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Famed guitarist St. Vincent releases eponymous fourth album

Annie Clark, more commonly referred to by the stage name St. Vincent, is an eccentric, brilliant musician who is one of the most inventive guitarists around. Her self-titled fourth studio album is an absolute masterwork to add to her three previous phenomenal albums. A grungy work of loud guitar, brilliant vocals and massive changes of

Music video director Woodkid releases debut, “The Golden Age”

Woodkid is an artist whose music really defies all convention. Born Yoann Lemoine of French and Polish descent, he is most notably a music video director who has directed for Katy Perry, Taylor Swift and Lana Del Rey, and won multiple awards for his videos, including a Grammy for his video of his own song

Lucius release debut “Wildewoman”

Lucius released their debut album “Wildewoman” on Tuesday, Oct. 15. The band “officially” came on the scene last year with their EP “Lucius” (2012) and were almost immediately featured on primetime shows like “New Girl.” The band features female duo Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig on vocals, Dan Molad on drums and Peter Lalish and

“Pure Heroine” is more than “Royals”

Pop culture is obsessed with excess, which leads to the odd phenomenon of droves of people chanting about a life they could never possibly afford. This is the main complaint of New Zealand alt-pop artist Lorde. With poignant criticism of pop culture and catchy beats, she has become a superstar overnight—and for good reason. Born

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