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Kolejny weekend 😍kolejne imprezy 🤩 Piękna pogoda ☀️ i piękne plany 🔥 27/06 @lewitacja 28/06 @malpie.sztuczki 29/06 Wedding Party with @djsoundspace.pl Zapraszam na letnie orzeźwiające drinki 🍸🍹 i oczywiście tańce na barze 💃🏻🕺🏻

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NEED COVER AT FOR YOUR NEXT SINGLE MIXTAPE OR EVEN ALBUM ? LET IS HELP!!!! Affordable rates+QUALITY WORK= US 😂 LETS WORK Artist- @youngtonefresh Project- Chase a check #network #studio #vibe #music #life #new #insta #raptors #nba #champ #freegame #musicindustry #musiclove #work #musicvideo #hiphop #island #reggae

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NEED COVER AT FOR YOUR NEXT SINGLE MIXTAPE OR EVEN ALBUM ? LET IS HELP!!!! Affordable rates+QUALITY WORK= US 😂 LETS WORK Artist- @itslilganja x @ybmrdoitall Song- Running Out #network #studio #vibe #music #life #new #insta #raptors #nba #champ #freegame #musicindustry #musiclove #work #musicvideo #hiphop #island #reggae

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Really happy and excited to sign to @counterrecords @ninjatune today my dream label ☺️ wasn’t going to post this pic because it’s a bit bait but everyone said I had to so... 🧡

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Come join us with our fun Music Summer Camp🎼🎶 Richmond Academy 604-273-6661 Coquitlam Academy 604-941-8447 North Vancouver Academy 604-988-9974 Surrey Academy 604-588-3200 Victoria Academy 250-383-5223 . . . #enrollment #summer #music #musicschool #backtoschool #yvrevents #vancitybuzz #musiclove #musiclife #academy #learn #learnmusic #musicartist #afterschool #mommyandme #education #musiceducation #teachersofinstagram #musiclessons #musiclessonsforkids #musiclessonsforadults #musiceducator #kids_of_our_world #kids #childrenofinstagram #tomleemusic #motivation #musicteacher #summertime

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"The arts are therapeutic and emotionally cathartic for most of us. Art has a healing function, and if we didn't have our uncensored and free creative outlet or enjoy other people's music, dance, theatre, sculpture, painting and cinema, there would be a lot more sick and hateful people in the world. A world without art would leave us bereft of a language of beauty; we would lose access to one of the primary ways that spirit reaches people. Forunately, as long as humans exist, a world without art cannot occur, because where there are people, there is art." -Alex Grey, "The mission of art" (1997).

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• And should this be the last thing I see I want you to know it's enough for me 'Cause all that you are is all that I'll ever need • @teddysphotos 💙💫 #edsheeran #dividetour #divideworldtour #milan #sansiro #sansirostadium #milano #music #live #concert #edsheerantour #edsheeranconcert #edsheeranmusic #edsheerandividetour #musicvideo #musician #artist #musiclovers #musiclove #musicartist #tb

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Очень красивое видео😍жаль, короткое( Люблю природу, искусство, музыку🙏😻 А вы? Кто у нас играет на фортепиано? Кто ваш любимый пианист? Моцарт, Шопен?❤️🎹 ________________________________ #x7kings #lovemusic #love #music #mermaid #sea #ocean #nature #piano #lovepiano #lovenature #loveocean #lovesea #musiclove #pianolove #pianocover #beyonce #lovebeyonce #mood #kbmood #bymoodp⭐️

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Black Tarantula on the road. Check the full clip: https://youtu.be/ncE1ogbYzzM

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JUTRO - 16:00 - "NIC MNIE TU NIE TRZYMA" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aoXGUi1Plg Wiecie co? Przez ostatni miesiąc nagrałem całą płytę, z czego wybrałem 11 najlepszych kawałków. I miało to wyglądać tak, że premiere albumu zrobię w moje urodziny 9 lipca. Tymczasem ze względu na jakość chcę ją jeszcze dopracować, nagrać ze 2-3 piosenki dopinające RIP'N'ROLL i dopiero dać Wam możliwość nabycia wydania fizycznego. JUTRO WLATUJE PIERWSZY NUMER Z KLIPEM, pozostałe klipy są w toku, tak więc słyszymy się za niedługo. I jeszcze jedno - nie nagrałem tej płyty żeby nabić wyświetlenia, trafić do nowego grona odbiorców, ani żeby coś na tym zyskać. To zbiór emocjonalnych, osobistych utworów, więc niezależnie czy tutaj będzie 10k like, czy tylko 1, chciałem się po prostu wygadać :) Dzięki za uwagę. STAY TUNED. #bigvamous #polishboy #instaboy #rock #rockmusic #polishmusician #officialvideo #ripnroll #rap #olsztyn #music #love #musiclove #sad #emotional #nature #qbif #saiker #sky #sunglasses #photooftheday #picoftheday #instalike #followme #instaphoto #youtube #nicmnietunietrzyma #poland

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Barrington Levy vs Daweh Congo. Contrasting styles over a tuff roots radics riddim, love both equally. Dawehs line ”There is a place they call the third world - thats were they go to search for diamonds & pearls” ✊🏾💣🔥 #barringtonlevy #dawehcongo #rootsradics #reggae #dub #roots #selection #reggaecollection #oneaway #musiclove #givethanks

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Vídeo Oficial de Porta-voz. [LETRA] A cidade já dormiu lá fora Agora eu posso descansar Os motivos de uma coisa levar a outra São as escolhas que fazemos pra chegar Quem tem raíz acolhe o vento Não deixa escorregar Aqueles raros momentos Em que os pés no chão nos fazem voar Sou porta voz de algo bom mas ainda não fiquei rouco Com esforços quase em vão Ainda não fiquei louco, eu não perdi a minha voz Quem tem raíz acolhe o vento Não deixa escorregar Aqueles raros momentos Em que os pés no chão nos fazem voar Mesmo que você julgue inútil eu quero saber Quantos passos se dão pra chegar ao lugar onde não se vê #musica #musical #musicvideo #musician #musicislife #musiclover #musicallyapp #musicians #musiclife #instamusic #mpb #musically #musicfestival #musicismylife #musiclove #musiclovers #musicflow #sertanejo #guitarra #show #musicon #song #musicbox #reggaeton #cantante #musictime #originalsound #cover #musictherapy #musiccity

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Мне очень понравилось её улыбка🥀 🎶Трек - Принцесса🖤 🎙Бабек Мамедрзаев Друзья поставьте эту страничку в свою историю и я пролайкаю все ваши публикации... Помогите для развития канала😊 #music #musicwithvideo #musiclove #musiclyrics #музыкастекстом #музыкавдуше #музыка #музыкалюбви #tashkent #uzbekistan #moscow #russia #kazakhstan #almata

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Quem já foi em algum dos nossos shows, sabe das versões irreverentes que a gente faz e se diverte cantando juntos. Gravamos algumas delas e vamos ir compartilhando com vocês. Então, chama toda a família para a sala, liga o karaokê e canta esse clássico brasileiro. Vale tocar no churrasco também. #musica #musical #musicvideo #musician #musicislife #musiclover #musicallyapp #musicians #musiclife #instamusic #mpb #musically #musicfestival #musicismylife #musiclove #musiclovers #musicflow #sertanejo #guitarra #show #musicon #song #musicbox #reggaeton #cantante #musictime #originalsound #cover #musictherapy #musiccity

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Amizade, é sempre bom celebrar. A música "Astronauta" fala sobre experiência de vida após um longo caminho, muitas vezes duro. Mas o que seria disso tudo sem as amizades que a gente coleciona no caminho? É muito bom ter amigos pra dividir as tristezas, mas também as alegrias, como esse pôr do sol fazendo o que mais amamos fazer. #musica #musical #musicvideo #musician #musicislife #musiclover #musicallyapp #musicians #musiclife #instamusic #mpb #musically #musicfestival #musicismylife #musiclove #musiclovers #musicflow #sertanejo #guitarra #show #musicon #song #musicbox #reggaeton #cantante #musictime #originalsound #cover #musictherapy #musiccity

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One of my favorite music projects of all time!! The synapse EP is one of those projects that comes off like a movie soundtrack, minus the movie. From the very start of the first song the swelling synth chords along with the often delicate instrumentation evoke strong emotions. The loud yet purposeful energy that the EP exudes is evocative of an action packed climax in a film. I’ve had several conversations with friends about what would be happening in the imaginary movie as the songs progressed. Murtagh collaborates with not only Japanese artist Aiobahn, but also a vocalist by the name of Noctilucent. Despite seemingly being an undiscovered talent, Noctilucent’s performance on ‘This Time’ is hands down one of the best moments on the EP in my opinion. The aforementioned song is one of the most evocative moments on the album (both starting and ending with a haunting sound of a telephone off the hook. This ‘narrative’ is even further supported by the powerful into that comes before it, the title track ‘Synapse’. Overall, I can’t recommend this EP enough, I get a lot of @madeon and/or @zedd vibes from the aforementioned two tracks, and even smacks of @virtualself on the final track, “Escape”. Synapse is certainly one of my favorites, from an artist who I never expected to fall in love with as much as I did. #murtagh #synapseep #music #edm #musicreview #love #albumart #musiclove

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✖️NEUE PODCASTFOLGE | NEUES VIDEO✖️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Folge #038: Young Ambition! Interview mit Kenny Label und Iammagun ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Heute lernt ihr die freshen dudes @kenny.label und @iammagun kennen. Die jungen Künstler machen seit einer Weile zusammen Musik und erzählen nicht nur, wie diese große Passion sie miteinander verbindet, sondern auch, wie man bereits als junger Mensch seinen Weg gehen kann. Besonders in einem Umfeld, wo es ganz anders zugeht. Wir sprechen ganz viel über Mindset und wie sehr Einstellung und work ethic immer das Ergebnis bestimmen. Soooo beeindruckend, wie ambitioniert sie ihre Ziele verfolgen! Die zwei arbeiten superhart an ihren Träumen und das alles findet grundsätzlich nach der Schule und Arbeit statt. Während andere in dem Alter Geld und Zeit verfeiern, stecken Kenny Label und Iammagun alles in Equipment, Produktion und Weiterentwicklung.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Spannend war für mich auch zu wissen, woher sie ihre Inspiration für Reime und Beats nehmen und wie sie generell ihr Selbstbewusstsein aufgebaut haben, um als Resultat so straight ihre Tracks und Musikvideos zu teilen. Erfahrt außerdem, was es mit dem Project 5 auf sich hat und vieles, vieles mehr! Danke euch 2 für die insights! ♥️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ DAS VIDEO findet ihr auf YouTube🎥: CEO deines Lebens 🎥⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ PODCAST 🎧: Gedanken2Go -- Spotify | iTunes | Stitcher 🎧

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I’m alright, I got Sunshine on my mind💛 @2daysound #newrelease #musiclove #2daysound

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“The way I feel inside: Is there something wrong? Why do I feel like dusk at dawn?”- So Says I. -6.28.19- 📷: @daxharris

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• If I was your girlfriend, would you let me dress you? I mean, help you pick out your clothes before we go out? Not that you're helpless, but sometime, sometime, those are the things that bein' in love's about If I was your one and only friend Would you run to me, if somebody hurt you, even if that somebody was me? Sometimes I trip on how happy we could be... please! ~ #prince #theartistformerlyknownasprince #princefan #princefans #artist #artists #musicartist #musicartists #musician #musicians #singer #singers #malesinger #popmusician #music #musica #funkymusic #80smusic #eightiesmusic #lyrics #lyricsart #lyricedit #lyricedits #ilovemusic #lovemusic #musiclove #musiclover #musiclovers #musicfan #musicfans

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#housemusic #musical #newmusichappy #musicvideo #countrymusic #musicislife #partymusic #musicians #musiclife #musicfestival #musicallyapp #musiclove #musicismylife #electronicmusic #dancemusic #musicproducer #trapmusic #rockmusic #indiemusic #popmusic #hiphopmusic #musicproduction #musically #стиль #мода #тренд #subscribe #подписказаподписку #взаимновсё #housemusic #musical #newmusichappy #musicvideo #countrymusic #musicislife #partymusic #musicians #musiclife #musicfestival #musicallyapp #musiclove #musicismylife #electronicmusic #dancemusic #musicproducer #trapmusic #rockmusic #indiemusic #popmusic #hiphopmusic #musicproduction #musically #стиль #мода #тренд #subscribe #подписказаподписку #взаимновсё #housemusic #musical #newmusichappy #musicvideo #countrymusic #musicislife #partymusic #musicians #musiclife #musicfestival #musicallyapp #musiclove #musicismylife #electronicmusic #dancemusic #musicproducer #trapmusic #rockmusic #indiemusic #popmusic #hiphopmusic #musicproduction #musically #стиль #мода #тренд #subscribe #подписказаподписку #взаимновсё #housemusic #musical #newmusichappy #musicvideo #countrymusic #musicislife #partymusic #musicians #musiclife #musicfestival #musicallyapp #musiclove #musicismylife #electronicmusic #dancemusic #musicproducer #trapmusic #rockmusic #indiemusic #popmusic #hiphopmusic #musicproduction #musically #стиль #мода #тренд #subscribe #подписказаподписку #взаимновсё #housemusic #musical #newmusichappy #musicvideo #countrymusic #musicislife #partymusic #musicians #musiclife #musicfestival #musicallyapp #musiclove #musicismylife #electronicmusic #dancemusic #musicproducer #trapmusic #rockmusic #indiemusic #popmusic #hiphopmusic #musicproduction #musically #стиль #мода #тренд #subscribe #подписказаподписку #взаимновсё #housemusic #musical #newmusichappy #musicvideo #countrymusic #musicislife #partymusic #musicians #musiclife #musicfestival #musicallyapp #musiclove #musicismylife #electronicmusic #dancemusic #musicproducer #trapmusic #rockmusic #indiemusic #popmusic #hiphopmusic #musicproduction #musica

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A beat that I did for Smiffa's track RedCap in the last days... 2020 EP realese... What do you mean hot or shit ...Keep climbing MOUNTANA FAM... DM ( @INSTA) or Mail (in BIO) 4 collab and Beat purchase or visit me on https://www.youbeats.net/AcidWalker.html?ref=AcidWalker ... #producer #music #hiphop #rap #beats #artist #rapper #trap #newmusic #musicproducer #musiclove #musician #beatmaker #studio #rnb #hiphopmusic #flstudio #rappers #trapmusic #rapmusic #follow #producerlife #instamusic  #instabeats #instaproducer #beatmaker #like #melody #genre #badassstudio #mountana

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Кавер😘 Вся такая в белом Но не для меня Вся такая в платье Красивей день ото дня Делаешь мотивы драмы В жизни моей Делаешь мотивы Но все хотят веселей... #music #musica #musician #cover #musiclife #musiclover #musicproducer #musicfestival #musicphotography #musicproduction #musiclovers #covergirl #Covers #musiccity #musicstudio #musicvideos #musiclove #musicphotographer #musicman #musico #musictherapy #musicbox #covered #musicblog #musicforlife #musicbusiness #musicjunkie #musicbank #musiccover #musicforthesoul

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The Pickin’ team needed a few moments to collect our thoughts and calm our hearts before we could speak out to y'all. We are grieving alongside everyone over the tremendous loss of our bluegrass brother and inspiration to many, Jeff Austin. You could consider Pickin’ to be in its infancy stage of music production. We have enjoyed our experiences with all of our artists but there's something special that Jeff brought to us. Individually, he has impacted our crew in very personal, memorable and humble ways. From simple things like his pure joy when handed a bag of sour gummy worms and his great eagerness and excitement to have his family with him at the festival, to being able to share his mesmerizing style of Jamgrass with new ears in such a special place. Jeff reminded us why we do what we do and why we love it so much. It was a privilege and honor to know him and to grow with him on a personal level over this last year. Know that we will continue to share Jeff’s light and love throughout this world, every day. Let's pull together in this time of pain and find comfort in each other, love, and music. Hug those next to you, listen to their needs and fears, comfort and hold their hand in times of trouble, share your love fiercely, and never give up. We are working to not replace Jeff at Pickin' On Picknic 2019, but to pay our greatest respect by honoring him and his music. Jeff will very much be with us all throughout the event. We will announce when details are finalized this week. In the meantime, please keep his family in your thoughts during this challenging time. You may contribute here to help - https://sweetrelief.org/jeff-austin-fund/?fbclid=IwAR0qWXGtYzK48Vxj5G0101ohsyNEppUtTk7e1D88YEGEiehvv-4mrVIqx3c •⁣⠀ •⁣ • • #pickinonpicknic #pickinonpicknic2019 #pickinfestival #kickassbluegrass #jamgrass #bluegrassfestival #music #bluegrass #jeffaustin #love #loss #hugyourlovedones #musicfestival #musiclover #musicismylife #musiclovers #musiclove #musictime #musicislife #festivalseason #musiclife #festival #musicians #livemusic #musicfestivals #musicjunkie #musicfest #festivallife ⁣⠀

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“The love of a man feeds his soul, gives his heart eternal happiness and enlightens his life, but when she breaks his heart, he becomes a shallow man, a body without a soul, who devotes his life to loneliness and despair.” ― Sami Abouzid Delusional Love ( Careless Hearts ) Music composed, arranged, mixed, mastered, performed and produced by Sami Abouzid, Art Direction by Sami Abouzid NumberOneMusic Charts | weeks39,40,41,42,43,45,46,47,48, 50 and 51 Hi Sami abouzid! Congratulations, Your song is #1 for Film Music in United States! #music #video #musiclove #newmusic #nowplaying #radio #live #apple #life #hiphop #artist #musicartist #rock #music #musician #musicians #musicproducer #musicvideo #musicman #musicismylife #musicianlife #musicmonday #musicstudio #soundcloud #podcast #spotify #applemusic #tidal #musicstreaming #itunes “Die Liebe eines Mannes speist seine Seele, schenkt seinem Herzen ewiges Glück und erleuchtet sein Leben, aber wenn sie sein Herz bricht, wird er ein flacher Mann, ein Körper ohne Seele, der sein Leben der Einsamkeit und Verzweiflung widmet.” ― Sami Abouzid The Lord of Lightning Sami ,How long can a good thing last.All I know is you seem to be up to the task.Your music rings in my ears and brings happiness not tears.So you've got nothing to fear.Your a real standout with that wonderful music vibration.You can rock a nation and thats a real revelation.You have created something that you desire and you takes the listener higher and higher .Its all wothwhile and I love your style.Let me know whats up.Stay in touch. Francisco Merino Morales Nice sounds. Congratulations and greetings from Spain

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New cover online on YouTube 🎶🎼 Please go check it out, link's in my bio 👌 #ukulele #music #vancejoy #riptide #cover #youtube #enjoy #enjoymusic #dowhatyouloveandlovewhatyoudo #afterwork #eveningjam #jam #musiclove #rythm

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Happy Birthday EKANSH!❤ @ekanshmamgai @ekanshmamgai i really fall short of words Just can't express exactly But you and i know you understand it clearly. I RESPECT YOU A LOT ❤ YOU'RE JUST THE BEST ❤ I just can't say anything much when it comes to you, You're really very special to me and just INSPIRE ME! ❤🌎 ALL I WOULD LIKE TO SAY... Be open to all those amazing changes, which are waiting for you! The world is full of adventure, excitement, and happiness, explore them with every second of your life. Happy Birthday! Let your life be filled with accomplishments and luck! ❤ GOD BLESS YOU. STAY HAPPY. You will achieve everything you want, OBVIOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Happy Birthday! lots of love. From - your fan/fam (you call us fam 🌎) @ekanshmamgai #music #musicforlife #musicforhealing #passionformusic #musiclove #lovemusiclife #iheartmusic #iheartmusicbeats #Ekheartbeatsforlife #kanavchawlaofficial😊 #music #musicforlife #musicforhealing #passionformusic #musiclove #lovemusiclife #photography #goodmorning #morningvibes #brightmorning #loveuekansh #ekteam #ekteamwork #issahardworkingpeople #trueartist #bestartist #music #musiclove #terebin #songlove #truemusician #Ekheartbeatsforlife #ekheartbeatsforlife #ekheartbeats #musicforlife #sunshine #mysunshine #sunshinelover

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We're excited to bring you another massive release on Big Booty Bass. "Let Me Think" from @horge_ will be available across all digital and streaming platforms next Friday, July 5th! . . . . #bigbootybass #bbb #tune #artists #music #bassmusic #release #musicproduction #musicproducer #musician #musicrelease #losangeles #la #drumandbass #dnb #newmusic #beats #dance #events #instamusic #instagood #bass #dancemusic #dance #musiclove #electronicmusic #dj #goodmusic #producer #nightlife

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"Głos rozsądku w nas samych" ' vel. "Jeszcze w zielone gramy" " Tym którzy cenią autentyczność nie trzeba nic więcej, poza odrobiną obecności.. W tym świecie to wszystko.. zobaczysz, sam prędzej czy później się o tym przekonasz.. Oni mówią pieniądze i gonią za kwitem, a gdy je wreszcie mają dostrzegają pustkę, Kiedy nie ma kogoś z kim możnaby je dzielić, pieniądze powoli stają się niczym, Nie dają Ci o tym fakcie zapomnieć, a w ten właśnie sposób Ty sam stajesz się powoli zapomnianym faktem.. ------------------------- „Szczęście to jedyna rzecz, która się mnoży, jeśli się ją dzieli” - Albert Schweitzer ------------------------- Wszystko zrodziło się z prostoty, zobacz, spójrz, obserwuj i ucz się, Delektuj się chwilą.. Nie załapałeś się do tej pory na własną? Nic nie szkodzi, Mam takie przeczucie, że kolejna będzie równie piękna 😊🙏☯️🙏🙌 ' ©**bezkresmojegoja**®

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Madness for the Masses - Chaos Alberta Festival is the province's newest 2-day rock festival for passionate rock & metal fans who love to party.⁠⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⁠⠀⠀⠀⠀ The concepts Cosmic developed referenced olde fashioned carnivals, complete with conjoined twins, strongmen and acrobatics. In other words, it was a designer's creative dream to work on!⁠⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⁠⠀⠀⠀⠀ Swipe through to see Martha's "other half" 👉🏼⁠⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⁠⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⁠⠀⠀⠀⠀ #chaosalberta2019 #GraphicDesign #Design #Designer #DesignerLife #Designs #Designers #DesignInspo #DesignArt #Studio #DesignStudio #Illustration #Illustrated #Art #MyArt #ArtistsOfInstagram #Artist #Artwork #TheDesignTip #Designspiration #Behance #Music #MusicLife #MusicLove #Guitar #rockmusic #rockfestival #musicfestival⁠⠀⠀⠀⠀

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Happy Humpday! Here’s a playlist by @truenorthrecords on @spotify to remind you WHY you go to work everyday! 💰 Link in bio!⁣ ⁣ Playlist includes artists such as @the_barenakedladies@jeremybenjaminmisic@arianagrande@pinkfloyd@jamestaylor_com@acdc@50cent@samsmith@oldmanluedecke@dollyparton and more!

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WER DAS NÄCHSTE MAL NICHT DABEI IST VERPASST WAS!!!! Versprochen 🙌🏼 #goa #psytrance #stampfen #friends #psychedelic #psylove #psy #enjoy #music #musiclove #dancefloor #dance

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The fourth album by Marina Diamandis, and her first without the mantle of “Marina and the Diamonds,” arrives after four years spent battling depression and self-doubt. Her first priority in composing Love + Fear seems to have been returning to a place where music could be enjoyable, and generative, and healing; in a word, safe. The qualities that so endeared her to fans—her vulnerability, her appetite for risk, her unflinching handling of misogyny —are absent here. “We don’t have the time to be introspective when there are more important things happening,” Marina recently told Fader. Without introspection, the lyrics of Love + Fear feel fully incidental to the songs swirling around them. When Marina’s vocal delivery allows a glimmer of personality to shine through the genericism, the results are lovely. “Baby,” a collaboration with Clean Bandit, stands head and shoulders above every other track. On “No More Suckers,” Marina’s bratty, schoolyard-taunt delivery recalls Cher Lloyd’s 2011 single “Want U Back,” elevating standard break-up fare into something witty and winking. Elsewhere, though, Marina finds herself unable—or maybe afraid—to offer any originality. “True” is little more than a string of bland body-positivity slogans, too stale for a Dove commercial a decade ago. Marina has called “To Be Human” the album’s “most political song,” she resists making any definitive statements. When she sings, “There were riots in America/Just when things were getting better,” she doesn’t deign to place the lyric in context. Which riots? What was getting better, and for whom? By contrast, “Savages,” from 2015’s Froot, offered a blazing indictment of human aggression that demonstrated Marina’s strength as a songwriter: “I’m not afraid of God/I am afraid of man.” In the past, whether Marina was working in a diaristic mode or a fictive one, she never caved to normality. That Marina—the lyricist who wasn’t afraid to detail the taste of toothpaste on a lover’s tongue, the vocalist who wasn’t afraid to punctuate a sentence with a feral shriek—has gone missing. The temptation of safe is undeniable, but mononyms are earned by embracing risk.

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When she first emerged in 2016 with her viral Soundcloud hit "Ocean Eyes," the moody, silver-haired Eilish seemed like just another dreamy teenage LA singer/songwriter. The trickle of songs that led to her follow-up EP Don’t Smile At Me, however, proved that Eilish was made of darker stuff. Combining text and Instagram word-speak with bold electropop, she was busily crafting a girl-positive emotional world for the Netflix generation, and she has slowly become an alternative icon. For her long-awaited debut album, 17 year-old Eilish has gone deeper into the weirdo-pop trench. Together with co-collaborator brother and producer Finneas O’Connell, she has drawn on trap and industrial pop to create a darkly humorous record about romance, rejection and addiction. Raised by a family of actor/musicians, Eilish and her brother lace the songs with pop culture references and a sense of drama. "Xanny," for instance, reprises Bacharach’s "Alfie," in a soporific, distorted showtune, while "Wish You Were Gay" links Joan Jett-style glam footstomping to a delicate chorus. “To spare my pride/Don’t say I’m not your type/Just not your preferred sexual orientation,” Eilish sings, with mournful deliberation. "Bury A Friend," the album’s stand-out track, develops the theme of darkly, dysfunctional friendship, with her vocodered voice looped through effects and filters. Just when you think that the clever, lugubrious tone is getting slightly wearisome ("Listen Before I Go"), Eilish breaks out into a track of clear, melodic beauty with "I Love You." Here she links the Lana Del Rey dreaminess of her early songs with the savvy, hip-hop inspired artist that she has become. And this is just the start.

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Julia Holter isn't prone to small, easy statements. Baroque and oblique in equal measure, her music teases out obscure details and ineffable moods through lush orchestral arrangements and expansive structures. She's a purposeful songwriter whose work demands patience. That's never been more apparent than on her fifth studio album. Clocking in at a whopping 90 minutes, and offering up relatively few hooks before the halfway mark, Aviary doesn't make concessions to passive listeners. But those who stick with it will be treated to Holter's most touching work yet: a lyrical, meticulously composed album that treasures empathy and togetherness amid turbulence and uncertainty. Achieving that harmony isn't simple, though. The first-person narratives that Holter used to great effect on tracks like "World" and "How Long?" are largely absent on Aviary. Instead, she leaves listeners to pick through impressionistic fragments and reconstitute them into something meaningful. "Les Jeux to You" sees her joyously tossing out a mishmash of verbs, while "Words I Heard" refutes chaos with a pure declaration of love. It's a potent fulfillment of "I Shall Love 2," a centrepiece that turns a simple declaration into a triumphant refrain. As exultant as Holter's lyrics can be, the compositions on Aviary lift them even higher. This is her most synthetic album since 2012's Ekstasis, but its electronic flourishes never overwhelm the naturalism of traditional instruments. Synthesizers bob steadily over a bed of strings on "Whether," burble like a creek on "Another Dream," and ring out notes like bells on "Colligere." Everything feels cohesive, even as Holter channels everything from a sombre lament on "In Gardens' Muteness" to a celebratory chant on "I Shall Love 1." Sweeping and intimate all at once, Aviary never settles for comforting platitudes or dour resignation. It's honest, it's hopeful, and it's surely among Holter's finest achievements.

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MASSEDUCTION's opening track “Hang on Me” presents Annie Clark as the restless consumer on a come down, a prologue to the excesses of thought and sex and substance that populate the record. Her voice is uncharacteristically cracked but still hopeful, begging for someone to cling to while everything crashes around her. Her fifth record, MASSEDUCTION is maximalist by definition: Lyrically, aesthetically – the all-caps, the clashing red and pink and leopard of its cover art – and musically; with Clark’s virtuosic guitar playing crashing into layer upon layer of synths and programmed beats. Every song contains sounds or ideas for ten others, as though the record might suddenly burst and multiply like spiders running from a nest. There is a complete sense of Clark at the centre: and she knows from experience that loneliness lives at the core of excess. “Los Ageless” is a near-future fable of eternal youth, its accompanying video a pastel-coloured plastic surgery nightmare. Nestled between the depictions of cage-dancing girls and endless artificial summer is the repeated refrain, “How could anybody have you and lose you and not lose their minds too?”, an explanation or an excuse: People don’t just destroy themselves – or let others destroy them – for nothing, you know. As the song fades out, her usually assured voice laments, “I tried to write you a love song,” a kind of epilogue or correction. Gender and sexuality are presented as experimental, unfixed: On “Sugarboy”, Clark proclaims, “BOYS! I am a lot like you / GIRLS! I am a lot like you,” an update of Prince’s promise that “I’m not a woman / I’m not a man / I am something that you’ll never comprehend.” The title track’s refrain of “I can’t turn off what turns me on,” is Clark embracing the unhinged elements of her sexuality, as one who has shed all the urges of adolescence, and whose control stems from her acting like a man. Instead, Clark prizes adolescent urges as part of her spectrum of sexual experience, wrestling back uninhibited, self-serving female pleasure. MASSEDUCTION defies explanation and critique, rendering the critic a dead weight in the dust of its ever-accelerating sucker-punch of ideas.

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It is radical, in a world of constant sensory overload, to use quietness to make yourself heard: this is something Jessica Pratt uses masterfully on her new album. The plinked keys, strummed strings and warbled words are having none of it – Quiet Signs, as sparse and subtle as its name suggests, shares its secrets only with those willing to give their complete and undivided attention in exchange. Though there is much common ground with 2015’s gorgeous On Your Own Love Again – prominent and distinctive use of acoustic guitar, at-times unintelligible (yet still beautifully sung) lyrics, a nod to folk music of yore and, of course, that strange, otherworldly voice – Quiet Signs is more finely tuned, sleekened by a studio where previous releases, largely home-recorded, were grainy and warmly primitive. This refinement is immediately clear, as the slinky, cinematic piano of album opener "Opening Night" leads into the silken melody of "As The World Turns." Pratt is hard to pin to specific genres, eras, realms, shapeshifting through Quiet Signs’ spindly silver branches like Woolf’s Orlando – at one moment a siren accompanied by synth strings (on "This Time Around,") the next a 16th-century courtier (on the Greensleeves-evocative "Crossing"), later a mournful chorister ("Silent Song") and eventually, on "Aeroplane," an ethereal all-seeing deity. There is no sense here of a ‘difficult third album,’ nor the kind of alarming change of direction that breaks fans’ hearts, but rather a skilful honing of a craft – a less frantically picked guitar here, a more softly spoken word there, a little bit of flute. And what a wondrous thing, for it is, I think, much harder to make what you have subtly better than to try your hand at something completely new.

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor takes two decades of tunes for a symphonic spin on The Song Diaries. A superb songwriter with an instantly identifiable vocal approach, Ellis-Bextor’s chameleonic career turns at retro-modernist disco, new wave and adult contemporary balladry. But, in true Ellis-Bextor fashion, a simple singles collection transformed into something more: enter The Song Diaries. Produced in collaboration with Ed Harcourt, The Feeling bassist Richard Jones and David Arnold, The Song Diaries charts Ellis-Bextor’s journey from frontwoman for theaudience to an engaging solo entity through reimagined tracks. “Heartbreak (Make Me a Dancer),” one of Ellis-Bextor’s stormiest floorfillers from her fourth album Make a Scene (2011). Originally composed as an acidic, electro-pop groove with mock- violin touches, the frenetic programming finds itself swapped out for actual cascading strings. Even with the new organic instrumentation in place, the compositional integrity isn’t lost on “Heartbreak (Make Me a Dancer)." If anything, the song's intensity is increased. Throughout The Song Diaries, each song finds its mood heightened by these symphonic alterations. Intricate synth-sections are recast as mighty string beds on “Mixed Up World.” Elsewhere, robust brass pumps in the place of a power pop pulse on “Catch Me.” Ellis-Bextor delivers two makeovers for “Murder on the Dancefloor” on the LP. In its first version, it is spun into an uptempo ballad, trimmed with castanets and just enough percussion to lend it an airy Latin feel. That aspect is expounded upon with the “orchestral disco version” with a kicking rhythm section that gives it a light, four-on-the-floor boost that teases out its vintage pre-Song Diaries vibes. The scope of the musicianship on The Song Diaries is impressive. But, ultimately, as it has been with every Sophie Ellis-Bextor effort post-Read My Lips (2001), the record will impact most with those open enough to receive its charms. She needn’t worry though, The Song Diaries will find a home in the hearts of those discerning enough to enjoy having their pop perspectives reoriented by a woman that wields her artistic vision fearlessly.

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“Lux prima” is Latin for “first light,” and as a title it’s a nearly perfect fit for the debut effort from Karen O and Danger Mouse. The album largely oscillates between two modes: mixtape adventurism and mashup experimentalism. Bookend songs “Lux Prima” and “Nox Lumina” are the latter, and are of a pair: they’re the two longest songs on the record and they imagine the result of something like stitching together the groove of Massive Attack’s “Protection” and the spaciness of Pink Floyd’s “Shine On You Crazy Diamond." And the duo pulls it off via lush production and brilliant melodies. Similarly, “Reveries” morphs from bedroom demo guitar picking to haunting art-pop craft as it progresses, its steady and confident build selling the endeavor. As for the former mode, take the bluesy stomper “Woman” or the disco-infused “Turn the Light” as examples, both of which are (mostly) played straight. They shouldn't work, either on their own or within the context of an album in the typical sense, but they do because of the ‘no boundaries’ mentality throughout. This is to say nothing of the superbly layered, headphone-preferring production and some strong hooks, of course. As for the lyrics, they encapsulate the music by suggesting an independence of their own. After declaring that “We’re the life inside a flame” on the bubble bath lovely “Drown," O asks to be allowed to drown as a release. The title track seems to discuss a freedom in anonymity in the refrain: “I’m nowhere, I’m no one, I’m nobody/ There’s nobody but you." And on “Redeemer” she sees freedom as transformative by shedding one’s makeup and tail. Yet it’s a promotional photo of the duo that might make for the most effective summation of Lux Prima. In it, Karen O and Danger Mouse are in a corner, at the edge of a pool. Karen O stands and is wearing a bold dress that changes color depending on the light, while Danger Mouse sits next to her wearing a traditional suit and tie. It’s the juxtaposition of shimmering and subtle, of everything and nothing. It’s the idea that not only do opposites attract, if paired correctly they can become something great.

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"I just try to keep the dream alive,” Jenny Lewis declares on “Higher”, one of the nine songs on the debut album from Nice as Fuck (NAF). What precisely that dream may be is hard to say, considering the many divergent projects Lewis has contributed to in recent years. From the ashes of Rilo Kiley’s dissolution came a successful solo career, punctuated most recently with 2014’s memorable The Voyager. There was also I’m Having Fun Now, the album she made with guitarist and boyfriend Johnathan Rice, released under the name Jenny and Johnny. A friend to talented musicians, Lewis has stayed busy, guesting on records and touring with the likes of M. Ward, Ryan Adams, and Conor Oberst. In short, it seems that Lewis is often dreaming. Now, her latest dream has come to life. Comprised of Lewis, Au Revoir Simone’s Erika Forster, and The Like’s Tennessee Thomas, NAF borrow liberally from punk, funk, pop, and more, a refreshing shift in sound for Lewis, who in her solo work has primarily focused on lyrical witticisms and melodic rock with the occasional country twang. There is little twang to be found with NAF — or any texture for that matter. Most of the nine tracks that make up their record are built around fast bass lines and simple percussion, relying heavily on harmonies and vocal delivery to stand apart. On “Door”, NAF’s first single, Lewis nearly moans the final word when she sings, “If you believe in peace and love/ And the message above/ Don’t close the door.” As the song continues, harmonies set in over her wordless coos. The effect, not dissimilar from what the Watson Twins provided Lewis on Rabbit Fur Coat, is a subtle reminder that NAF is not Jenny Lewis by another name, but rather a new yet still connected trio. Yes, much of Lewis’ aural aesthetic can be found in NAF’s sound, but the little differences — the tinge of funk on “Cookie Lips” or the bouncing bass on “Angel” — define this record as the work of three people. Whether this surprise offering is the first of many or a one-off effort, NAF justifies its existence as more than a lark or an impulse by having a message and taking a chance.

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She calls it "the hardest one I ever made"; that's Jenny Lewis' assessment of The Voyager, her first solo album since 2008's Acid Tongue. In the ensuing years, Lewis dealt with the break-up of Rilo Kiley, the death of her father, writer's block, and bouts of insomnia. Given the background, you might expect The Voyager to be a downbeat experience and while lyrically it's unflinchingly honest, the music shines with positivity and glorious pop songwriting. This album finds Lewis pulling together something of a "greatest hits" of her sound: a mix of the alt.country of Acid Tongue and Rabbit Fur Coat, the rock and roll of Jenny & Johnny's I'm Having Fun Now and the classic overdriven Fleetwood Mac guitar pop that Rilo Kiley did so fantastically during their headily-brilliant peak moments. "I've been wearing all-black since the day it started" are the first words out of Lewis' mouth on the opening track "Head Underwater," a wonderful burst of sunny pop that belies her tale of insomnia, hints of experimenting with substance abuse and feeling like she's becoming unknown to those around her. These are dark themes, so the "ooh-oohs" and "ba-ba-bas", along with the weighty piano and scratchy guitar riffs provide balance, and it ends up being probably the sprightliest thing Lewis has put her name to thus far. Keeping us on our toes, "Just One of the Guys" is a lolloping country-rock track produced by Beck and featuring his subtly mumbled backing vocals where Lewis sings about feeling unable to fit in and musing on her ticking biological clock: "there's only one difference between you and me / when I look at myself all I can see / I'm just another lady without a baby." Although it's delivered with Lewis' usual wry humour, it's a remarkably honest and affecting snapshot of something that's clearly troubling the singer. The Voyager is where we truly get to see behind the veneer of the singer and sometime actress. A fitting record, which addresses everything that's come before and yet to come - and a crowning, near-perfect album.

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Jenny & Johnny represent a different type of musical coupling. In this couple, the woman is the powerhouse and the man, though forceful in his own ways, rises to her challenges. Jenny Lewis and Johnathan Rice were creatively and romantically involved for nearly a decade; the lady, one of indie music's most successful thinking beauties, is the bigger star. Maybe that's why this project, though lighthearted, has some of the prickliness of a real day-to-day relationship. The title may be "I'm Having Fun Now," but there's room for wisecracks, bitterness and worry amid the lovey-dovey stuff. Ms. Lewis and Mr. Rice josh and harmonize their way through the album. The songs are upbeat, looking back to folk-rock and 1970s California pop. They’re much breezier than “Acid Tongue” or Mr. Rice’s albums, and they make a game of juggling who sings what. Ms. Lewis and Mr. Rice trade off leads (while the other sings ahs and la-las), or they sing close parallel lines, or they overlap and argue with each other. “She’s an artist painting a portrait all over my heart,” he sings in “Scissor Runner,” the album’s opening song; she airily counters, “Colors bleeding, so deceiving.” While the album’s back story is part of its charm, “I’m Having Fun Now” is not a collection of love songs. Amid the guitar strumming, they stay unsentimental; there’s far more banter than romance. Jenny and Johnny volley accusations of professional jealousy over the surf-rock beat of “My Pet Snakes.” “All the best of luck with your career,” Mr. Rice growls at the end. In other songs they sing about travel, gods (Abrahamic and Greek), recreational drugs, promiscuity, even economics. “We save our money in good faith/And we work hard for our living wage,” Ms. Lewis sings in “Big Wave.” “But still the banks got a break.” Yet even in songs about tensions and betrayals Jenny and Johnny sound more sardonic than enraged. On this album the barbs are wrapped in smiles and irrepressible tunes.

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As thematically and sonically scattershot as her previous record (2006’s Rabbit Fur Coat) was deftly unified, Jenny Lewis’ Acid Tongue is a loose and lovely ramshackle update of the indulgent and genre-skipping singer-songwriter solo discs of the ’70s. Just as the Rabbit Fur Coat’s Appalachian twang and blue-eyed, harmonized soul was a heart-cracking revision of ’60s-styled country pop, Tongue pushes Lewis’ sound into the following decade’s take on Southern-stained music: alternately shaggy and slick, harder-edged and tinted with coke spoon reflections on failed romance, drugs, and dangerous women (“It’s a bad man’s world/ And I’m a bad, bad girl”). Sprinting with a sound under which Rilo Kiley’s lock-limbed Under the Blacklight stumbled, Tongue moves from the string-honed lilt of opener “Black Sand” to the nine-minute suite of “The Next Messiah” (complete with rollicking, rave-up blues choruses interspersed with sensuous, funk-sweat breakdowns of Caucasoid soul) to the gorgeous melancholic shimmer of the quietly epic title track, in which Lewis’ crystalline wail is bathed in a chorus of mournful background singers. Although the LP lacks a unifying concept or theme, what does bind the album is her consistently powerful and melodic songwriting and the sheer strength of her howling, playful vocal, which has never sounded better on record. Despite the inclusion of the sweetly skipping ballad “Godspeed” and weary closer “Sing a Song” amid barnburners like the hipgrip, beerhall swagger of “Carpetbaggers” and “Jack Killed Mom,” much of Rabbit Fur Coat’s intimacy has been traded for pure sonic intensity. However, Lewis’ refusal to repeat what made Coat such a success renders Acid Tonguean equally idiosyncratic and distinct record in its own right. The album is boastful, vulnerable and witty, usually within the course of a single song. It may be a bad man’s world, but a bad girl’s record makes it that much more tolerable.

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On her first solo outing, Jenny Lewis writes directly about the twisted fairytale of her childhood, and takes a levelheaded look at the complications of love. The haunting title track of Rabbit Fur Coat is a mostly autobiographical rags-to-riches-to-rags-again fusion of fact, fiction and fantasy sung to a nursery-rhyme melody in waltz-time. Told in a style akin to magic realism, it's the story of a woman whose mother is waitressing and on welfare until her daughter becomes "a hundred-thousand-dollar kid", only to end up back on welfare, "still putting that stuff up [her] nose". The already tumultuous terrain of relationships becomes even more fraught when your lover is also your bandmate, as was once the case with Jenny and Rilo Kiley co-founder Blake Sennett. The messiness of romantic entanglements surfaces on the achingly catchy "You Are What You Love," when Lewis sings: "Every morning upon waking / To you I’m a symbol or a monument / Your rite of passage to fulfillment / But I’m not yours for the taking". Or, from "Melt Your Heart": "When you're kissing someone who's too much like you / It's like kissing on a mirror". A gifted lyricist, Jenny Lewis is also a very fine singer, landing on each note with just the right touch. She can belt it out with a soulful, Neko Case-like clarion call ("Big Guns"), put on a Lucinda Williams drawl ("Rise up with Fists!"), or purr like Margot Timmins ("Happy"). The musical stylings of all of these talented ladies echo throughout the accompaniment on Rabbit Fur Coat, but Lewis takes these elements back to their roots. Without copping a retro sound, Jenny has tapped into a fifty-year-old Americana, finding that sweet spot at the birth of rock ‘n’ roll when folk, country, gospel and vocal pop were all melding together, but before the increasingly heavy backbeat of rock displaced the lilting shuffle of Sun Studios-era rockabilly. The former frontwoman has expertly crafted a record, which allows Lewis her own distinct sound. The indie darling stepped into her own with Rabbit Fur Coat, and the album more than a decade on is still a compelling, complex and captivating achievement.

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