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Joseph Arthur and Peter Buck Face the World Staring Straight Forward on 'Arthur Buck'

An unexpected collaboration between Joseph Arthur and Peter Buck produces a great summer record of noisy, dark garage-pop.

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Various Artists: The Voice Project Presents Home Recordings Volume 1

Music as a tool for social change: An important cause highlighted in a simple, yet powerful way.

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RNDM: 8 November 2012 - Bowery Ballroom, New York

RNDM is big, brash and bold. Will they take beef with this?

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RNDM: Acts

RNDM has accomplished a rare feat — undercutting the criticisms leveled against most supergroups by not attempting to be some grandiose construct, instead bearing the mark of three buddies making music for the hell of it.

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"It's Not Like You're Getting Better": An Interview with Joseph Arthur

When Joseph Arthur -- celebrated musician, sometimes painter, and occasional black sheep of Akron -- put out his latest disc, little did he know he'd push his career forward by taking a powerful look back ...

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Joseph Arthur: Foreign Girls

Former Peter Gabriel prodigy puts out his forth and final EP for 2008, which, when all put together, manage to sound like the blandest pop-rock of any given post-millenial year.

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Joseph Arthur: Vagabond Skies

With his latest 2008 EP, Arthur shows us he doesn't lack for output, but he may be short on ideas.

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Joseph Arthur: Crazy Rain

With his own label and studio, Joseph Arthur is now free to release his own music as he wants. As these first two '08 EPs prove, Arthur's prolific nature is spreading his talents far too thin.

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Joseph Arthur

It only makes sense that such earnest, vulnerable music comes from a person who can make you feel out of place.

Eddie Ciminelli

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