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Regina Spektor Review: Cheap Seats, Sick Beats

Regina Spektor What We Saw From the Cheap Seats I don’t know if female singer-songwriter is really a particular genre of music because female singer-songwriters can span many genres.  Either way, I really have a thing for female singer-songwriters.  A few, like Cat Power, Joanna Newsom, Fiona Apple, and Jenny Lewis have never done anything to substantially turn me off throughout their careers.  Regina Spektor, on the other hand, released Far as her follow-up to the wonderful 2006’s Begin to

Lana Del Rey – Born to Die Review

Lana Del Rey Born to Die From the very get-go, people questioned Lana’s legitimacy. She seemed like a great catch at first, but she was only a YouTube sensation without a full album. Her voice is deep and dark, and has this classic feel to it that catches your attention instantly. Meanwhile, the music backing her is almost more intriguing than her voice. Hip/hop beats, beautiful baroque orchestration, and sadcore synth stylings all fused together. Because she seems so original,