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Basinski vs. Bonobo

Two tracks, about 40 minutes. That’s all it takes for avant-garde composer William Basinski to properly eulogize David Bowie in his recently released album,...

The xx come back with raw musicality

On January 13, The xx broke their five-year silence with the release of their third album, I See You. You might already be familiar...

Lady Gaga changes tune

About eight years ago, there were only a handful of words we could have used to describe Lady Gaga’s demeanour. An avant-garde, fashion-crazed hyper-diva,...

In light of a new sound

The Head and the Heart always produce fantastic music, and Signs of Light is no exception. Although this album was significantly less folksy than...

Add a little emotion to your study playlist

Based on the cover art, False Readings On by Eluvium seems like an album that contains a message about the self. The artwork is...

Tinie Tempah | Disc-Overy

With the resurgence of the British grime scene by artists like Skepta and Stormzy, past works from grime artists like Tinie Tempah have been...

Patrick Watson | Just Another Ordinary Day

Just Another Ordinary Day starts in a moody place, sounding like your average indie-rock album. Then things get weird. As you might already know,...

Alison Goldfrapp | Head First

While rummaging through The Medium’s collection of rejected albums, I found myself in awe at the album art of Alison Goldfrapp’s Head First. My...

A World Next Door | The Parlotones

They say to never judge a book by its cover or, by extension, an album by its cover art. But I think I have...

AfterpartY | The Army You Got

Ironically enough, indie rock has progressively become more and more mainstream. The growing popularity of the genre challenges upcoming artists to push the envelope...

A Honeymoon in the cold

Here’s why Lana Del Rey stays irresistibly mellow with a hint of grace: she doesn’t blame the world for her mistakes. She doesn’t even...

Think you’re classy? High Ends agrees

As arts editor, I get stuff in the mail sometimes. It’s one of the perks of the job—mystery mail appears on my desk.Before I...
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