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Tuesday 9 July 2013
Arts Music

album review: sigur ros, kveikur

Christine Campbell
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In June 2013, Sigur Rós released their seventh studio album, Kveikur. I’ll spare you the history lesson, but essentially, Sigur Rós and especially the band’s lead singer, Jónsi Birgisson, are producing some of the most creative music today. In my mind, I equate what both Sigur Rós and Jónsi in his solo career are doing as…
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Monday 10 June 2013
Culture Film

[rewind] café de flore

Kirstyn Paul
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This may very well be one of my favourite films and trying to articulate exactly what this movie evokes is proving to be quite difficult. I should state that this is not one for everyone, starting with the fact that it’s a French film and if subtitles aren’t your thing, bow out now gracefully… Haunting,…
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Thursday 28 March 2013
Music

album review: daughter, if you leave

Christine Campbell
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Indie-folk trio Daughter has been becoming more and more a part of my universe lately. I first heard about the band, which started out in 2010 as lead singer Elena Tora’s solo work, a couple months ago. A good friend of mine who always sends me the best new music sent through a link to their…
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Wednesday 6 October 2010
Culture Music Opinion

album review: jónsi, go

Christine Campbell
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What is there to say about Jónsi? If you’re a fan, you’re die-hard. If you have no idea what the name means, you’re in for a history lesson. Instead of offering a typical track-by-track review with which I am becoming quickly too comfortable, I am going to give you faithful readers an (unbiased as I…
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