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Music Review: Whale Fall – ‘The Madrean’

Whale Fall's "The Madrean'

Whale Fall take listeners on the auditory equivalent of a journey up and down the west coast of the United States. Read More »

Music Review: Marc 7 – ‘When Sounds Attack, Vol. 1’

'When Sounds Attack' by Marc 7

Two good albums in a row make for a talented artist. Read More »

Music Review: Pause – ‘No Small Order’

Pause

Pauses’s ‘No Small Order’ provides a groovy opportunity to think about what “honest” music is. Read More »

Music Review: ‘Steve Wilson & Wilsonian’s Grain Live in New York: The Vanguard Sessions’

Photo (C) John Abbott,

They do great solo work throughout, but when they work together, they shine. Read More »

Preview of SXSW Music Festival 2015 (Notable Acts Include Best Coast, Scott Weiland, Tove Lo, Bleachers, The Church, and Unlocking the Truth)

SXSW 2014: Phantogram (photo credit: Diego Donamaria)

SXSW Music Festival 2015 takes place March 17-22 in Austin, Texas. Read More »

Music Review: Sam Morrow – ‘Ephemeral’

Sam Morrow

This is the debut album of a young singer/songwriter with an "old soul" and a riveting sound. Read More »

Music Review: Camper Van Beethoven – ‘New Roman Times’ [Deluxe Edition]

Camper Van Beethoven

This re-release shows Camper Van Beethoven at their best as a talented, sometimes wacky and always unpredictable band. Read More »

Interview: Thomas Crawford, Conductor of the American Classical Orchestra, on Performing Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert on Original Instruments

Thomas Crawford conducts the American Classical Orchestra and Chorus

I've heard it said many times and I agree that the period-instrument movement was one of the two or three most refreshing and lifeblood-giving events in a century to keep classical music alive. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ’40 Below Records & Friends Vol. 1′ (Including KaiL Baxley, John Mayall, & Walter Trout)

40 Below Records

This sampler introduces an eclectic group of rock, blues and Americana artists, Read More »

Music Review: Karla Harris – ‘Sings the Dave and Iola Brubeck Songbook’

Karla Harris

Karla Harris has old school vocal chops, and pianist Ted Howe’s arrangements make sure she has the perfect canvas to use them. Read More »