The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Lauryn Hill

By Nina Bosnjak, Contributing Writer Each week, Sunday School takes a second look at a classic album worth revisiting years after its release. EMMIE staff handpick releases that shaped a genre, defined a generation or deserve recognition despite being left in the distance. Keep up with Sunday School for your weekly dose of dusted-off classics and throwbacks that merit a second spin. To have released … Continue reading The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Lauryn Hill

Live at the Old Quarter, Houston, Texas; Townes Van Zandt

By Christian Zimonick, Features Editor Each week, Sunday School takes a second look at a classic album worth revisiting years after its release. EMMIE staff handpick releases that shaped a genre, defined a generation or deserve recognition despite being left in the distance. Keep up with Sunday School for your weekly dose of dusted-off classics and throwbacks that merit a second spin. Imagine hundreds of … Continue reading Live at the Old Quarter, Houston, Texas; Townes Van Zandt

Soon It Will Be Cold Enough, Emancipator

By Peter Ullrich, Contributing Writer Each week, Sunday School takes a second look at a classic album worth revisiting years after its release. EMMIE staff handpick releases that shaped a genre, defined a generation or deserve recognition despite being left in the distance. Keep up with Sunday School for your weekly dose of dusted-off classics and throwbacks that merit a second spin. Soon It Will … Continue reading Soon It Will Be Cold Enough, Emancipator

Cochin Moon, Haruomi Hosono

By Logan Rude, Editor in Chief Each week, Sunday School takes a second look at a classic album worth revisiting years after its release. EMMIE staff handpick releases that shaped a genre, defined a generation or deserve recognition despite being left in the distance. Keep up with Sunday School for your weekly dose of dusted-off classics and throwbacks that merit a second spin. Cochin Moon, … Continue reading Cochin Moon, Haruomi Hosono

Thousand Knives, Ruyichi Sakamoto

By Benny Koziol, Staff Writer Each week, Sunday School takes a second look at a classic album worth revisiting years after its release. EMMIE staff handpick releases that shaped a genre, defined a generation or deserve recognition despite being left in the distance. Keep up with Sunday School for your weekly dose of dusted-off classics and throwbacks that merit a second spin. Thousand Knives, Ruyichi … Continue reading Thousand Knives, Ruyichi Sakamoto