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Dawes' live show remains the group’s true apotheosis: a rowdy, rollicking good time that wanders at will through their 10-year, 6-album career while retooling old favorites, debuting unheard tracks, and pulling the crowd together in anthemic sing-alongs. Check out our full collection of shots from the show.
The fact that Father John Misty can carry such a musically stripped down album with not much more than his vocals and some superb songwriting should say it all. It's a stand out.
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While Laura Nyro’s name may raise eyebrows even with some of the most ardent followers of music, her peers (many of whom covered her songs) and critics count her among the best to ever do it.
The box set, which is slated to release October 23, will include the first seven of John Prine's albums along with a 20-page booklet written by renowned rock critic David Fricke.
This good cause is their attempt to raise public awareness about pollution and waste and to hold the music industry accountable for its non-sustainable practices.
Yusuf/Cat Stevens is revisiting his old music in a way unlike ever before, with a new album called 'Tea for the Tillerman²,' in which the singer will grapple his famous 1970 album with 50 years’ hindsight.
To celebrate its 50th anniversary, Rhino Records are releasing a special box set on May 14, 2021 - containing unreleased demos, outtakes, and alternate takes.
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The Suitcase Junket may have welcomed more people into the studio, but live it’s still a solo affair—which isn’t to say he doesn’t get a little help. With a quick wit and wry smile, Lorenz pulls the crowd in and makes them as much a part of the performance as himself. Check out our full collection of shots from the show.
Folk rock isn't an easy combo to pull off, but Trick Shooter Social Club do it in style with their emotional single "Don't Settle Me Down."
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February was a massive month for music that included a lot of heavy hitters dropping full lengths as well as...
Late folk legend John Prine formed the independent Oh Boy Records 40 years ago, and to celebrate the occasion, the label is releasing a new documentary.
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Will Oldham is a true avant-garde pioneer. Whether it's been through acting, poetry, photography, or the multitude of different music representations, he's always pushed the boundaries of what it means to be an "artist."
With 'Songs from the Briarpatch', Will Jackson delivers an album of good to excellent songwriting, that will please any discerning Americana fan.
Wye Oak's latest feels decidedly more accessible than say "Civilian", but in reality their compositions are as dense and layered as ever, but the new synth and rhythm additions make their sound so much more expansive. And it's the interplay between the bright expansive backdrop and the highly introspective lyrics, sung through her still incredibly beautiful airy vocals, that make this such a fulfilling listen.