Tag Archives: Bon Iver

Outstanding Musical Releases of 2016

James Blake The Colour in Anything

Musical artists softened the blow of a rough year by turning out some of the best releases of the decade so far.

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Best Albums of 2011

In 2011 my listening didn’t have much to do with new music that was coming out. The only cds in my car were the works in progress of my friends which have not yet come out officially.

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Bonnaroo Blog: The rest of Friday; a very long Saturday

Admittedly, I am late in posting the balance of my thoughts, observations, and analysis on the Bonnaroo weekend. Then again, I did beat Robert Smigel to publishing his account, and he’s getting paid!

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Sergius Gregory Making Quiet Music in Homer, Alaska

Sergius Gregory has taken the musician-in-a-cabin experiment leaps farther than the likes of Bon Iver.

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Only Love is All Maroon: An Interview with Bon Iver

Bon Iver

“With all your lies, you’re still very lovable.”
– “For Emma” by Bon Iver

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Album Review: Bon Iver’s For Emma, Forever Ago

Bon Iver For Emma, Forever Ago (Jagjaguwar) Two years ago, Justin Vernon spent the winter alone in his father’s Wisconsin cabin, wrestling with the ghosts of past relationships and his former self. Following a split with his band DeYarmond Edison and having moved cross-country from North Carolina, Vernon’s only plans were to cocoon himself away […]

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