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Freekbass: Everybody’s Feelin’ Real

by John Patrick Gatta on September 02, 2014
Weaned on the fertile funk scene of Southern Ohio that brought us Bootsy Collins, Ohio Players and James Brown’s King Records, bassist Freekbass possesses all the low-end goods but...
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Rubblebucket: Survival Sounds

by Amy Jacques on August 29, 2014
With its horn blasts, handclaps, echoing synths and powerful beats, and Kalmia Traver’s unique and breezy vocals, Survival Sounds is re-energizing throughout. This is an album of triumph, joy,...
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Cowboy Jack Clement: For Once and for All

by Jeff Tamarkin on August 28, 2014
If you’ve never heard of Cowboy Jack Clement, then you’re far from alone. When he died last August at age 82, his name was nowhere near as well known as those whose careers and lives he...
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Kyle Hollingsworth: Speed Of Life

by Sam D’Arcangelo on August 27, 2014
The String Cheese Incident’s Kyle Hollingsworth is in top form on his third solo effort, Speed Of Life. The new album finds the keyboardist teaming up with some of his SCI bandmates, members...
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Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: Hypnotic Eye

by Amy Burger on August 26, 2014
Hypnotic Eye, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ first studio album in four years, hearkens back to Petty’s early years and classic, ‘60s-inspired sound. The bar is immediately set...
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J Mascis: Tied to a Star

by John Patrick Gatta on August 25, 2014
On Tied to a Star, alt-rock guitar god J Mascis’ latest solo endeavor, he once again favors soothing acoustic-guitar strumming over the electric, ear-bleeding, loud thrash and wail sounds...
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Shovels & Rope: Swimmin’ Time

by Amy Jacques on August 22, 2014
Swimmin’ Time is the third full-length release from the Charleston, S.C.-based husband-and-wife duo Shovels & Rope, following 2012’s O’ Be Joyful and 2008’s self-titled debut. This...
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Sonny Rollins: Road Shows, Volume 3

by Jeff Tamarkin on August 21, 2014
One thing becomes apparent rather quickly as this third volume of Sonny Rollins’ Road Shows series plays out: there isn't any pretense of democracy at work here. Where many jazz...
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Ruthie Foster: Promise of a Brand New Day

by Michael Verity on August 20, 2014
It is truly disturbing that average singers can become famous in the mainstream while Ruthie Foster remains a well-kept secret. She’s a force of nature, a singer who channels Bessie Smith as...
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Trampled By Turtles: Wild Animals

by Justin Jacobs on August 19, 2014
Though Minnesota quintet Trampled By Turtles has long been tagged as a progressive bluegrass act, their lonesome, minimalist aesthetic pushes them head-on into folk territory. Nowhere has...

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