Tag Archives: Listen Before You Buy

Nice To Meet You – Foreign Fields

Note: this band was previously called Flights, and that was how I wrote about them where this post was previously published at Listen Before You Buy. I have updated the name in this re-posting. Laced with piano, steeped in landscapes … Continue reading

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Princeton – Remembrance Of Things To Come

This review was originally published at Listen Before You Buy. Hailing from the lovely little land of Los Angeles, Princeton‘s sophomore effort, with its oxymoronic title  “Remembrance Of Things To Come”, is a feast of pop orchestration. Released at the … Continue reading

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Nice To Meet You – Max And The Moon

I can never say enough about how much I owe to Listen Before You Buy, not only for getting me hooked on blogging, supporting me in my own endeavors, and introducing me to some of the greatest music I’ve ever … Continue reading

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Pree – Folly

This review was originally published at Listen Before You Buy. Although I can say I have rarely heard anything like it, that doesn’t mean that the latest album from D.C. based band Pree is changing my life. Rather, this chirpy … Continue reading

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Old 97s – The Grand Theatre Volume 2

This review was originally written for Listen Before You Buy. The train-engine rolling sound of the Old 97′s doesn’t completely disappoint on their latest release “The Grand Theatre Vol. 2”. For those who appreciate Rhett Miller’s rambling poetry and fragmentary phrasing … Continue reading

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Dad Rocks! – Mount Modern Review

This review was originally written for GoldFlakePaint & was also re-published over at Listen Before You Buy. In August I moved to New York City, leaving behind the sun-weakened streets of Los Angeles, college, and grad school. A few weeks … Continue reading

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