Valerie C.

I want to be wrapped up in all of my band shirts and cremated when I die. Throw in all my iPods for good measure.
Album Reviews“Tremors” by S O H N
April 08. 2014 | By Valerie C.

“Tremors” by S O H N

Although Tremors mostly deals with the sadness of love and loss, the smooth beats driving each song prove sometimes a little bit of darkness can be sexy.

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Album Reviews“Days Are Gone” by HAIM
September 30. 2013 | By Valerie C.

“Days Are Gone” by HAIM

Days Are Gone is an album marbled with melodic pop gems and the HAIM sisters were right in delaying it’s release until they felt it was ready for consumption. And boy, was it worth the wait.

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Album Reviews“If You Wait” by London Grammar
September 17. 2013 | By Valerie C.

“If You Wait” by London Grammar

London Grammar have a voice all their own. And what an alluring voice it is.

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Album Reviews“Paracosm” by Washed Out
August 13. 2013 | By Valerie C.

“Paracosm” by Washed Out

Upon immersing oneself in Washed Out’s aptly titled album, we are lured into a magically melodious and harmonious world.

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Album Reviews“The Hurry and The Harm” by City and Colour
June 04. 2013 | By Valerie C.

“The Hurry and The Harm” by City and Colour

Some of us prefer our City And Colour painted a little darkly, colored with a little more sorrow.

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Album Reviews“Trouble Will Find Me” by The National
May 21. 2013 | By Valerie C.

“Trouble Will Find Me” by The National

Berninger and company aren’t trying to rock your world by being flashy, there are enough bands floating around it that shallow pool. Instead, they want to be a part of it. Quietly creeping into your subconscious as easily as if breathing.

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Album Reviews"Caveman" by Caveman
April 02. 2013 | By Valerie C.

"Caveman" by Caveman

Immerse yourself in the album and know that it’s time well spent without purpose.

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Album Reviews“Birthdays” by Keaton Henson
February 26. 2013 | By Valerie C.

“Birthdays” by Keaton Henson

Poetic words beautifully strung together with music, at times fragile, with occasional bursts of certitude.

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