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Ginger Baker: Why?

by Jeff Tamarkin on July 21, 2014
Anyone who’s seen the documentary Beware of Mr. Baker or read an interview with the irascible musician knows that Ginger Baker doesn’t have much love for rock drummers (or people in general,...

Freeman: FREEMAN

by Glenn BurnSilver on July 18, 2014
Aaron Freeman, half of Ween (Gene), always offered a diverse array of explorations— musically and lyrically. It isn’t surprising, then, that FREEMAN opens with what is perhaps rock’s most...

Professor Longhair: The Last Mardi Gras

by Glenn BurnSilver on July 17, 2014
Henry Roeland “Roy” Byrd, aka Professor Longhair, single-handedly created his own genre. A meld of boogie-woogie, rhythm and blues, New Orleans jazz and Creole cadence, Byrd developed a...

Drowning Clowns: All That’s Covered Over

by Abbe Ouziel on July 16, 2014
All That’s Covered Over is the debut album by self-proclaimed psychedelic-rock orchestra, Drowning Clowns. The Pittsburgh-based band began as a passion project for musician Mike Speranzo, who...

Ghost Owl: Say Goodbye to Finland

by Brian Bavosa on July 15, 2014
Reinventing yourself, while holding onto your roots, can be an extremely difficult process. Sometimes, a certain sustainable groove emerges from a shadow—or ghost—of your former self....

The Jezabels at Brighton Music Hall

by Matthew Shelter on July 14, 2014
The Jezabels Brighton Music Hall Boston, MA June 17 From the opening song of The Jezabels show at the intimate Brighton Music Hall in Boston, the thought comes to mind that...

Marc Ribot Trio: Live at the Village Vanguard

by Jeff Tamarkin on July 14, 2014
Jazz has never been Marc Ribot’s main thing, but that’s mainly because Ribot doesn’t have a main thing. Since appearing on the NYC scene in the ‘80s, the guitarist has collaborated with...

John Hiatt: Terms of My Surrender

by Nancy Dunham on July 11, 2014
The songs on John Hiatt’s new album Terms of My Surrender are so grimy and gritty that the sound conjures the cigarette-smoke-and-cheap-liquor smell of old-style blues clubs. With his...

Aaron Comess: Blues For Use

by Amy Burger on July 10, 2014
Amid recording with the likes Joan Osborne, Edie Brickell and Charlie Sexton, as well as his own groups, New York Electric Piano and Spin Doctors, drummer/multi-instrumentalist Aaron Comess has...

Little Dragon: Nabuma Rubberband

by Emily Zemler on July 09, 2014
On Nabuma Rubberband, Little Dragon’s follow-up to their 2011 effort Ritual Union, there is a distinct sense of mood created that seeps throughout all 12 tracks. Part ethereal indie rock and...

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