Art is the World's Most Beautiful Lie...

I stocked my iTunes up in Nashville with some of the Sarahs' favorites, including a first CD that a fellow Muhlenberg English major came out with a couple of years ago. Hartley Goldstein, a cool cat that survived a senior seminar about Jay Wright with me, seems to have become a real presence on the indie scene. I can't say where or how because most of my post-Muhlenberg days have been spent on another continent, but I think it's pretty fantastic.

Songs in the Key of Zoloft is a short five tracks, but word on the street is he's working on some new stuff. In any event, I think it's worth listening to, so check out "Art is a lie" (this SCREAMS Rosenwasser, for those of you who were privileged enough to take one of his classes.)

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