Mark Pursell

Lykke Li – I Never Learn

Lykke Li’s new album “I Never Learn” manages the contradictory feat of lingering in your mind without sonically overstaying its welcome.

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Joan As Police Woman – The Classic

It’s not that she’s never played with blues/soul before, but it’s the mission statement of Joan As Police Woman’s fourth album “The Classic,” and serves as the record’s unifying vision.

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Rufus Wainwright – Vibrate: The Best Of

Vibrate does contain some of his very best songs, and for the devoted fan, the deluxe edition is unbeatable. It’s a celebration of the unique, mournful, self-deprecating music of Rufus Wainwright, and, if you’re unfamiliar with his work, not a bad place to start.

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St. Vincent – St. Vincent

Clark’s new album arrives with the same vigor, verve, and unique style that we’ve come to expect from a St. Vincent record, only here those qualities are turned up and carefully honed, resulting in a collection of songs that are among her most audacious and intriguing to date.

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