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Banging beats and instrumental melodies complement some wicked rhymes on this new collaboration.

The Truth on Tape?

Furnished by Fate

Bummer Vacation is (clockwise from top left) Ricky Williford, Ryan Torres-Reyes, Paul Hernandez, and Tyler Moore.

Not a Bummer Vacation (UPDATED)

Hope Is Alive

Coyote Spirit

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Wild and Untamed Thing

Young singer-songwriter Jessie Frye draws from odd influences to take The Delve. By JIMMY FOWLER Arlington singer-songwriter Jessie Frye sounds older than her 19 years on...

Birth of the Cool

Bertha Coolidge gigs are about as infrequent -- but as blazing -- as falling stars, mainly because the band is truly only a band...

New Local Music

Joe Savage’s Songs Worth Singing A century removed from the way Hank done it and decades after the heyday of Townes, Willie, and Waylon, and...

Scorched Earth

We are survivalists. Quickly and accurately, we must use our eyes and ears (and sometimes noses) to separate the people who will happily pick...

Blonde Ambition

Dylan Owens is a different breed of punk. Bad Blonde’s twentysomething frontman is an anti-millennial –– confident with an air of positivity yet unfazed...

Killer or Filler?

In a few short years, Fungi Girls have released two 7-inch singles, a demo EP (Psilo), and a 12-inch LP (2009’s Seafaring Pyramids), and...

New Local Music

Matthew McNeal’s Compadre The opening electric guitar lick on Matthew McNeal’s new debut album grabbed my ear from the get-go. The lick sounded kinda country,...

Ryan Adams

After Ryan Adams’ startling debut, Gold, in 2001, he seemed to start spitting out a record every six months or so. By the time...

Strings

When you know just about everything there is to know about the guitar, you can do pretty much anything musically. "I can't remember not...

Squanto’s Spear of Density

For fans of ’90s trip-hop, early Beck, glitchwerks, the poetry of John Ashbery and Jorie Graham, and music as people 30 and older probably...