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Lotte Kestner: Stolen [Album Review]

Let’s just throw it out there right now: Anna-Lynne Williams has one of the most captivating set of vocal cords this side of the Atlantic. Her tantalizing and dazzling voice has the ability to permeate your soul for as long as you can withstand its beauty. And it doesn’t matter the moniker or collective group she decides to use to show off her amazing talents. Whether it be as one half of Trespassers William, or the other half of Ormonde, or, in this case, as the great Lotte Kestner. Williams has a plethora of work to her title in the short years she has been performing. With Stolen, we find her handing us a beautifully done album of covers.

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Children Of Mercy: Tales and Teachings From The World Of Independent Music

Children Of Mercy: Tales and Teachings From The World Of Independent Music

With the holiday season upon us, and almost nearing completion, it might be a good time to start thinking about one of the finer, and probably more noble, sides of the season The Giving. But, as most of us know, but may not want to admit, sometimes the benefit of giving is actually the getting. So how we solve the dilemma of trying to give back, and at the same time receiving something awesome in return? I’d like to say, there’s an app for that. And there may very well be. But, there is also a nice charity project in development that could very well offer just what we need.

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Trespassers William Band

Trespassers William: The Natural Order Of Things [Album Review]

Trespassers William and their multiple corresponding side projects have always been hit or miss when it comes to producing songs that are lyrically heavy as well as experimentally obscure. But, when they do find the right combination, keep your ears open during your late night television viewing because you are likely to hear them during a crying or “finding love” scene on your favorite melodrama (they’ve have been featured on The O.C., One Tree Hill, and more). After a small stint off touring the whole damn planet, the prodigies of the strange are back with the EP The Natural Order Of Things. And although they are smaller in size, they are back in a big way.

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