What are you listening to this month?
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Esperanza Spalding, Herbie Hancock’s Future 2 Future DVD, and Medeski Martin & Wood. —Christopher Amedy
The metronome. —Shelton Clark
Andrew Gouche, Joel Smith, and Sharay Reed. —DonnyandBelinda Ragsdale
Patty Griffin, Buddy Miller, and Emmylou Harris. —Matt Rodela
How To Destroy Angels and The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo soundtrack. There’s nice low end happening there. —Matt Volpe
DJ Day’s Land of 1000 Chances, Kowloon Walled City’s Container Ships, and True Widow’s self-titled debut. —Max Sidman
Brand X’s Masques, because Percy Jones is my ref. And everything Jeroen P. Thesseling did work on. Some Master and Ride to celebrate the passing of Cliff Burton. But mainly technical death metal with fretless bassists. —Angriburdz Rulz
Testament’s Dark Roots of Earth, Overkill’s The Electric Age, Rainbow’s Down to Earth, Coheed And Cambria’s The After Man, Between The Buried And Me’s Parallax Part Two: Storm Corrosion, Rush’s Clockwork Angels, Dream Theater’s A Dramatic Turn of Events, Opeth’s Heritage, and Iron Maiden’s Somewhere in Time. —Cliff Stankiewicz
Stevie Wonder, Cannibal Corpse, Graham Central Station, and Victor Wooten. —Bass Alien
Locking down Pink Floyd—back to back. —Juan Jose Indestructible Mejia-Juarez
The Police, Regatta de Blanc. One of my favorites. —Eric Fortner
Clutch, Talking Heads, Devil Makes Three, Bob Seger’s Live Bullet album, Fu Manchu, and every now and then a dose of Big Business. —Perry Shumpert Jr.