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Billy Gibbons & The BFG’s: Perfectamundo

by Bill Murphy on November 25, 2015
As the heart and soul of ZZ Top, Billy Gibbons has made a prolific stock-and-trade out of powerhouse riffage and throw-down boogie rock, and yet, somehow, in all this time, he’s never come out...

Bottle Rockets: South Broadway Athletic Club

by Lee Zimmerman on November 24, 2015
Make no mistake: Consistency doesn’t need to exclude creativity, especially when doled out by a band that continues to craft a singularly compelling sound. After nearly 23 years and a dozen...

Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings: It’s a Holiday Soul Party

by Bill Murphy on November 23, 2015
These days, we tend to write off holiday records as mere novelty throwaways, but there was a time when they often stood on their own as great pieces of music. (James Brown’s Funky Christmas...

Grateful Dead: Dick’s Picks Vol. 8: Harpur College, Binghamton, N.Y., May 2, 1970

by Jeff Tamarkin on November 20, 2015
Every Deadhead has a favorite era, and within each period, there are certain shows that are generally acknowledged to be as good as it got. For those who hold dear the beginning of the...

Alex Bleeker & the Freaks: Country Agenda

by John Adamian on November 19, 2015
Maybe it’s unfair to compare a contemporary artist to one of the greatest bands ever, but Alex Bleeker & the Freaks almost seem to ask for it. Bleeker, who also plays bass and sings in Real...

The Oh Hellos: Dear Wormwood

by Justin Jacobs on November 18, 2015
Texas folk act The Oh Hellos are centered around the brother-sister duo of Tyler and Maggie Heath, with a cast of friends giving the band a big, room-filling sound. After two albums and a...

Joanna Newsom: Divers

by Richard Gehr on November 17, 2015
Four years in the making, Joanna Newsom’s fourth album once again blends art music and folk songs into something weird and beautiful and resonant. Apart from occasional drums, guitar, banjo or...

White Out with Nels Cline: Accidental Sky

by Jesse Jarnow on November 16, 2015
Abetted by Wilco guitarist Nels Cline, long-running New York improv duo White Out glide easily into the noise-poetry ether on Accidental Sky. One of the more understated hers/his duos in the...

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard: Paper Måché Dream Balloon

by Jesse Jarnow on November 13, 2015
Until now, Melbourne’s King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have seemingly been content to be a good ol’ Kraut-boogie jammy band, happily pushing themselves into new territory (such as on last...

Steve Martin & Edie Brickell

by Lee Zimmerman on November 12, 2015
Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s utterly engaging debut, 2013’s Love Has Come for You, rightly reaped all kinds of kudos, so it’s little surprise that their sophomore set, So Familiar, is...

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