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Adam Drici


Living Thingle

With Seaside Rock (2008), Peter Bjorn and John seemed to experience the writer’s block that inspired the title of their much-loved first album.

Bad Seed

Despite wandering into Explosions in the Sky’s territory, the epic (post-rock) fail that is Sagarmatha won’t land the A-Cast a spot on the Friday Night Lights soundtrack anytime soon.

Guilty Pleasures: Saves the Day, "Through Being Cool" (1999)

Maybe big boys don’t cry, but this week has left me dwelling on the long-gone days of puppy love and unanswered Disney Valentines.

Why Feb Club's Fab

Oh Feb Club, you have returned once again to bring a mix of joy and social awkwardness to the lives of Penn seniors.

Shows of the Week: January 29-February 4

Lykke Li The First Unitarian Church 1/30 8:30 p.m., $17.50 People were remixing Swedish internet darling Lykke Li long before she ever stepped foot inside a US venue.

Neil Young

Neil Young follows up last year's release of Live at the Fillmore East with Live at Massey Hall 1971, and the two records could not be any less alike.
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