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Postmodern Jukebox Returns With More Re-imagined Hits and Classics

Part reality show, a la The Voice, part old-school jukebox, and part iPhone or Spotify song shuffle, the project's premise is to basically throw things to the wall to see what sticks.

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David Berkeley Searches for Common Ground on "This Be Dear to Me" (premiere)

Rather than contribute to negativity and division, David Berkeley hopes to bridge some common ground and reach out with dialogue, as on "This Be Dear to Me".

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Seth Lakeman's "Divided We Will Fall" Speaks to the State of Things

With a twangy instrumental track and an up-tempo fiddle lead courtesy of Seth Lakeman, "Divided We Will Fall" tells a tale of perseverance in the face common difficulty.

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White Denim Continue to Jam on 'Performance'

White Denim's Performance is a no-frills record that plays to the band's strengths while reminding listeners just why they're so damn good in the first place.

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River Whyless Address the Cultural Zeitgeist on Their Latest Release

On their third full-length release, Kindness, A Rebel, indie Americana outfit River Whyless address important issues by simply acknowledging their overwhelming presence in daily life, circa 2018

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Danish Punk Band Iceage Up the Ante on 'Beyondless'

On Beyondless, Iceage feels as if they've arrived and the stage is all theirs.

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Nashville Cat Joshua Hedley Comes to Shine With a Fine Debut Solo Album

With years of performing under his belt, longtime Nashville session player Joshua Hedley releases his first collection of original material.

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Justin Townes Earle: Kids in the Street

Alt-country troubadour Justin Townes Earle returns with a mature batch of tunes centered around changing landscapes and the promise of the future.

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The Sadies: Northern Passages

Veteran Canadian rockers return from a multi-year hiatus stronger than ever.

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Lydia Loveless: Real

Columbus, Ohio-based singer-songwriter tightens things up musically, but loses none of her honest emotion and lyrical frankness

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Packing Bags and Hittin' the Road: A Look Back on Music Gatherings of Yore

Remember when Mumford and Sons spent their pre-show hours swinging from tires in a lake crowded with fans?

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Woods: City Sun Eater in the River of Light

A slight step out of the comfort zone from Brooklyn's Woods, one of indie rock's most reliable and steady voices

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Spoon: Gimme Fiction

Ten years later, an adored band's mid-career triumph is again celebrated.

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Love: Reel to Real

Arthur Lee turns Love into a tight-knit funk and R&B outfit on this long-lost 1974 gem.

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