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An Ache for the Distance

Band: The Atlas Moth Album: An Ache for the Distance Best song: “Perpetual Generations” is a great, great song. Worst song: “Horse Thieves” is the weakest song on a very strong record. Technology’s affect on music fandom is something about which I’ve written a bit, mostly from the industry side. But, nevertheless, the march of […]

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    I'm Ross Jordan Gianfortune. I am not a writer, but I sometimes write here about music and my life. I live in Washington, DC.

    I used to review each of Rolling Stone Magazine's top 500 albums of all time. Now I'm writing about albums I own.

    My work has appeared in The Washington Post, The Gazette, The Atlantic, Sno-Cone and a bunch of defunct zines.

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