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Sun Kil Moon: St George's Church, Brighton

David Bennun, The Guardian, 4 August 2015

BACK, THEN, to the old question of whether, and how, one separates the artist from the art. Mark Kozelek's music has been justly treasured since Red House Painters' debut LP Down Colorful Hill in 1992. His current work as Sun Kil Moon is extraordinary. But when his shtick recently veered from amusing broadsides at rising indie rockists the War on Drugs to malign, sexually loaded attacks on female writers (including Guardian contributor Laura Snapes), it left a nasty aftertaste.

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