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Nudity / Priestess

Age of Disinformation

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Seabrook Power Plant

The words "banjo" and "avant-garde" aren't exactly strangers. You need think only of Eugene Chadbourne and Mark Growden's uses of the rustic instrument in...

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...

Son Volt

With anger over the war in Iraq escalating and next year’s presidential election looming, there seems to be a lot of politically charged music...

Thom Schuyler

Prayer of a Desperate Man's title track could be the best spiritual song of recent years. But singer-songwriter Thom Schuyler isn't content with that....

Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

Anybody who’s ever seen old black-and-white cartoons and paid any attention to the background music understands the joyous appeal of jazz swing, especially its...

Linda Oh Trio

On the cover of her debut CD, Malaysian-born, Australian-bred bassist Linda Oh appears as a graphic novel heroine, silhouetted against a full moon, gazing...

girlsRISEwithHEAT

As the technology of musical production keeps progressing, so do the opportunities for artistic experimentation, and some artists continue to mix aspects of different...

Slayer

Since forming the early 1980s, Slayer has always been a big black cloud hovering over the music industry. Brutal and agile, precise and cold,...

Buddy Guy

As one of the masters of the blues, Buddy Guy has honored, enlivened, and extended the genre during his 50-year career. The three-c.d., one-DVD...

Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter, James Cotton

In 1977, a young albino white man from Texas was among the most popular blues-rock guys around. One of Johnny Winter’s greatest accomplishments that...