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Van Halen’s Hard Rock Party Is Not to Be Outdone

Van Halen, helmed by a vivacious David Lee Roth and a steady Eddie Van Halen, put on a fine, festive old-school hard rock party not to be outdone. The good times have not gone anywhere!

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Co-Pilgrim - ‘Slows to Go’ (album stream) (premiere)

The UK band uses vocal harmonies to stunning effect on this sumptuous new album.

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Patty Griffin: Servant of Love

Griffin's latest disc may be her tenth, but it's the first one she has released on her own imprint.

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Destruction Unit: Negative Feedback Resistor

As metal and punk, hardcore and thrash, this space invasion storms over you.

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Promised Land Sound: For Use and Delight

If your promised land is full of warm harmonies, rich guitar, and well-crafted songs of cosmic country rock, then you’ve died and gone to heaven.

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Scorpions: Return to Forever

The German veterans sound remarkably like their classic selves on their new LP.

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Stephen Kellogg - “The Open Heart” (audio) (premiere)

For an album with such a high concept, its songs are so simple in their beauty.

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10 Americana Fest Bands to Fall in Love With Right Now

In addition to well-established headliners, 10 up-and-coming artists stood out at the 2015 Americana Music Festival in Nashville.

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Blitzen Trapper: All Across This Land

As the Portland band continues to log miles across the country, a new collection of tunes proves to be reliably comforting, adventurous, and wildly literate.

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The Los Lonely Wolves, Los Lobos, Is Still Brilliantly Defying Classification

It's hard to imagine an American band that's more inventive, death-defying and affable as Los Lobos. A new book and record reveal why.

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8 Oct 2015 // 2:20 AM

Dungen: Allas Sak

Dungen have mastered the subtle art of moving on sonically while still remaining true to their aesthetics.

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Moonsville Collective - “Blue Money Grove” (video) (premiere)

The LA band is all about chemistry, which you hear and see in their new video.

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Monster Magnet: Cobras and Fire (The Mastermind Redux)

Monster Magnet re-imagine one of their existing albums for the second time in two years, playing up the psychedelia without sacrificing the heaviness.

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Chron Goblin - “Give Way” (audio) (premiere)

The Western Canadian foursome return with a commanding new track.

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The Wood Brothers: Paradise

Brothers Chris and Oliver Wood and their friend Jano Rix gather for another impossibly good set of songs that make you wonder how they do it all so well.

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Turnpike Troubadours: Turnpike Troubadours

The red dirt stalwarts return with a rollicking collection of songs featuring a bigger, brawnier sound and further lyrical brilliance from Evan Felker.

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Nikki Hill - “(Let Me Tell You Bout) LUV” (audio) (premiere)

When you have a powerful Southern soul singer with a penchant for AC/DC, you know you're going to get something badass.

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Slocan Ramblers: Coffee Creek

Coffee Creek is one of those albums you might find yourself returning to when the tired trappings of modern music demand something more honest and unaffected.

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The Farwells - “Sugar Baby” (audio) (premiere)

The duo turn in a spellbinding rendition of an American folk classic.

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Aaron Lee Tasjan - “Made in America” (audio) (premiere)

The young New York Dolls alum sets off on his own with a terrific roots rock album.

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