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Album reviews

13th January, 2019
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Sharon Van Etten: Remind Me Tomorrow (Jagjaguwar)

As a sign of domestic bliss for a hard-working heterosexual female, a lyric such as “I walked in the door, The Black Crowes playing as he cleaned the floor, I thought I couldn’t love him any more” is surely high up there. Things have certainly altered for American singer and songwriter Sharon Van Etten, whose life has been flipped in the past four years by some...

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