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The Felice Brothers Want Us All to 'Undress'

The Felice Brothers take the bromide "the personal is the political" and stand it on is head and have it stick out its tongue so that the political becomes personal on Undress.

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They'll Be Your Emmylou: An Interview with First Aid Kit

These Swedish sisters are barely in their 20s, but now with their second album acknowledging country's storied past, they get big help from the likes of Mike Mogis, the Felice Brothers, and Conor Oberst. The ladies sit down with PopMatters to tell us all about their wonderful journey ...

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First Aid Kit: The Lion's Roar

At its best, The Lion’s Roar is a staggering beautiful recreation of the sounds of Americana long gone, with a few added sprinkles and melodramatic twists that contribute extra dimension and weight to the material.

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Back in the Dancehalls: An Interview with the Felice Brothers

The Felice Brothers venture out of the norm by trying to do Americana music with synths and keyboards, and as they tell us, the results proved rather interesting . . .

Corey Beasley
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The Felice Brothers: Yonder is the Clock

The Felice Brothers’ latest effort is a looser affair -- far more The Basement Tapes than Blood on the Tracks -- yet still mirrors their self-titled in both its strengths and flaws. Where’s the growth?

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The Felice Brothers: The Felice Brothers

Siblings from upstate New York play ragged, dingy Americana. Their self-titled American debut is a mixed bag of old-timey fun and thinly-sung ballads.

Chris Conaton

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