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Alan Vega, Alex Chilton, Ben Vaughn: Cubist Blues

by Bill Murphy on February 05, 2016
It’s not enough to label Cubist Blues as a cult record, even though the circumstances that surrounded it—two unscripted all-night recording sessions at a noir-ish downtown New York studio...

Lucinda Williams: The Ghosts of Highway 20

by Jeff Tamarkin on February 04, 2016
Sooner or later, it seems, most singer-songwriters write their “on-the-road” album. It’s a natural calling, considering how much time they spend making their way from one dot on the map to...

Gary Douglas: Keepin’ Faith

by Lee Zimmerman on February 03, 2016
Gary Douglas is your typical rock-and-roll troubadour, an intrepid journeyman whose sweat-drenched sound reminds one of the usual heartland heroes, Fogerty, Mellencamp and Seger chief among them....

Scott Fagan: South Atlantic Blues

by Glenn BurnSilver on February 02, 2016
Every few years, a lost poet/musician of the ‘60s is “found”—rediscovered for their insightful lyrics and commentaries reflecting harrowing loss, substance abuse and seemingly endless tales...

Various Artists (Yo La Tengo, Kurt Vile, Hiss Golden Messenger, Thurston Moore…): Parallelogram

by Jesse Jarnow on February 01, 2016
For the past 15 years, North Carolina-based Three Lobed Recordings has documented an intersection of underground psychedelia and Americana—some improvised, some not. The 10 artists spread over...

Benji Hughes: Songs in the Key of Animals

by Justin Jacobs on January 29, 2016
Benji Hughes knows how to grab your attention—and probably make you smile. He’s a burly dude with a huge beard. His latest album is called Songs in the Key of Animals, and on the cover, he...

The Werks: Inside A Dream

by Matt Inman on January 28, 2016
The Werks have become known for their technical skill and penchant for mixing genres at will, and with one song on Inside A Dream, the Ohio-based band takes the latter to another level. Their...

Cornelius: Constellations Of Music

by Jesse Jarnow on January 27, 2016
It’s been nearly a decade since the last proper full-length by the Japanese musician Cornelius, also known as Keigo Oyamada. Like his American counterpart Beck, Oyamada spent the ‘90s...

Neon Indian: VEGA INTL. Night School

by Bill Murphy on January 26, 2016
Alan Palomo has come a long way from the trippy synth-warped space collage of 2009’s Psychic Chasms—an album that cemented the so-called “glo-fi” or “chillwave” style in the firmament of...

Youssou N’Dour & Le Super Etoile de Dakar: Fatteliku Live in Athens 1987

by Richard Gehr on January 25, 2016
Opening acts seldom release live albums. But all bets were off when youngish Senegalese star Youssou N’Dour and his Super Étoile de Dakar group—featuring chattering talking drums, saxophone,...

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