We are thrilled to announce that the Albumism family is expanding once again with the addition of Sarah Paolantonio. Our team—and most importantly, our readers—are sure to benefit from the experienced perspective and unbridled passion that Sarah infuses throughout her music writing. We’re excited to read much more from Sarah in the future, and encourage our readers to check out her debut article, a thoughtful review of Titus Andronicus’ new album A Productive Cough.
More about Sarah:
Sarah Paolantonio is a recovering music programmer who always keeps the radio on. She spends her time reading every book she can find about niche music histories and subcultures. The bands she cannot live without are Wilco, Nirvana, Jefferson Airplane, The Velvet Underground, and The White Stripes. But the first band she ever loved is Led Zeppelin. Sarah believes every band is someone's favorite and there's always something to discover, new and old. She holds an MFA in Nonfiction Writing from Sarah Lawrence College, and lives and works in Brooklyn. You can read more from her in Entropy Magazine and on her website. Follow Sarah on Twitter via @sarahpaol because she wants to know what your favorite Bob Dylan record is.
Sarah’s 5 Favorite Albums of All Time:
Big Brother & The Holding Company | Cheap Thrills (1968)
Bob Dylan | Bringing It All Back Home (1965)
Father John Misty | I Love You, Honeybear (2015)
Joni Mitchell | Miles of Aisles (1974)
The Specials | The Specials (1979)