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But I Want His Wings

Watching a musician work magic with a sequencer isn’t new. Imogen Heap does it all the time. But there’s something very simple and lovely about the way Lou Rhodes — previously half of a duo called Lamb — goes about building her one-woman version of “Gabriel.” Especially, I like how the crowd slowly but surely […]

It Is Finished

Ominous. It is oddly fitting that I turned the last page of Lamb just yesterday morning.  A story about the life of Jesus, told from the point of view of his childhood best friend, finished just after breakfast on Easter morning.  And yet, knowing the ending that was inevitable, the resolution seemed incredibly abrupt.  I […]