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The far-reaching influence of The Band’s debut “Music From Big Pink”

This week marks the 50th anniversary of the release of The Band's seminal debut album Music From Big Pink. In 1968, the musicians who would...

Jorja Smith’s “Lost & Found” shows she is a true talent

Jorja Smith’s first full length album, "Lost & Found," is as silky smooth as a Zadie Smith novel. It has the same impossible coolness...

Jack White’s “Boarding House Reach” Really Reaches

There are a lot of things that you're subjected to listening to when you get paid to write about music, and not all of...

Review: David Byrne’s “American Utopia”

It's been ten years since David Byrne released "Everything That Happens Will Happen Today," a collaboration with Brian Eno. Released in a year that...

Borgo’s triumphant return to music with debut album “Be Kind”

They say music heals the soul, but it also heals the body, and Brian Bourgault is living proof. Bourgault, also known by his stage...

Screaming Females does a touch too much on “All At Once”

There's a lot to love on "All at Once" but there's a lot on "All at Once" in general. "All At Once" is a...

Carpenter Brut’s “Leather Teeth” is a rad soundtrack to an imaginary...

(The cover art for "Leather Face" - - Carpenter Brut's newest album. Image courtesy of Carpenter Brut's Bandcamp page.) With little warning one of synthwave's...

“Marbled” is a thoughtful and strong labor of love

(The cover art for Abhi The Nomad's new album "Marbled" - courtesy of His Bandcamp page.) Abhi The Nomad is an Indian indie rapper who...

BoA shows she still has her K-Pop chops with “One Shot,...

If you're a K-Pop fan you'd be forgiven for not recognizing the name right away but BoA is something of an elder stateswoman in...

With “Little Dark Age” MGMT makes an album where every song...

After big hits on their first album, MGMT quietly became an avant-garde band. The MGMT that made "Little Dark Age" sounds like an entirely...