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I Am a Peanut, a Proud, Peculiar Peanut

Beth and I were considering going to see Rasputina last week, but we didn’t. That did, however, remind me that I hadn’t said anything about their two latest albums.They’re both mostly covers. The Feel-Good Hits of 1817 – It’s part … Continue reading

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Don’t Let the Earth Get in Your Eyes

Here are my thoughts on some albums I’ve heard recently, some old, some new, some borrowed, and…okay, I don’t think any of them are blue, but I’m not going to double-check the discs to find out. Robyn Hitchcock, A Star … Continue reading

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When You’re Traumatized, You Take Everything as Scary

Erin McKeown, Manifestra – Beth and I first saw McKeown perform live with the now-disgraced Jian Ghomeshi. She does catchy folk-pop music with some hints of jazz and an old-fashioned sensibility. We’ve followed her career since then, but didn’t get … Continue reading

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