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The War on Drugs Review: Lost in the Dream

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The War on Drugs Lost in the Dream Philly indie rockers the War on Drugs admittedly hit my sweet spot when it comes to their sound: they create dreamy psychedelic rock with an Americana soul, sort of Wilco’s experimental side under a cloud of guitar haze. The band started out with 2008’s freewheeling Wagonwheel Blues, where they had fuzz-rocker Kurt Vile in their band as sort of a lo-fi Dylan-worshipping indie band. Since, Kurt Vile has left to do his

Inside Llewyn Davis Soundtrack Review

Inside Llewyn Davis Various Artists It is kind of hard to review a soundtrack without seeing the movie.  The context may be very important for a soundtrack.  Certain songs may be felt more deeply when accompanied by the attached story.  So, with that caveat in place, I am going to go ahead and review the original soundtrack for Inside Llewyn Davis.  I kind of figured it wouldn’t hurt, since a lot of people may want to pick up the whole

Watch/Interact With Bob Dylan’s Video For “Like A Rolling Stone”

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Bob Dylan “Like A Rolling Stone” In 1965 Bob Dylan released “Like A Rolling Stone” as a single from his album Highway 61 Revisited. The song instantly created a buzz and was considered to be a very controversial pick as a single. Clocking in at six minutes and thirteen seconds, it was one of the longest pop singles to ever be released. Not only that, but this was the first time the mass public had heard Bob Dylan in his

Top Ten Thursday: Folk University – A Primer in Folk Music

Today, we are looking at the top ten folk artists of all time.  I think at the end of piecing this list together, none of us were particularly happy that some of our individual favorites didn’t make it.  But that’s what happens when three individuals make a list this comprehensive.  Setting that aside, let’s venture into the wonderful world of folk music through a little exercise I like to call Folk University – or Folk U.  Sorry about the bad

Foxygen Review: We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic

Foxygen We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic After a barrage of EP’s and one full length album (that was released less than a year ago mind you), Foxygen was seemingly just another good garage/indie band that for the most part, I thought would perpetually be flying under the radar. Well with their sophomore effort We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic that was just released last week, they quickly proved that they offer

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