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Music Review: Ships Have Sailed – ‘Moodswings’

Ships Have Sailed

‘Moodswings’ remains a lighthearted full-length album even in the midst of its most somber tracks. Read More »

Music Review: Vince Grant – ‘My Depression Is Always Trying to Kill Me’ – EP

'My Depression Is Always Trying to Kill Me'

‘My Depression Is Always Trying to Kill Me’ is quite a tongue-in-cheek name for an EP inspired by such a dark topic. Read More »

Music Review: Vanilla Fudge – ‘Spirit of ’67’

Spirit of '67 (via Cleopatra)

With 'Spirit of '67," Vanilla Fudge have crafted an album that pays tribute to one of the finest years in music history. Read More »

Music Reviews: Jazz From Christian Finger, Jack Mouse and Scott Robinson, and NYSQ

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These jazz artists take different directions. Read More »

Interview: Reviving the Feeling, Brothers in Rhythm on Kylie Minogue’s “Where Is the Feeling?” Turning 20

Kylie Minogue

Two men who were integral to allowing Minogue to unlock her muse were Dave Seaman and Steve Anderson (Brothers in Rhythm). In this interview, they reunite to recall the road to “Where Is the Feeling?” in their own words. Read More »

Music Review: Sir Cadian Rhythm – ‘Sir Cadian Rhythm’

Sir Cadian Rhythm

‘Sir Cadian Rhythm’ is a great EP that welcomes to the indie scene a new band with a lot of potential. Read More »

Music Review: Steve Earle & The Dukes – ‘Terraplane’

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Steve Earle proves that he can sing the blues as well as he can handle country music. Read More »

Music Review: Klassik – ‘Spring’ EP

Klassik's EP 'Spring'

The ‘Spring’ EP is Klassik’s second of four installments in his project entitled ‘Seasons’. Read More »

Prodigal Son Adam Bomb Plans Big Seattle Homecoming Shows

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Adam Bomb's Seattle shows will be a reunion for fans and musicians of a scene that had come and gone by the time Kurt Cobain graduated middle school. Read More »

Music Review: John Luther Adams – ‘Become Ocean’

Become-Ocean

Environment melds with imagination in the Grammy winner for Best Contemporary Classical Composition. Read More »