June 29, 2012
by Andrew Marvin
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Review: Rush’s Clockwork Angels

To fully understand the significance of Rush’s new record, Clockwork Angels, one must look at it in the context of the band’s entire discography. Their twentieth studio album, Clockwork Angels is a monstrous musical achievement, replete with the imagery, thematic … Continue reading

June 4, 2012
by Andrew Marvin
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Danielle Ate the Sandwich: “Faith in a Man”

I’ve been in love with Danielle Ate the Sandwich for years, and her new album, Like a King, drops tomorrow. If you like the ukelele, independent artists, or poetic lyrics set to beautiful melodies, you should check her out. She’ll … Continue reading

June 3, 2012
by Andrew Marvin
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John Mayer: Berklee Clinic 2008

John Mayer on information versus inspiration, defining your expectations, turning information into inspiration, economy in songwriting and playing, dynamic ceilings in solos, honest songwriting, the writing process, and getting started, as well as several performances. Douchebag or not, I found … Continue reading