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Andy Friedman

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Jon Irabagon

As the new millennium approaches the end of its first decade and folks who habitually worry about such things ponder the death of jazz...

Miles Davis

Miles Davis was in his mid-forties when he completed his transition from traditionalist to improvisational jazz-funk maestro, and most of his in-between work is...

The Killers

In no universe do mohawks and waistcoats go together. But The Killers continue to churn out throbbing, synth-laden floor-filler that's equal parts Roxy Music...

The Dangits

I’d resigned myself to the fact that nobody around the Metromess plays real, unhyphenated rock ’n’ roll anymore — you know, that blues-based music...

Janiva Magness

Janiva Magness has the blues. And judging by the low-cut black dress she’s wearing on the cover of her third full-length album, Do I...

VVOES’ Get Your Life

VVoes Get Your Life (Self-released) Shortly after debuting its demos online in 2015, Fort Worth-based Ill Smiths began generating a solid amount of buzz around the region...

Pretty Girls Make Graves

“Pop!” goes the hot Seattle-raised quintet Pretty Girls Make Graves, and their fans seem pretty divided. PGMG always resembled a more canny, if less...

The Fireman

Electric Arguments (Capitol/EMI Records) By Justin Press It's taken 46 years for Paul McCartney to finally enter a blue(s) period. His new side project, The...

White Whale

White Whale’s bio reads like a parody of the worst press releases. In a few hundred words, the band is compared to a seemingly...

Modest Mouse

Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock is probably the most unassuming hero in modern rock, an idea he wouldn’t scoff at but would more than...