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January 14, 2016

ALO’s latest, full of good-feeling Saturday-afternoon vibes, strays from the band’s usual funk/jam style for more of a ’70s classic rock sou...

January 14, 2016

For weird and unexpected one-offs, Cubist Blues sets the standard, which is probably why it still holds up after 20 years in relative obscur...

January 14, 2016

After 2011’s Odd Soul, Mutemath got right to work on their fourth LP, but when they hit a roadblock, they opted to scrap the material and st...

January 14, 2016

Jenny Lee Lindberg lays down the low end for Warpaint—L.A.’s groundbreaking and relentlessly badass all-female psych-punk outfit— but her so...

January 14, 2016

Busting right out of the gate with monster funk numbers in “The Force,” “Get Greasy,” and “Chief,” Erick Croomes and his Boston outfit make ...

January 14, 2016

Sure, it’s a classic and plenty of ink has been spilled about it, but on this deluxe reissue, what emerges from Astral Weeks is how clearly ...

January 14, 2016

With booming walls of programmed and synthesized bass lining many of the tracks, the music of Money Shot allows Mat Mitchell and Matt McJunk...

January 14, 2016

Sony’s well-timed four-disc box (given the release of Robert Trujillo’s Jaco doc) is assembled by Peter Erskine and Joe Zawinul’s son Tony, ...

December 23, 2015

Like a foghorn in the mist, co-leader Olga Goreas’ tasty lines are landmarks in the psychedelic/shoegaze swirl of Museum.

December 23, 2015

Stephen Pope and Wavves’ fifth album is a collection of 11 short songs that take you through the band’s usual bender-hangover-bender cycle, ...

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