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Stream: Bon Iver, Bon Iver


During a time in the indie music world where electronic based movements such as dub step are beginning to reign supreme–it’s rather refreshing to hear a more minimalist approach. To hear music that is based upon lyricism and musicality rather than electronic beats that are seemingly more so designed for a club setting.

One of the groups that we all know and love that truly exemplifies vocal ability, as well as stellar song writing and performing is Bon Iver.

Personally, I have always been a fan of the group–not just for the lyrics but the whole atmosphere.

The group really capitalizes on Justin Vernons vocal ability by producing and mixing their songs in a way that genuinely showcases Vernons voice and the groups lyrics–which is rather refreshing in a time where over production is quite common.

I discussed my admiration for the group (and for well executed cover songs) in a post a few weeks ago for their cover of a Bonnie Raitt tune– and not only did I enjoy their rendition of I Can’t Make You Love Me, but I also spoke of my anticipation for their new album– Bon Iver. 

The entire album is now available for stream on their website as well as NPR! So before I write a riveting review on the piece–I figured I’d share it with the world first.


Click here to stream the album at NPR. 

Also be sure to check out NPR’s awesome collection of album streams.

Stream Courtesy of NPR

Image Courtesy of Sunset In The Rearview 


  1. mary grace
    06/10/2011 at 12:52 am

    i’ve just been listening to this over and over. i’m absolutely in love with the album.

  2. 06/10/2011 at 1:03 am

    Thanks for reading!

  3. Matthew
    06/10/2011 at 8:16 am

    This really is an awesome album.

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