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Trampled By Turtles

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 that...
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Roadkill Ghost Choir: In Tongues

by Justin Jacobs on August 18, 2014
On breakout track “Beggars’ Guild,” Florida’s Roadkill Ghost Choir hit the sweet spot between Mumford & Sons’ power-folk and My Morning Jacket’s passionate post-Southern rock. But...
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XPoNential Music Festival: Dawes, Jenny Lewis & Ryan Adams

by Lilli Friedman on August 15, 2014
XPoNential Music Festival: Dawes, Jenny Lewis & Ryan Adams Susquehanna Bank Center, Camden, N.J. July 26 During the 21st annual XPoNential Music Festival, University of...
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Dr. John: Ske-Dat-De-Dat: The Spirit of Satch

by Phillip Booth on August 15, 2014
Dr. John pays loving tribute to a hometown hero on Ske-Dat-De-Dat, an eclectic collection of tunes recorded by Louis Armstrong. John, who explored a palette of more modern sounds on the Dan...
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Keith Jarrett/Charlie Haden: Last Dance

by Jeff Tamarkin on August 14, 2014
The sad news is that, with the death of Charlie Haden in July, this set of 2007 duo recordings with pianist Keith Jarrett becomes one of the final records issued during the legendary bassist’s...
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Matisyahu: Akeda

by Justin Jacobs on August 13, 2014
If there’s one theme that’s run through Matisyahu’s music—from his inspired, religious-reggae breakthrough Live At Stubb’s in 2005 to 2012’s generic pop-radio fodder Spark...
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The Gaslight Anthem: Get Hurt

by Emily Zemler on August 12, 2014
New Jersey rock group The Gaslight Anthem warned fans ahead of time that Get Hurt, their fifth album, would skew away from their formative releases. It does and it doesn’t—mostly because...
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Henry Butler-Steven Bernstein and the Hot 9: Viper’s Drag

by Richard Gehr on August 11, 2014
From Sex Mob to the Millennial Territory Orchestra to his latest project, the word “rollicking” was arguably coined to describe the music of trumpeter-bandleader Steven Bernstein. On Henry...
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Donna Jean Godchaux Band with Jeff Mattson: Back Around

by Jeff Tamarkin on August 08, 2014
It is no secret that many Deadheads did not appreciate the vocal parts that Donna Jean Godchaux lent to the Grateful Dead in the ‘70s, but let’s forget for a minute that she was ever in that...
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M. Geddes Gengras: Ishi

by Jesse Jarnow on August 07, 2014
It can be hard to make time in one’s life for modular synthesizer music. Why listen to long, drifting drones when it’s possible to just dial up something with a tasty beat, a nice jam or a...

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