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Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways

by Abbe Ouzie on November 21, 2014
On Oct. 17, 1994, Dave Grohl stepped into Robert Lang Studios in Seattle with a collection of songs to record. He played every instrument himself and, with the help of producer Barrett Jones,...

Damien Rice: My Favourite Faded Fantasy

by Glenn BurnSilver on November 20, 2014
Brutally honest and heartfelt, but also reassuringly real, Damien Rice returns with his first album since 2006’s acclaimed 9. Opening with the lush, orchestral title track, Rice eases into...

Fly Golden Eagle: Quartz Bijou

by Stratton Lawrence on November 19, 2014
There are musicians, and there are artists. With this 12-song collection—culled from a concurrent two-hour, 26-song release—titled Quartz, and designed to play along with The...

TV on the Radio: Seeds

by Bill Murphy on November 18, 2014
For a band that has been through so much (including the death of bassist and close friend Gerard Smith in 2011), TV on the Radio, particularly lead singer Tunde Adebimpe, sound positively...

Delta Spirit at The El Rey

by Larson Sutton on November 17, 2014
Delta Spirit El Rey Los Angeles, CA October 30 Only a scuffle in the mass of bodies collected in front of the stage could slow Delta Spirit and its charging anthems on this,...

Over The Rhine: Blood Oranges in the Snow

by Lee Zimmerman on November 17, 2014
Holiday albums generally fall into one of two categories—seasonal standards reinterpreted with a pop approach, or original offerings that take a spiritual slant. Blood Oranges in the Snow...

Hard Working Americans: The First Waltz

by Lee Zimmerman on November 14, 2014
Clearly living up to their unabashedly expressive handle, Hard Working Americans take a bold step with their sophomore set, offering a live album and DVD that captures them in concert in...

The Flaming Lips: With a Little Help from My Fwends

by The Flaming Lips on November 13, 2014
Is it ultra-ambitious, hubristic or just plain crazy to tackle a front-to-back cover version of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper? Possibly no one is better suited to the task than The Flaming...

Book Review: Amanda Petrusich Do Not Sell at Any Price: : The Wild, Obsessive Hunt for the World’s Rarest 78rpm Records

by Dean Budnick on November 12, 2014
In Do Not Sell at Any Price, Amanda Petrusich examines a unique subculture of record collectors: those individuals who devote their energies to 78 rpm records. The book’s title references the...

Ani DiFranco: Allergic To Water

by Lee Zimmerman on November 11, 2014
Ani DiFranco’s always possessed multiple MOs. An artist, entrepreneur and activist for a variety of feminist causes and political agendas, she’s befuddled even her most fervent fans with a...

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