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November 25, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Musician mixes spirituality with electropop

By | Oct 5, 2020

Sufjan Stevens’ “The Ascension” combines Stevens’ familiar spirituality with a new electropop twist.

Review: Atmospheric visions abound in “Vide Noir”

By | Apr 29, 2018

Lord Huron, an indie-folk dynamo of Midwestern mysticism and lakeside loneliness, returns with an updated sound and an eye toward the stars.

Review: The Head and the Heart tugs at listener’s heartstrings

By | Sep 14, 2016

All artists experiment with their sound, and The Head and the Heart is no exception. Though many fans might be disillusioned by the band’s newfound dance-pop sound, the album is well-produced and full of catchy songs. The 13-track LP contains some gems, and despite some breaches in originality, it is energetic and easy to listen to.

Assistant professor and alumna produce indie album

By | May 3, 2016

Brooks Miner and Beverly Stokes have been working on their first album for over a year now, recording primarily in their small Brooklyn studio and in various parts of Ithaca. Their new indie-folk album, “All These Dotted Lines,” will be available online May 10.

The Head and the Heart’s “Let’s Be Still”: Album Preview

By | Oct 11, 2013

The Head and the Heart, an indie-rock folk band straight out of Seattle, Wash., is known for its complex harmonies, acoustic guitars, build ups, and vocal releases.