Muruch's Best of the Decade: Albums

In addition to my usual year end lists, I've also compiled Best of the Decade lists. Following are my favorite albums that were released between 2000-2009... Muruch's Best of the Decade: Albums 25. Muse: The Resistance This is one of those albums that has classic potential, and I expect to move its way up the... Continue Reading →

Muruch’s Best of the Decade: Albums

In addition to my usual year end lists, I've also compiled Best of the Decade lists. Following are my favorite albums that were released between 2000-2009... Muruch's Best of the Decade: Albums 25. Muse: The Resistance This is one of those albums that has classic potential, and I expect to move its way up the... Continue Reading →

The Swell Season: Strict Joy

Strict Joy is the recently released sophomore album by The Swell Season. If you don't recognize the name, The Swell Season is composed of Glen Hansard and other members of The Frames, along with Marketa Irglova of the film Once (the soundtrack of which was on my 2007 Top Albums list). The Swell Season derive... Continue Reading →

Interference: Live In Dingle

Interference's Live In Dingle album was recorded live in 2003 at St. James Church in Dingle, Ireland for RTÉ's Other Voices: Songs From A Room. Once star and The Frames frontman Glen Hansard again joins the band.The heartfelt condemnations of war "American Townland" and "Nowhere" open Live In Dingle on a much more serious tone... Continue Reading →

Interference

If you've seen Once, you've already heard the music of Interference. The Irish band sang with The Frames' Glen Hansard in the pub scene of Once and their song "Gold" also appears on the movie's soundtrack. The tune was originally featured on Interference's 2003 self-titled release, on which Glen Hansard guests. If you like that... Continue Reading →

Interference: Live In Dingle

Interference's Live In Dingle album was recorded live in 2003 at St. James Church in Dingle, Ireland for RTÉ's Other Voices: Songs From A Room. Once star and The Frames frontman Glen Hansard again joins the band.The heartfelt condemnations of war "American Townland" and "Nowhere" open Live In Dingle on a much more serious tone... Continue Reading →

Interference

If you've seen Once, you've already heard the music of Interference. The Irish band sang with The Frames' Glen Hansard in the pub scene of Once and their song "Gold" also appears on the movie's soundtrack. The tune was originally featured on Interference's 2003 self-titled release, on which Glen Hansard guests. If you like that... Continue Reading →

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