By Sarah on April 19, 2010
So my last week was a little bit absurdly busy, to the point where I just couldn’t make it to a show I’d planned to go to on Sunday, and just slept instead.Â I felt bad about it, because I’ve been looking forward to having a chance to see Eliza Gilkyson for a long time, […]
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By Sarah on September 11, 2009
Digby, perhaps best known for her acoustic cover of Umbrella, delivers a collection of thirteen pop songs here on her second domestic album. Breathing Underwater is, when you get down to it, a refreshing listen in the face of the rest of what garners attention in the pop world. Her lyrics have a level of depth and creativity that is usually missing in the whole mass-produced pop-music scene.