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For the albums that deserve to be listened to again, and again, and....again, here are some thoughts on the most re-listenable albums from members of the T&E collective.
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SONG OF THE WEEK
Artist: Quentin Sauvé
T&E contributor Alex Lopez says, "Quentin Sauvé is the bassist for a wonderful French hardcore band by the name of Birds In Row. When he's not bringing the mosh with his main band, he's writing and recording his own music as a singer-songwriter. Earlier this year, he released his debut full-length album, "Whatever It Takes," and has been supporting the album by taking his one-man show on the road opening for Birds in Row. I was at their tour stop in Sacramento a few months ago. Quentin took to the dimly-lit stage accompanied only by his guitar and an array of effects pedals, where he proceeded to bare his soul to whoever would listen. The album closer, "Disappear," is a perfect example of the haunting, folky, bittersweet melancholy that Quentin conjures on "Whatever It Takes." His music is densely-layered and displays a remarkable depth, yet you can't help but feel a sense of loneliness when you listen to him. It evokes the feelings you'd get whenever you'd find yourself awake just before dawn, with no one around you for miles and nothing to occupy your time except the musings in your head."