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August 7, 2013 at 3:15 PM

Washed Out, ‘Parascom’ (Sub Pop)| New CDs

Washed Out isn’t a band, but one man: Georgia-based Ernest Greene, who’s created an enticing mix of sounds on “Paracosm,” his second album for Sub Pop. A “paracosm” is defined as “a detailed imaginary world.” It’s an appropriate title choice for a record whose creation was rooted in an escape from the real world; the…


Comments | Topics: CD Reviews, Paracosm, Sub Pop

August 6, 2013 at 5:30 AM

Paul Allen is ‘Everywhere at Once’ | New CDs

(Legacy Recordings) Paul Allen, “Everywhere At Once” (Legacy) There probably isn’t a budding guitarist in the world who doesn’t dream of being able to jam with their idols one day. And if you’re billionaire/philanthropist/music fan Paul Allen you’re well positioned to make those dreams come true; over the years, Allen’s performed alongside a number of notable names,…


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