As 2015 winds to a close today, we celebrate by reflecting on our favorite releases of the year. With so many amazing albums to choose from, this list most thoroughly reflects our taste and what we found ourselves naturally drawn … Continue reading
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Too Much by Sufjan Stevens Sufjan Stevens‘ long-awaited new LP The Age of Adz is due October 12 on Asthmatic Kitty.
Clearly it’s a huge week for music in NYC, with both THE ARCADE FIRE and BJORK in town for a cavalcade of sold-out shows. Also playing (mostly sold-out shows) this week are LCD SOUNDSYSTEM, YACHT, AIR, TV ON THE RADIO, … Continue reading