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Anne Feeney

Bad Religion

Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights

The Crash That Took Me

Janiva Magness

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PrinceRodriguez

Songs from the Sod, the second album from Fort Worth’s PrinceRodriguez, is a mostly enjoyable country-blues-rock romp with a bit of gypsy outlaw in...

Andy Friedman

Singer-songwriter Andy Friedman complains on the first track off his new album, Weary Things, that he misses being broken, lowdown, and alone. By the...

Fontaine Brown

Tales from the Fence Line (Manatee Records) By Tom Geddie Listening to Fontaine Brown's Tales from the Fence Line is almost like plugging in an old...

Staff Benda Bilili

Read the backstory on these guys, and you'll think they're superheroes. Paraplegic street musicians who tool around the streets of Kinshasa in the Democratic...

Died Pretty

Australian record labels have long been ahead of the curve in terms of providing bonus materials to soften the sting of exorbitant CD prices....

Signals & Alibis’ Looks Like Rain

It is impossible to listen to Signal & Alibis’ Looks Like Rain without immediately being swept back to the early’90s Scene that Celebrates Itself:...

Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney Memory Almost Full (Mercury) On a first, casual listen, Paul McCartney’s new Memory Almost Full seems rather ordinary. Second and subsequent listens...

Secret Devil Sign

A million years ago, Black Sabbath, heavy metal’s original Saurians, electrocuted the blues to invent an ominous breed of devil-courting, mom-scaring music. Shortly thereafter,...

Sufjan Stevens

Writing a definitive Sufjan Stevens review is almost as ambitious as Stevens’ intent to write, record, and release 50 albums themed after each U.S....

Earl Musick

Earl Musick’s fourth album, Duck & Cover, is made possible by the convergence of local talent with modern technology available to almost anyone with...