your beholder eyes can handle.

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Monday Music Muse: Matt and Kim
Monday Music Muse: Matt and Kim

How to drive your neighbors crazy, or why Columbia has nothing on the Pratt Institute.

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Monday Music Muse: The Midnight Show
Monday Music Muse: The Midnight Show

A stride-stopping hit from Brooklyn’s notoriously hit-or-miss indie music scene.

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Coming to a Best-of-2009 List Near You
Coming to a Best-of-2009 List Near You

What an Anglo-Irish bard has to do with one of 2009’s yet-to-be-declared greatest albums.

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Retro Revival: The Depths of Soul
Retro Revival: The Depths of Soul

An elderly Englishman, a copyright violation, and 25,000 explorations of music’s deepest obscurity.

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2008 in Album Art
2008 in Album Art

The year’s best cover art — from albums that actually didn’t suck.

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