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Music Review: Mumford & Sons – Babel

Britain's latest missionaries of rock, Mumford & Sons preach hellfire, brimstone, and the healing power of the banjo. Read More »

Music Review: Ben Folds – The Best Imitation of Myself: A Retrospective

The same guy wrote all these songs? Pretty incredible. Read More »

Music Review: Amos Lee — Mission Bell

Singer-songwriter Amos Lee rings in 2011 with his new Mission Bell. Read More »

Interview: Marshall Crenshaw

Remember the joy of hanging out in record stores? With singer-songwriter Marshall Crenshaw, who knows what treasures you'll find? Read More »

Music Review: Ben Folds – Lonely Avenue

Here's an irresistible pop cocktail: The wit of Nick Hornby plus the tunes of Ben Folds, shaken AND stirred. Read More »

Music Review: The 88 — The 88

It's back to pure pop basics for this LA-based indie quartet, with their infectiously melodic new album. Read More »

Music Review: Black 47 – Bankers and Gangsters

Celtic Rock pioneers Black 47 keep moving the goalposts. Read More »

Interview: Singer-Songwriter Greg Trooper

Singer-songwriter Greg Trooper is back on his home turf — and it still feels like country. Read More »

Music Review: Graham Parker — Imaginary Television

Has Graham Parker been watching too much TV? Read More »

Music Review: Mose Allison – The Way of the World

There's no craft like the craft of an old fox, as octogenarian Mose Allison effortlessly proves with his new CD. Read More »