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SPOTLIGHT: Joshua Radin.

April 18, 2009 Leave a comment

A lot has been said about Joshua Radin in the past few years. After one of his demos was heard by close friend Zach Braff, his music was consequently played on Braff’s show Scrubs and quickly gained notoriety. For good reason too, because Radin uses an everyman persona to really deliver his music as something heartfelt and, dare I say it, ordinary.

Joshua Radin

Ordinary sounds like an insult. But it’s not. To me, ordinary music is the best music of all: it’s simple, and beautiful in that simplicity; it sounds as though anyone could compose it in a moment of greatest vulnerability. This is what makes Joshua Radin so amazing. He sings, and that song exists as just itself. Whether you relate to it or not, it doesn’t make the song any less perfect.

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(from the album We Were Here)
“Winter”
“Everything’ll Be Alright (Will’s Lullaby)”
(from the Unclear Sky EP) [iTunes exclusive]
“The Fear You Won’t Fall”

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