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Nels Cline Singers

A musician I know put it thus: “Nels Cline is a warlock!” While I doubt the Wilco guitarist is conversant in the dark arts,...

Tony Ferraro

Tony Ferraro has spent the past few years firmly placing his thumbprint all over the North Texas music scene. From his days fronting indie-pop...

Pepper

There’s this scene in Blue Crush where surfer girl Anne-Marie Chadwick goes to rescue lil’ sis Penny from a house party on Oahu’s North...

LSD March

Formed in 1996 in Himeji, Japan, and named after a song by '70s German psych-rockers Guru Guru, LSD March is the latest in a...

Trout Fishing in America

On Who Knows What We Might Do, the popular, three-time Grammy-nominated "kids' duo" Trout Fishing in America produces itself for the first time and...

Alan Jackson

Alan Jackson may be one of a few current country music stars whose careers will last longer than a frozen margarita or one of...

The Damnwells

The Damnwells have come a long way since recording their debut c.d., the stripped-down Bastards of the Beat, in a mini-storage unit in Manhattan....

Andy Friedman

Weary Things(City Salvage Records) By Tom Geddie Singer-songwriter Andy Friedman complains on the first track off his new album, Weary Things, that he misses being broken,...

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Darkness, Dimensions, Disillusions Stone Machine Electric (Sludgelord Records) Darkness, Dimensions, Disillusions is Mid-Cities-repping Stone Machine Electric’s sixth full-length, though given the length of the “doom jazz” duo’s...

Various Artists

Taking its name from revolutionary rebels in Nicaragua, Sandinista!, The Clash’s groundbreaking album from 1980, is “an exciting, sprawling mess,” according to writer Jimmy...