I just have to say, the first half of 2015 has been a monster. It’s rare in a year you get an album you will come back to constantly for years to come and so far in 2015, we have three of those. We’ll get to those with our top three thus far, but first, seven more albums to visit.
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I’m not sure there is a bigger enigma in music right now than Sufjan Stevens. His music output has been incredibly sporadic, but when he does release music, it pours out of him. I have nearly everything Sufjan has put out, and of the 245 songs in my iTunes, 65 are about Midwestern states, 14 about the Chinese New Year, 13 about a bridge, and 98 about Christmas. That only leaves 55 songs about everything else. Yet, with as strange
Sufjan Stevens Carrie & Lowell Constantly making the left-turn, Sufjan Stevens stands in a small pool of artists that is always making unexpected but decidedly brilliant turns in his career. To some, it’s clearly disappointing when an artist like Sufjan is doing something that works so well and stops (two brilliant albums on Michigan and Illinois in his 50 states project and then completely dropped it) or delivers a lot of something you don’t necessarily want (over 100 of the
We at LxL are men for all seasons, and winter is no exception. As three people grown up and still suffering through the Midwestern cold, we get the meaning of winter. So we know you need a little musical help to get you through the harsh cold. Here are our top ten albums of winter. Enjoy.
2015 is set to be a year we hear from a bunch of creative heavy-hitters. Last year was largely dominated by quiet contemplative records, this year I think will be full of big-time records. So here are our 10 most anticipated records of 2015. 10. Father John Misty Father John Misty, aka Joshua Tillman, is a modern master of musical satire, a lost art these days. His debut of “Bored in the USA” on Letterman, which takes modern capitalist quasi-religious