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Thursday, January 31 2013

Listening Ahead: Upcoming Releases for February 2013

February is Grammys time, but instead of rehashing last year’s big hits, check out this month’s new batch of releases.

Thursday, December 23 2010

The 60 Best Songs of 2010

Sixty slices of musical greatness highlighted by one of the most delightful expletive-ridden hits in pop music history.

Tuesday, January 20 2009

Part 1: AmpLive to Damien Jurado

From AmpLive to Damien Jurado, PopMatters offers up the first batch of Slipped Discs, 40 great albums that didn't quite make our year-end list in 2008, but our writers thought belonged there.

Monday, December 8 2008

The Best of Britain 2008

British music in 2008 was for once every bit the match of its American equivalent, and tantalisingly suggested there's much more to come.


Wednesday, February 6 2013

Frightened Rabbit: Pedestrian Verse

The album focuses on how we conflate intimacy and insularity, and when the characters confuse the two, the album is fascinating. Sometimes, though, the band may confuse them too.

Monday, November 22 2010

Frightened Rabbit: 17 October 2010 - Tempe, AZ

Frightened Rabbit is well-deserving of the mass appeal that somehow, for some reason, continues to barely elude them.

Wednesday, March 17 2010

Frightened Rabbit: Winter of Mixed Drinks

Those mixed drinks can warm you up or weigh you down as the snow piles up. The band always goes for the former, and that warmth extends out to the listener.

Tuesday, December 2 2008

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit’s songs wear their emotional scars in plain view, and it is this, perhaps, that unifies all of the seemingly disparate people in attendance tonight.

Sunday, October 19 2008

Frightened Rabbi: Liver! Lung! FR!

Mostly acoustic renditions of songs from the Scottish indie group's second album, recorded in an intimate live setting.


Wednesday, May 26 2010

Frightened Rabbit - "Nothing Like You" (Live on Fallon) (video)

Matt Fiander said this past March of Scotland's Frightened Rabbit: "For all its size and ambition, the band never sound like they’re stopping to

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