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Wednesday, June 25 2014

Lines West - “Lover” (audio) (Premiere)

The simple alt-country of Lines West's music goes a long ways in softening the Connecticut band's intense lyrical explorations, as its new single "Lover" attests.


Wednesday, May 21 2014

Megan Bonnell - “Off the World” (video) (Premiere)

Here's the new video by the singer/songwriter Megan Bonnell, the gorgeous, piano-driven ballad about the follies of love called "Off the World".


Monday, May 5 2014

Collin Herring - ‘Some Knives’ (album stream) (Premiere)

Texas singer-songwriter Collin Herring is back after a five-year absence with an exciting new album. Sometimes things really are worth the wait.


Wednesday, April 23 2014

Carly Ritter - “It Don’t Come Easy” (video) (Premiere) + Tour Dates

Tex Ritter's granddaughter Carly Ritter emerges as a promising young Americana artist with her self-titled debut from Vanguard Records.


Wednesday, February 5 2014

Parker Millsap: Parker Millsap

Road tunes and leavetakings are a fitting metaphorical trope for this album, because Millsap is clearly going places.


Friday, October 4 2013

Paul Conrad - “Heresy Baby” (stream) (Premiere)

Australian singer-songwriter Paul Conrad constructs a full sound drawing from indie and classic rock, topped with a Thom Yorke-esque voice.


Tuesday, October 1 2013

Jeff Lynne: Armchair Theatre (Deluxe Re-Issue)

A true testament to his musicianship and longevity in the business, Jeff Lynne's forgotten classic, Armchair Theatre, returns -- and it sounds better than ever.


Wednesday, August 21 2013

White Lies: Big TV

A safe, solid deliverance from White Lies, but nothing spectacular.


Monday, August 5 2013

Damien Jurado: Where Shall You Take Me (deluxe reissue)

Reissue of 2003 effort from reliable singer-songwriter Damien Jurado shows how little time has passed. Bonus materials truly enhance an already ridiculously good record.


Sunday, July 21 2013

Sara Hickman: Shine

Shine is a giddy collection of songs, but therein lies the biggest problem with the LP: it feels like a compilation.


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Barn Owl: V (Reviews) [5.Jun.13]
Hot Lunch: Hot Lunch (Reviews) [5.Jun.13]
Justice: Access All Arenas (Reviews) [20.May.13]
Peace: In Love (Reviews) [15.May.13]
Hands: Synesthesia (Reviews) [28.Apr.13]
TEEN - “Paradise” (stream) (Mixed Media) [26.Apr.13]
Zomes: Time Was (Reviews) [25.Apr.13]
Iron and Wine: Ghost on Ghost (Reviews) [23.Apr.13]
Keaton Henson: Birthdays (Capsule Reviews) [15.Apr.13]
Caveman: Caveman (Reviews) [14.Apr.13]
Belleruche: Rollerchain (Reviews) [19.Aug.12]
Zulu Winter: Language (Reviews) [30.Jul.12]
Mariah McManus: Nice to Meet You (Capsule Reviews) [1.Feb.12]
Bethesda: Dreamtiger & Other Tails (Capsule Reviews) [2.Jan.12]
Francis Plagne: Tenth Volume of Maps (Capsule Reviews) [21.Nov.11]
Husband: Husband (Capsule Reviews) [17.Nov.11]
Ólöf Arnalds: Ólöf Sings EP (Reviews) [9.Nov.11]
Jonathan Wilson: Gentle Spirit (Reviews) [2.Nov.11]
The Migrant: Amerika (Capsule Reviews) [26.Oct.11]
Justice: Audio, Video, Disco (Reviews) [24.Oct.11]
James Blake: Enough Thunder EP (Reviews) [20.Oct.11]
Shelby Lynne: Revelation Road (Reviews) [19.Oct.11]
Rachel Taylor Brown: World So Sweet (Capsule Reviews) [29.Sep.11]
Krista Muir: Between Atoms (Capsule Reviews) [29.Sep.11]
Ben Sollee: Inclusions (Capsule Reviews) [28.Sep.11]
Mountain Man: Live at the Wiltern (Reviews) [26.Sep.11]
Rebekah Higgs: Odd Fellowship (Capsule Reviews) [25.Sep.11]
Quantic: The Best of Quantic (Reviews) [22.Sep.11]
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