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Matt Dailey
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Music, film, art and the rest of the world...
Music, film, art and the rest of the world...

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Favourite Albums of 2014
Hello All! As we wrap up 2014 it is almost time to reflect on the music we were gifted over the past 12 months.  Since there is no more albums on my forecast this year, I think it is time to create a new list  I always enjoy looking back at the years and se...

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Coming Soon - The Path
Hello Everyone, It is a pleasure to announce my new musical project that will be released over the next few weeks. I will be releasing the album track by track over the next few weeks and will release the full track list via a digital provider. Check out my...

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BOOK REVIEW: The Way of Kings (2010) by Brandon Sanderson
After a week of intensive reading, I have finished the end of The Way of Kings (2010) by Brandon Sanderson.  I also didn't plan on doing any book reviews - but I find the urge to discuss what I like is very strong - and I feel the need to share this amazing...

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ALBUM REVIEW: Future Islands - Singles (2014)
Every once in a while there is something about the approach a band or composer takes on an album that leaves me in a state of awe.  As if my brain simply grew two sizes in that 30 to 60 minute ritual of listening to that specific release.  That is not to sa...

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MOVIE REVIEW: Godzilla (2014)
Honestly I'm asking myself a simple question - "Why am I reviewing Godzilla?" Short Answer (TL;DR) - It was entertaining and delivered exactly what it claims to sell - monster action scenes. Long Answer - I tend to despise Hollywood.  I find there is an eve...

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ALBUM REVIEW: Swans - To Be Kind (2014)
The first album I ever heard by Swans was, incredibly, their release in 2012 - The Seer.  My reactions to that album were dynamic.  Certain musical moments were soft and introverted, stripped down to a warm, analog vocal and an acoustic guitar.  Yet these m...

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FILM REVIEW - Berberian Sound Studio (2012) by Peter Strickland
I missed out on this film last year when it was available in North America and for the most part I had forgotten about it.  It wasn't until this past weekend in which myself and a couple of friends were in search for a unique film experience did I remember ...
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