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March 2018 Relix Magazine Sampler: Umphrey's McGee "Maybe Someday"
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Jimi Hendrix: Both Sides of the Sky

by Jeff Tamarkin on March 21, 2018
Even the most devoted Jimi Hendrix acolyte should be skeptical by now: How much more can possibly remain in the vault nearly five decades after his passing, and even if there’s stuff squirreled...

Imarhan: Temet

by John Adamian on March 20, 2018
American listeners have grown familiar with Tuareg music and what’s become known as “desert blues,” primarily through the recordings of Tinariwen, a band whose roots stem from the southern...

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...

Brandi Carlile: By the Way, I Forgive You

by Justin Jacobs on March 05, 2018
Since her breakthrough album The Story was released in 2007, Brandi Carlile’s appeal has laid in those moments when she cuts free and unleashes, when her startlingly beautiful voice reverberates...

Umphrey’s McGee: it’s not us

by Raffaela Kenny-Cincotta on March 02, 2018
 As Umphrey’s McGee rang in 2018 at Denver’s Fillmore Auditorium, they strategically chose “The Silent Type” to kick off the year. Opening UM’s latest record, it’s not us, the tune is...

Jack Black: The Polka King (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

by Richard Gehr on March 01, 2018
Of course, tenacious Jack Black would want to play Jan Lewan, the Polish Pennsylvania polka prince whose Ponzi scheme led to a jail cell in 2004. Like Lewan, Black has panache to spare. Moreover,...

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club: Wrong Creatures

by Emily Zemler on February 28, 2018
Wrong Creatures, recorded in LA with producer Nick Launay, is Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s eighth album overall and first since 2013’s Specter at the Feast. Despite that gap between releases,...

Grayson Capps: Scarlett Roses

by Lee Zimmerman on February 27, 2018
Grayson Capps’ music evades any easy categorization. Over the course of his previous albums, he’s spanned a broad swath of specific genres, from blues and folk to rock and country, all...

Kramer: The Brill Building, Book Two Featuring Bill Frisell

by Richard Gehr on February 26, 2018
Spirits shimmy and shudder throughout The Brill Building, Book Two, the hep and haunted second volume of psychedelicized cover versions of vintage American pop by the mononymic producer and...