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Syd Arthur: Apricity

by Ryan Reed on October 27, 2016
On their dynamic fourth LP, Canterbury quartet Syd Arthur remains untethered to the past or present, continuing to refine their fusion of prog, psych-pop, jazz and folk. Much fuss has been made...

Nels Cline: Lovers

by Jason Woodbury on October 26, 2016
On paper, Nels Cline’s Lovers sounds impossibly idyllic. The Wilco guitarist’s latest solo foray is a double LP, his first release for Blue Note, devoted exclusively to “mood music,”...

The Head and the Heart: Signs of Light

by Jaan Uhelszki on October 25, 2016
The Head and the Heart’s third album, Signs of Light, finds this indie-folk collective one member down. Following the tour for 2013’s Let’s Be Still and recording the first tracks for Signs...

St. Paul & The Broken Bones: Sea of Noise

by Lee Zimmerman on October 24, 2016
St. Paul & The Broken Bones mine the very fiber of soul music, a seminal American sound. It’s music suited for celebration and exhortation, the sound of pure pop wholly detached from today’s...

Led Zeppelin: The Complete BBC Sessions

October 21, 2016
Does any Led Zeppelin fan, even the most rabid, need five live versions of “Communication Breakdown” on one album? Enter: The Complete BBC Sessions, a three-disc update of the band’s...

Greensky Bluegrass: Shouted, Written Down & Quoted

by Wesley Hodges on October 20, 2016
Humming like an expertly crafted and high-powered machine, Greensky Bluegrass stride confidently forward into the big shoes they’ve filled within the jamgrass universe with their latest LP....

Bon Iver: 22, A Million

by Ryan Reed on October 19, 2016
Some elusive holy spirit flows through Justin Vernon’s veins. And it carries him through mesmerizing spaces on 22, A Million, his third LP as Bon Iver. Saxophones flutter in warped...

Regina Spektor: Remember Us to Life

by Justin Jacobs on October 18, 2016
Since Regina Spektor released What We Saw from the Cheap Seats four years ago, Orange Is the New Black exploded with Spektor’s “You’ve Got Time” pounding over the opening credits. In 2014,...

Phish: Big Boat

by Benjy Eisen on October 17, 2016
Phish fans will never truly love their records as much as they love the immersive experience of their live shows. So then, it’s only sensible for the group to approach its albums as entirely...

Conor Oberst: Ruminations

by Emily Zemler on October 14, 2016
It’s been two years since Conor Oberst’s last solo effort, Upside Down Mountain, and it’s evident that the musician has been through some things since. His new album, Ruminations, which was...

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