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‘Thank You, Friends: Big Star’s Third….And More’ Captures LP’s True Essence (ALBUM REVIEW)

'Thank You, Friends: Big Star's Third....And More' Captures LP's True Essence (ALBUM REVIEW)

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The Black Angels Come To Life With ‘Death Song’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

It’s been four years since The Black Angels released their last full length, 2013’s Indigo Meadow.  Paying further homage to their namesake, the band’s latest album Death Song is a solid reminder of the influence ...

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Jason Eady Establishes Credence With Self Titled LP (ALBUM REVIEW)

Jason Eady is one of those middle-aged musicians who already has an old soul. Or at least that’s the impression he conveys on this self-titled sixth album. He’s been around for awhile, a fact reflected ...

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String Cheese Incident Try Reaching For Elusive Magic Studio LP On ‘Believe’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

String Cheese Incident Try Reaching For Elusive Magic Studio LP On 'Believe' (ALBUM REVIEW)

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BoDeans Succeed On Own Terms With ‘Thirteen’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

The release of BoDeans’ Thirteen is coincidental with a resurgence of interest in the group, and its seminal American style, based on an association with the Netflix’ The Ranch. Yet this record succeeds on its ...

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Paul McCartney Reissues 1989 Number 1 LP ‘Flowers in the Dirt’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Paul McCartney Reissues 1989 Number 1 LP 'Flowers in the Dirt'

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Guided by Voices Tackle Their First Double Album With ‘August by Cake’ (ALBUM REVIEWS)

Guided by Voices Tackle Their First Double Album With 'August by Cake'

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The Blackfoot Gypsies Ooze Rock and Roll Swagger On ‘To The Top’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Disenchanted rock n’ rollers desperately craving a reaffirmation of faith in contemporary music needn’t look any further than the Blackfoot Gypsies newest release from Plowboy Records, To The Top. Cram-jammed with the Gypsies’ signature amalgamation ...

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Anders Parker Embraces Philosophy and Orchestration on ‘The Man Who Fell From Earth’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Anders Parker has more than earned the respect of the Americana, folk, and alt-country communities with his various musical endeavors. His work in Varnaline, with the Woody Guthrie tribute New Multitudes – alongside Jim James, ...

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Andrew Combs Flows Sophistication On ‘Canyons Of My Mind’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Andrew Combs is one of the most compelling voices in country music today. If only he realized it. At a recent performance at Brooklyn’s Rough Trade, Combs quietly stated “I can’t believe people know my ...

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