CD REVIEW

Lucius: NUDES

by Justin Jacobs on April 09, 2018
Let’s call Lucius’ new release, coyly titled NUDES, a welcome, if not crucial, addition to the catalog of this rapidly rising LA-via-Brooklyn folk act. Led by co-frontwomen Jess Wolfe and...
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Roosevelt Collier: Exit 16

by Jeff Tamarkin on April 06, 2018
Remember when pedal-steel and lapsteel guitars provided that sweet sound that made country music sound like it actually came from the country? That is most definitely not what Roosevelt Collier is...
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Lucy Dacus: Historian

by Justin Jacobs on April 05, 2018
 Feel that lump forming in your throat? That’s Lucy Dacus’ new album Historian creeping up on you. The bad news is that those feelings aren’t going away soon. The good news is that you’re...
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Shawn Colvin: The Starlighter

by Lee Zimmerman on April 04, 2018
Those who decry that Shawn Colvin has mostly confined herself to covers on her last two outings—including her recent release with Steve Earle— may be overlooking the obvious. Simply put, Colvin is...
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Jonathan Wilson: Rare Birds

by Justin Jacobs on April 03, 2018
Jonathan Wilson may not be a household name, but his impact on the rock scene of the last decade is undeniable. Wilson produced all three Father John Misty albums; he’s logged time behind the...
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Phish: 4/2-4/3/98 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY & 4/4-4/5/98 Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI

by Jesse Jarnow on April 02, 2018
20 years ago today, Phish kicked off a four-night Northeast run that included two nights each at Nassaue Coliseum in Uniondale, NY, and Providence Civic Center in Providence, RI. Looking back to...