Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Civil Wars – “Barton Hollow”

When Christian Contemporary Stars Meet Johnny Depp Doppelgangers What the Folk? with Tyler Hiott Look at those two. Attractive. Mysterious. Mystifying. Serious. A perfect visual image to reflect the sounds conceived by their brilliant collective minds. Meet Joy Williams and John Paul … Continue reading

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Beyoncé – “4”

” ‘4,’ or How I Learned to Type the Letter É” By Eric Webb This is going to be a review of a Beyoncé album. Fair warning. I spent a good while trying to find the right natural disaster that … Continue reading

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Incubus – “If Not Now, When?”

An Elegant Aberration By Matt Jones Incubus is back, but not in the way you might expect. Fresh off an extended hiatus following the release of their last album Light Grenades in 2006 and subsequent touring, the band released its … Continue reading

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Various artists – “Rave On Buddy Holly”

“Love letters to a man with hipster frames.” By Eric Webb This is the story of a boy named Buddy. He wore thick-rimmed black glasses, not because it was cool, but because it was the 1950s. He helped shape American … Continue reading

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Bon Iver – (Self Titled)

Wisconsin: A land of cheese, a land of ambition. What the Folk? with Tyler Hiott Justin Vernon, the frontman behind the moniker, is an artist’s artist.  Sometime before 2007, a sick and melancholic Vernon would retreat to a cabin in the northern … Continue reading

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All Time Low – “Dirty Work”

Latest Nostalgia By Matt Jones I should preface this review by saying that I have been a huge fan of All Time Low for years. I am not ashamed of this either. I found out about them in late high … Continue reading

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Death Cab for Cutie – “Codes and Keys”

“Emo doesn’t die. It just gets married.” By Eric Webb This review has no chance of being entirely objective. You see, as a 15-year-old only allowed to listen to Christian rock and oldies, Death Cab was one of the first … Continue reading

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