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Jesu and Sun Kil Moon: 30 Seconds to the Decline of Planet Earth

Jesu and Sun Kil Moon's latest 30 Seconds to the Decline of Planet Earth is at times tedious and frustrating, but ultimately worth consideration.

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Mark Kozelek: Live at Biko

With Live at Biko, Mark Kozelek delivers a live set of highly compellingly autobiographical later period work that sets a new standard for the nakedly confessional singer-songwriter.

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Ten Great Cover Singers

Though this may be the time of year when cloying pop covers of Christmas songs are picked up from far too many supermarket checkout lines, let it not sour you on all covers completely. The ten artists listed herein are laudable exemplars of how to make the cover version an artform all its own.

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Mark Kozelek: On Tour: A Documentary – The Soundtrack

On Tour: A Documentary – The Soundtrack suggests that it is solely the product of a man's ego spinning out of control, with a necessity to repackage material that is already out there in the marketplace.

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Desertshore: Drawing of Threes

Desertshore's second album finds the formerly all-instrumental band adding Sun Kil Moon and Red House Painters frontman Mark Kozelek as a part-time vocalist. The results are often impressive, but ultimately mixed.

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Sun Kil Moon: Admiral Fell Promises

"Up here in the air / I'm just mumbling at the clouds / Wanting to be known / While I pass along the hours". Well mumbled indeed, Mark. Well mumbled indeed.

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Mark Kozelek: Lost Verses Live

Red House Painters/Sun Kil Moon frontman goes it alone, with stunning results.

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Various Artists: Yo Gabba Gabba!

The Roots, the Ting Tings, the Aquabats, and Mark Kozelek are just a few of the indie-luminaries that contribute new songs to this ... Nick Jr. kids show soundtrack?

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"There's Never Anything Planned": An Interview With Mark Kozelek

Sun Kil Moon and Red House Painters' Mark Kozelek explains his unlikely inspiration, reflects on aging, and chooses beauty over catharsis.

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Sun Kil Moon: April

With his first album of new material in over five years, Mark Kozelek winds up playing to his strengths and offering little innovation on his trademark acoustic yearnings.

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Mark Kozelek

Ex-Red House Painters front-man, literally, plays to the mall crowd. Reverent silence abounds...

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