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José González and the String Theory Reach for the Sublime on Tour

Following the release of Live in Europe, José González hit the road in North America with the String Theory attached.

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José González + Ólöf Arnalds - 10 April 2015, New York

The delicate guitar playing from both José González and show opener Ólöf Arnalds filled Webster Hall with warmth and emotion.

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José González : Vestiges and Claws

José González delivers a lovely and dreamy set of songs defined by their humble grace.

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Winter 2014 New Music Playlist

Seventeen new songs with notes to chase away the winter blahs.

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In Every Direction: An Interview with Junip

Where José González confesses to yawning on record, and the band decides to keep it in the mix.

Ryan Henriquez
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Zero 7: Record

Close to a decade into their career, Zero 7 have just dispensed a retrospective/best-of album entitled Record. Aside from their avid fans, Zero 7 will not be able to persuade anyone to purchase this collection if they already have their first album.

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José González + Luluc

From the opening note it was clear that José González was giving his all, as his guitar strings screeched, tripping over themselves to produce the notes he demanded of them.

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José González: Live at Park Avenue

A handsome, humble mini-album by the soft-spoken Swede.

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Mia Doi Todd + José González

Taken together, the two were a perfect post-World Music ticket -- the half-Japanese Todd and the Swedish-born Argentinean González both lay bare their multicultural roots with gentle instrumentation that hints at a world of influence while each remaining idiosyncratic musicians in her or his own right.

Anita Schillhorn
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Jose Gonzalez: In Our Nature

The Swedish finger-picking balladeer, famous for his covers of the Knife and Kylie Minogue, returns with incrementally increased sophistication and, yes, another breathtaking cover.

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Various Artists: The Road Mix: Music from the Television Series One Tree Hill, Vol. 3

Music for a trip from Carolina to Texas and back again. Play this CD 32 times straight and say, "There's no place like Tree Hill…There's no place like Tree Hill…"

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Jose Gonzalez

not to mention the radio. If only...

Jayanthi K. Daniel
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José González: Veneer

The O.C. discovers the next Nick Drake. His blood's Argentinean; his passport's Swedish; his music is mope-folk; your reaction is pleasant.

David Bernard

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