Friday, October 18, 2019
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A review of “Titanic Rising” by Weyes Blood

Rating: 8.3/10 The album opens with a queasy synth, a sound that seems to be oozing out of a VHS tape that’s been cooking in...

A review of “Gold Past Life” by Fruit Bats

Rating: 6.7/10 “Gold Past Life” is the first LP since 2016’s “Absolute Loser” for Eric D. Johnson, who is essentially the sole member and driving...

“David Crosby: Remember My Name” promises to be harrowing, intimate

At the wise age of 77, and a long history as a world-renown musician, David Crosby has a great deal of insight to shed...

Song of the Day: “Dirty Knife”

Now that our week of K-pop is over, we'll be moving on to another genre to theme our selection of songs this week. I...

Today in rock history: The Byrds hit No.1 with “Mr. Tambourine...

The Byrds' take on a Bob Dylan song made history for both The Byrds and for Dylan. With "Mr. Tambourine Man," The Byrds went...

Joni Mitchell’s “Ladies of the Canyon” stark and beautiful on vinyl

The third album by legendary Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell is a must-have for music fans in general, and even more so for fans of...

Preview: The Decemberists at the Old National Centre

Portland’s Primary Export, the Decemberists, Come to the Old National Centre on June 2nd Brace yourselves brothers and sisters, I’ve got a heavy one for...

Music pioneer Nancy Honeytree Miller performs inspired classics

On a Friday evening in late March, patrons of the Cupbearer Cafe, 138 E. 7th St., Auburn, Indiana, were graced by a performance by...

Sandy Denny and the poetic beauty of “Who Knows Where the...

It has been more than 50 years since the original recording of "Who Knows Where the Time Goes?" Singer/songwriter Sandy Denny wrote the song...

How The Beatles evolved out of “skiffle”

Since their debut in the late 1950’s, and throughout the 1960’s and 1970s’s, The Beatles continually adapted their musical sound and style to suit...