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Frank Ocean’s Blonde is very vanilla

Music-worshipping millennials can breathe a sigh of relief. Frank Ocean *finally* releases Blonde after a four-year hiatus. Blonde doesn’t disappoint, but should probably be renamed Channel Orange Pt. 2.

March 23, 2017

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Frank Ocean, something of an outlier in the music industry, seduced us with his croony vocals and emotional walls of sound on 2012’s Channel Orange. Tracks like “Super Rich Kids” and “Sweet Life” were very accessible. ...

Bon Iver’s 22, A Million is worthy of its confusion

Bon Iver, an American indie folk band fronted by vocalist and songwriter Justin Vernon, became a group to watch after their 2007 hit “Skinny Love,” a single on Bon Iver’s first album of the same year, For Emma, Forever Ago.

March 3, 2017

Filed under Analogue, Arts and Culture

By Lynn Walsh Cover art by Eric Timothy Carlson.  Bon Iver, an American indie folk band fronted by vocalist and songwriter Justin Vernon, became a group to watch after their 2007 hit “Skinny Love,” a single on Bon Iver...

Q+A: Stetson alumnus and DeLand-grown Mike the Prophet releases Christmas EP

Stetson alumnus and touring musician Mike Furlong, brainchild of music project Mike the Prophet takes time out his busy schedule to talk about his new Christmas album with The Stetson Reporter.

March 3, 2017

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Hey Mike! Thanks for agreeing to talk with The Stetson Reporter about your new EP. So why a Christmas album?As a Stetson Alumnus I'm always happy to talk with the Reporter. I personally love a lot of traditional music, whethe...

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