However, repetitive melodies, unoriginal instrumentation, and generic subject matter prevent the album from being strong as a cohesive whole.
In chamber music, every musician contributes his or her take on a piece to produce a dynamic combination of musical styles.
By executing his vision, Palomo creates a complex and cohesive soundscape over which he narrates his story. Though at times repetitive, the album is a compelling innovation in a somewhat staid genre.
“Smoke Ring for My Halo” is a mélange of different styles, yet it’s derivative of none, and the instrumental aesthetic is both innovative and accessible.
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Though cinematography and musical backdrop provide the epic atmosphere for an impressive Roman adventure, the film’s generally substandard acting and a flawed, unoriginal script fail to fill the vast expanse painted on the screen.
For better or for worse, the new members of Underoath have created music that little resembles the Underoath that hardcore fans remember from their early days.
London-based portrait artist Nicola Green followed President Barack H. Obama during his presidential campaign as the first-ever artist in residence.
“Four Lions,” British comedic heavyweight Christopher Morris’s first full feature-length film as a director, cuts through the hazy and foreign haughtiness of terrorism to expose a surprisingly realistic dose of comedy culled from real life.
Harvard students looking for support can now turn to HarvardSmiles.com, an online hub launched last week to direct students to mental health resources on campus.
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”Swanlights” is a spiritual journey and an attempt to free the soul from haunting pasts.
Despite Minnelli’s and Stritch’s mastery in voice and piano, “Confessions” suffers from its lovesick melancholy.