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Monthly Archive for September, 2014

“These award-winning sound healing pioneers have created this beautiful album as an effective tool for energizing and balancing the chakras….It is ideal for meditation, healing, yoga and overall relaxation.” –Soundings of the Planet Check Our Catalog

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Lana Del Rey: Ultraviolence

“[H]ere she’s found the perfect musical vehicle for her vision. Ultraviolence sounds tragic and beautiful—darkly-shaded ballads are what she was created to make, and this album is nothing but, a Concept Album from a Concept Human….She’s a pop music original full-stop, and there are not nearly enough of those around.” –Pitchfork Check Our Catalog Listen Now

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“The soundtrack to Divergent, the first film adapted from Veronica Roth’s dystopian young adult novel series, reflects the story’s high-tech future — in which people are separated into factions based on their virtues — in its mix of EDM and hip-hop. Even if the EDM craze had peaked somewhat by the time of the film’s 2014 release, […]

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Blondie: 4(0)-Ever

“Blondie 4(0)-Ever bundles together two albums, a collection of new material called Ghosts of Download, and Greatest Hits Deluxe Redux, a re-recorded set of Blondie favorites….As for Harry, her vocals are cool, stylish, and well-controlled” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog Listen Now

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Ray Lamontagne: Supernova

“Over four previous albums, singer and songwriter Ray LaMontagne has presented as many different musical portraits of himself….Supernova is unapologetically and indulgently retro… with LaMontagne’s open, expertly crafted songwriting and breezy, sensual, emotionally unburdened signing.” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog

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Coldplay: Ghost Stories

“If your heart is shattered and you want to slide into self-pity, turn here. If you are feeling free and want to woo a new love, turn here. If you want to just enjoy every soft, supple turn a rock band could do, turn here. Coldplay are here for comfort, as Ghost Stories proves time and time again.” –All […]

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“Hypnotic Eye is Petty’s 13th studio album with the Heartbreakers… emboldened or sweetened… by Mike Campbell’s inexhaustible supply of riffs and Petty’s devotion to the chorus….As a band, the Heartbreakers sound great….No myths to sell, just the idea of a working rock band reclaiming what’s left of a center-right boomer rock coalition. Hynoptic Eye gets my vote.” –Spin […]

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“It’s musically as rich and worldly as Morrissey gets….Recorded in France, the album makes the world its business, encompassing meditative drones along with flamenco guitars and mariachi horns. It’s as meticulously detailed as it is cosmopolitan.” –Pitchfork Check Our Catalog

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Jim Gaffigan: Obsessed

“Gaffigan has become one of the best in the business at stitching together a solid comedy set. Jokes fly every three or four seconds, some barely finished before he moves on to the next setup. Obsessed features brilliant transitions and the few call-backs feel genuine and earned.” –A.V. Club Check Our Catalog Listen Now

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“‘My mom and I making a record together is something we have talked about doing for a very long time,’ Harper tells Rolling Stone. ‘I guess you could say a lifetime….It’s produced like early Elvis. Not one thing is plugged in. It’s all acoustic. I think they’re going to call it Americana, but it’s soul, California, […]

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“Whether they’re exploring gentle, Brazilian-influenced harmonies, drifting folk, or psychedelic pop, it’s clear that Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl, better known as the Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, are on a journey of creative exploration. On Midnight Sun, the pair follow their artistic muse into the realm of fuzzy psych rock.” –All Music […]

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Old 97’s: Most Messed Up

“[T]he Old 97’s kick off their tenth studio album, and if this band sounds older and just a bit wiser 20 years on from their first full-length, Most Messed Up is the album where they happily cop to their status as rock & roll lifers, and this set plays like the work of a veteran […]

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