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Pazz & Jop 2014 – 42nd Annual Village Voice Critics’ Poll


Pazz & Jop 2014

42nd Annual Village Voice Critics’ Poll

“Pazz & Jop is an annual poll of musical releases compiled by American newspaper The Village Voice. The poll is tabulated from the submitted year-end top ten lists of hundreds of music critics. Pazz & Jop was introduced by The Village Voice in 1974 as an album-only poll, but was expanded to include votes for singles in 1979.”

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Pazz & Jop 2012 – 40th Annual Village Voice Critics’ Poll


Pazz & Jop 2012

40th Annual Village Voice Critics’ Poll

“Pazz & Jop is an annual poll of musical releases compiled by American newspaper The Village Voice. The poll is tabulated from the submitted year-end top ten lists of hundreds of music critics. Pazz & Jop was introduced by The Village Voice in 1974 as an album-only poll, but was expanded to include votes for singles in 1979.”

Twilight Singers

Twilight Singers
8 p.m. Tuesday, October 31. Mississippi Nights (914 North First Street).
By Jaime Lees
Published: October 25, 2006

It’s just a fact that Mark Lanegan makes every song sound better. A few years ago, the former Screaming Trees frontman was a surprise hit when he lent his signature sandpaper croon to Queens of the Stone Age; now he has the same kind of guest-vocalist gig with the Greg Dulli-led Twilight Singers, a band that specializes in gorgeous layers of dark, melodic pop strung together with dense and creative song structures. Although ex-Afghan Whig Dulli’s talents have long been overshadowed by his reputation as a weird genius who’s just a little too obsessed with the dark side of life and love, his skills — combined with Lanegan’s presence — make the Twilight Singers an unstoppable force.