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On 'MASSEDUCTION,' St. Vincent's fifth album, the tension between the person Annie Clark and the character St. Vincent dominates. It means everything and still it’s more unclear than ever before.

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The project is strong, yet unspectacular, and you can’t quite shake the feeling that it came a few years too late. With that being said, even if the album feels like more of a continuation than an innovation, it is still a welcome addition to the discography of both artists, and worth a listen.

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Last Thursday, The Michigan Daily spoke with lead singer and songwriter Brian Sella about the band’s newest record, Going Grey, and their current headlining tour

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The often classical Hill Auditorium morphed into something different for the night: A place for genuine fun.

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The entirety of the record feels like a stream of consciousness.

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Morning After is simultaneously a high quality release that also falls victim to the inescapability of its own cadre of love-oriented artists.

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it is GoldLink’s passion that drives his music; it’s a sentiment that effortlessly translates to his live shows.

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The Michigan Daily recently spoke to guitarist Nick Hamm about the tour, changes to their live show and the reception of their phenomenal new record

Yes, this is the classical music column. Be patient.

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As a band, Future Islands boast an impressive energy that both contrasts and complements the nostalgia innate to their genre quite well. More than that, though, they are honest, unassuming and real, through and through. They are performers, no doubt, but they aren’t putting on an act.