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I discovered Jesca Hoop last year when she opened for a Chris Thile’s band Punch Brothers. (Thile is amazing live. I’ve seen him a couple of times before with Nickel Creek, and his skill and showmanship never disappoint.) Hoop came … Continue reading
Don’t mind me. I’m just having a joy-induced fit over here after listening to The Civil Wars‘s new song, “The One That Got Away.” I’ve got a thing for the duo’s folksy harmonizing, and I love this particular song’s hard edge. … Continue reading
I’ve been doing a lot of reading, scanning book chapters, and taking notes, trying my damnedest to start writing this next dissertation chapter. When working, I usually listen to classical music or something mellow and rootsy, the kind of music … Continue reading
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