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The Memory Machine

Julia Stone

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bloomin good...

Really good Album. If you like like the previous angus and Julia Stone albums i dont think you will be dissapointed; but still different enough from these to keep you interested! she has a beautiful and unusual voice that stands out again on this album.

Brilliant.

From start to finish, there won't be a song you skip. This album is beautiful, the lyrics are haunting at times, if anything a little scary (Winter On The Weekend in particular, a dark song about rape). But it isn't all dark, there is some uplifting tunes. The lyrics hit home and make you think, and it really is a calming emotional album to sit back and listen to. On repeat.

Biography

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Australian singer/songwriter Julia Stone spent her formative years in the city of Newport (just north of Sydney) with her brother Angus. Having been raised in a musical household (her parents performed as a folk duo), it wasn't long before Julia and her brother began playing as well. The duo released a pair of critically acclaimed albums in 2007 and 2010 that showcased Julia's haunting, breathy vocal style and composition skills. Stone embarked on a solo career in 2012 with the release...
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