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The Loss of Music – The Conversation

Streaming services have revolutionised the way we access, consume and pay for music. First, we stopped buying physical media. Then we stopped paying for music, since we can listen with ads. Now we have a plethora of streaming services -... Continue Reading →

Watch “The Oh Hellos: NPR Music Holiday Tiny Desk Concert” on YouTube

https://youtu.be/hJykCRucbBM

Hate The Way You Love Me // Beulah – John Paul White

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6BotGARpZk John Paul White's Beulah is his first album post-Civil Wars, released on his own label Single Lock Records. One of my favourite tracks on this more-sombre-than-sweet album is Hate the Way You Love Me. Fellas, I'm sure if we're honest there are many... Continue Reading →

Jenny & Tyler – Christmas Stories (Residence Music)

Jenny & Tyler have been working quietly away on their uniquely crafted acoustic based folk for several years until last year they signed with Residence Music for the release of Of This I'm Sure. This year Christmas Stories sees the couple capturing... Continue Reading →

Watch “Chris Thile Performs ‘My Oh My'” on YouTube

https://youtu.be/UnyxThLeJQY

Robert California on fear – Spooked // The Office // Season 8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1u-rAAXDN6w The Halloween party was a recurring feature episode of The Office, as it is in many American TV shows. At his first Halloween party as CEO of Sabre - Dunder Mifflin, Robert California walks the office getting to know... Continue Reading →

“Bust Your Kneecaps” – Pomplamoose Live

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7L-x9LDgow

On Trump on Jimmy Fallon

Fallon's lack of confrontation amidst a campaign characterised by controversy and inflammation was most offensive. No stranger to TV appearances, Donald Trump appeared on Jimmy Fallon The Tonight Show a couple of weeks back. You can view part of his appearance here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0BYqzdiuJc... Continue Reading →

Jason Bourne (2016): just Bourne enough

So I enjoyed the experience of going to the movies for the first time in nearly 18 months. The actual movie, Jason Bourne, not so much as I would have hoped. In preparation for what should be the last installment in this... Continue Reading →

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