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Friday, January 22, 2010 

Calm, collected

I do plan to do my own 2009 round-up (which will be in a very different format than past, never-completed years) sometime fairly soon, but for now I'll point you to a belated review of what was seriously one of my favourite records of the year: Divisible's great debut Less Than Lion. I literally have not seen a single other review of the album anywhere else I normally read, but I highly suggest going by their site to see what you can hear. I played few albums in 2009 as much as I did Less Than Lion and it absolutely holds up. My apologies to the band that I took so long to write the freakin' review.

In other news, I don't have enough to say about it to warrant another post, but wasn't Hillary Clinton's internet freedom speech weirdly inspiring?

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