Articles tagged the real tuesday weld

You Don’t Have to Be Dissident: Stephen Coates on Late Russian Composer Mikael Tariverdiev

This is the story of how a British musician stumbled upon one of the most prolific Russian composers of the last century and became determined to bring his music to a new audience.

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The Real Tuesday Weld: The End of the World

As a live album, real or imaginary, it seems less “substantial” than the other Real Tuesday Weld albums, but it takes that stature to great heights.

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The Real Tuesday Weld: The London Book of the Dead

The landscape of Coates's songs is the size of a shoebox diorama.

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13 Jun 2007 // 10:04 PM

Forro in the Dark: Asa Branca

None of the mixes are bad, none are exceptionally good, they're just sort of there.

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	The Real Tuesday Weld: The Return of the Clerkenwell Kid

Modesty is a virtue, but a surfeit of modesty can grate. Listening to this album sometimes seems an impossibly precious pastime, like Belle & Sebastian with samplers.

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        The Real Tuesday Weld: L’Amour et la Morte

The Real Tuesday Weld, a.k.a. Stephen Coates, is a stylish man. Or at least he sounds that way on his 15-minute L’Amour

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Beyoncé and When Music Writing Becomes Activism

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"The overall response to Beyoncé's "Formation" has been startlingly positive, but mostly for reasons attached to political agendas. It's time to investigate this trend.

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