Aimee Mann: Mental Illness

Aimee Mann: Mental Illness

By Steve Horowitz

Happily, all is not melancholy here. The songs’ characters may be unloved and disturbed, but aren’t we all? 28 Mar 2017 // 2:30 AM

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The sensation one gets from Andy Goldsworthy's art is akin to a meditative high; it's multidimensional, tranquil, exhilarating, confrontational, and transcendent.

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Frida Hyvonen: Until Death Comes

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Evan Stone: Sticks & Stone, Vol. 1

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"The Chamber is the filmic equivalent of a fairground ride, the stimulation of emotion over ideas.

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