Monthly Archives: February 2014

First Impressions: Beck – Morning Phase

Beck’s orchestral folk album simplifies his sound without stripping it down and shows off some of the best vocal harmonies in modern music. Beck is one of those artists with such a large and varied discography that it can feel … Continue reading

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Poem: “Finger Exercises (For Maddy)”

Finger Exercises (For Maddy) It’s cold these days. Snow’s been on the ground since Sunday night and the inertia makes my fingers twitch. I practice drunk driving exercises to keep warm, bringing the prints tip to tip: one, two, three, … Continue reading

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