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Monday, November 21 2011

Francis Plagne: Tenth Volume of Maps

Australian Francis Plagne makes most straightforward release to date.


Thursday, November 17 2011

Husband: Husband

First effort from a deep, dark soul.


Wednesday, November 9 2011

Ólöf Arnalds: Ólöf Sings EP

The Icelandic singer-songwriter serves up a fine quintet of English-language songs; highlights include covers of Springsteen, Dylan, and Johnny Cash.


Monday, November 7 2011

Luke Roberts: Big Bells and Dime Songs

Luke Roberts, from Brooklyn by way of Nashville, makes quiet, plaintive music that speaks to a tried and tested American folk tradition.


Thursday, November 3 2011

Tim Buckley: Tim Buckley (Deluxe Edition)

Buckley certainly deserves the royal treatment accorded here; this new edition of his debut 1966 album only provides more aural evidence of its greatness.


Sloan Wainwright: Upside Down & Under My Heart

How many of these Wainwrights are there, anyway?


Wednesday, November 2 2011

Jonathan Wilson: Gentle Spirit

While Wilson's inspiration may come from the past, he's hardly looking backwards on his debut.


Wednesday, October 26 2011

The Migrant: Amerika

Incorporating blues, country, folk, and indie all into one well-made package, Amerika is a notable songwriter effort.


Monday, October 24 2011

Justice: Audio, Video, Disco

Feeling like a classic from beginning to end, Audio, Video, Disco is a brilliant change-up from the brilliance of Cross, as well as a promising new direction for the band.


Thursday, October 20 2011

James Blake: Enough Thunder EP

Given the success of his self-titled debut, it is tempting to expect too much from this release. But Enough Thunder is an encouraging sign that James Blake is open to furthering his artistic vision.


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]
All the Apparatus: All the Apparatus (Capsule Reviews) [14.Sep.11]
Sondre Lerche: Sondre Lerche (Reviews) [7.Aug.11]
Graveyard: Hisingen Blues (Reviews) [1.Aug.11]
Mariana Bell: Push (Capsule Reviews) [9.Jun.11]
Arctic Monkeys: Suck It and See (Reviews) [8.Jun.11]
Gold-Bears: Are You in Love? (Reviews) [6.Jun.11]
Darwin Deez: Darwin Deez (Reviews) [23.May.11]
Wild Beasts: Smother (Reviews) [19.May.11]
The Antlers: Burst Apart (Reviews) [12.May.11]
Indie Music and the Hired Gun (Moving Citations) [11.May.11]
The Weeknd: House of Balloons (Reviews) [9.May.11]
Bill Callahan: Apocalypse (Reviews) [2.May.11]
Panda Bear: Tomboy (Reviews) [12.Apr.11]
Dennis Crommett: In the Buffalo Surround (Capsule Reviews) [24.Mar.11]
Lykke Li: Wounded Rhymes (Reviews) [28.Feb.11]
Doug Paisley: Constant Companion (Reviews) [27.Feb.11]
Georgia Fields: Georgia Fields (Capsule Reviews) [23.Feb.11]
Radiohead: The King of Limbs (Reviews) [21.Feb.11]
Rachel Goodrich: Rachel Goodrich (Capsule Reviews) [20.Feb.11]
Phil Manley: Life Coach (Reviews) [2.Feb.11]
Sic Alps: Napa Asylum (Reviews) [1.Feb.11]
Smith Westerns: Dye It Blonde (Reviews) [27.Jan.11]
The Radio Dept.: Never Follow Suit (Capsule Reviews) [26.Jan.11]
Johanna and the Dusty Floor: The Forest EP (Capsule Reviews) [11.Jan.11]
Koen Holtkamp: Gravity/Bees (Capsule Reviews) [2.Dec.10]
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