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It’s easy to forget that despite his doll face, angel hair and Leonardo DiCaprio circa Romeo + Juliet looks, Bill Ryder Jones has been playing music for about sixteen years […]

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A month ago, these two tracks would have had a different echo. We would have seen them just for what they were : two songs from an album – the […]

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His voice is delicate. His guitar style tight. His songs minimalist. Physically, Tsutomu Satachi is completely spare; not a single thing sticks out of place. Faced with an entity built […]

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They hadn’t seen each other for six months. They seemed excited to meet again. Happy to be there, among the stalls of the Marché des Enfants Rouges, despite the cold. […]

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I was this close to writing 40 lines of “Kevin Morby is great” for you, because talking about everything from this guy’s talent, to his fortunate pedigree (The Babies, Woods) […]

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I remember having read that Damon McMahon responded plainly, ”I’ve had many lives” in an interview when asked about his past. His atypical path in life makes it seem, however, like […]

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That song, which I have listened to probably more than a hundred times, is for me so much a monument to folk simplicity, when a melody and a voice can […]

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There, the countryside is always green, the sheep well fed and the sea is dramatically torn up by a coast which served as the set for some of the greatest […]

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