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Robert Maril


  • Tori Amos' Track-by-Track Guide to 'Little Earthquakes'

    The singer-songwriter on the rejection and self-discovery that fueled her influential 1992 debut

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  • Breaking: The Airborne Toxic Event

    Who: The Airborne Toxic Event, a Los Angeles post-punk five-piece named after the dubious cloud that envelopes Don DeLillo's 1985 novel White Noise. The band's darkly rousing single "Sometime Around Midnight" — a heartbreakingly poetic tale of spying a beautiful woman at a rock show and losing her to the night — is in the […]

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  • Tori Amos on New "Sin," Old Songs: "I Don't Agree that Music Is Disposable"

    At her recent standing-room-only performance at this year's South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Tori Amos premiered songs from her tenth studio album, Abnormally Attracted to Sin, due May 19th. It's her first studio LP since 2007's American Doll Posse, and the record finds the singer-pianist exploring familiar territory: power in all its guises, be […]

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