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The Orange Constant: Point of Reference

by Raffaela Kenny-Cincotta on March 19, 2018
The Orange Constant’s sophomore studio album  Point of Reference is filled with songs for stargazing. Throughout the LP, the Georgia-based band imbues tracks with sonic textures to create...

Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters at The Orpheum Theatre

by Larson Sutton on March 16, 2018
Photo Credit: Frank MelfiUp and down the 800 block of Broadway the bootleg T-shirt business was bustling. Of the many options of unauthorized garb, each had one thing in common: Robert Plant’s...

Jackie Shane: Any Other Way

by Bill Murphy on March 16, 2018
If it were adapted for a film, then Jackie Shane’s story might read like the screenplay version of an Iceberg Slim or Donald Goines novel, except that it doesn’t end in betrayal and...

The Wombats: Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life

by Emily Zemler on March 15, 2018
“I don’t know how to deal with these New York City blues,” Wombats frontman Matthew “Murph” Murphy howls on “White Eyes,” a standout track on the band’s fourth album. It’s an...

The Doors: Live at the Isle of Wight 1970

by Jeff Tamarkin on March 14, 2018
Jim Morrison was still facing a possible three-year prison term stemming from trumped-up indecent exposure/profanity charges in Miami the preceding year when The Doors—who had multiple dates...

Field Music: Open Here

by Emily Zemler on March 13, 2018
Field Music builds a very specific mood on Open Here, their sixth album. The songs, which follow up on 2016’s Commontime, are distinctly blithe, with an almost cinematic atmosphere rising around...

Chris Hillman: The Asylum Years

by Jeff Tamarkin on March 12, 2018
By the time he cut his first two solo albums in 1976–77, Chris Hillman had long ago earned his future Rock and Roll Hall of Fame credentials as a founding member of The Byrds—sticking around...

Legend of the Seagullmen: Legend of the Seagullmen

by Ryan Reed on March 09, 2018
If you ever start a progmetal fantasy league, then you should draft Mastodon guitarist Brent Hinds and Tool drummer Danny Carey as your first two picks. Any project featuring that virtuoso duo...

Kip Hanrahan: Crescent Moon Waning

by Richard Gehr on March 08, 2018
The enigmatic producer-composer-percussionist Kip Hanrahan developed his own idiosyncratic style in New York during the ‘80s. Hanrahan’s new Crescent Moon Waning is another sensuous and...