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Misty's experiences while struggling with depression and delusions help shape the album's reflective feel. Courtesy of Variety
Misty's experiences while struggling with depression and delusions help shape the album's reflective feel.

God's Favorite Customer is Father John Misty's coming of age

On June 1, indie rock and folk singer Josh Tillman (Father John Misty) released his fourth studio album God's Favorite Customer. In it, he dives into themes of religion and atheism, as well as ecstasy and depression, which he weaves seamlessly into an evocative album sure to impress.

The swirling sounds of jazz

Enjoy these sounds in the playlist included in this article to finish off Jazz Appreciation Month.

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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2014 Retrospective

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has announced the list of nominees for induction this year, and has opened voting here through December 10.

For Lou Reed, one last "Sunday Morning"

This boy was adamant about Reed's greatness, and played me his best-known song, 1972's "Walk on the Wild Side." My taste in music has shifted and grown since then, but my respect and appreciation for Lou Reed has never diminished.

"Is Survived By" is highlight of the fall

Since their inception in 2007, Los Angeles' Touché Amoré (TA) have been wailing away about the troubles they confront on a daily basis to the violent pounding of drums and roar of guitar.

A perfect soundtrack for your fall 2013

It's time to get focused and stay warm. It's time to read a book, curl up on your couch and drink soothing tea. It's time to think deeply. That's why jazz music is the perfect soundtrack for fall.

"Electric Lady" dressed to impress

Like a prism refracts a beam of light into a rainbow of different colors, so too does Janelle Monáe's newest album, "Electric Lady" refract contemporary R&B into two suites of all of R&B's cousins and progenitors: from free jazz to 60s girl groups to new wave and funk.
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