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Album Review: Anthony Worden — Ideal Conceptions of the Beautiful and Good

Once labeled freaks, David Bowie and Lou Reed broke down the confines of masculinity found in the prototypical rock star persona of their time, while reimagining the vivacity and delicacy of rock and roll when others were preoccupied with LSD-laden fantasias (though that didn’t keep them away from their respective addled phases). Their legacies are undoubted; they carved a path of self-indulgence, spanning influences between Americana, krautrock, electronic and more. […]

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Video Premiere: Anthony Worden’s ‘Who’s Who’

The Cult of Lip, with Anthony Worden and others Gabe’s — Saturday, Feb. 18 at 9 p.m. Local Lou Reed-wave artist Anthony Worden premieres his first music video here, for the song “Who’s Who” off his debut solo record, Ideal Conceptions of the Beautiful and Good, to be self-released on vinyl May 12. Worden, who’s […]

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Album Review: Anthony Worden — Demos

Anthony Worden Demos anthonyworden.bandcamp.com When I saw Anthony — aka A.J. Worden, formerly of Bull Black Nova — perform at The Mill recently, I was struck by how he sometimes sounds a little like Lou Reed. With Reed, you always hear the limitations of his voice. Worden is an actual singer, who confidently hits and […]

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