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Concert Review: The Weakerthans, Winnipeg, Canada (September 16, 2006)

Solid show by one of Canada's top indie rock bands, who are refreshingly focused on lyrics and melody. Read More »

Music Review: Rachael Sage – The Blistering Sun

This talented singer/songwriter has sucessfully fused folk, jazz, and pop to create a wonderful listening experience. Read More »

Music Review: Free – Live At The BBC

Rough but more than ready - first time out for many vintage BBC radio sessions by blues-rock legends, Free Read More »

Music Review: Band of the Week – The Crash Moderns

The Crash Moderns five track self-titled EP is the absolute ideal of flirtatious, effervescent, sublime pop music. Read More »

Music Review: Lennon – Damaged Goods

One hour of an excellent blend of rock and pop with solid singer/songwriter underpinnings. Read More »

Music Review: Continuum – John Mayer

When Continuum succeeds, it does so spectacularly, enough to make it among the best albums released this year. Read More »

Music Review: Ethan Miller and Kate Boverman – If All The Land Would Rise

Am I against Socialist art? Absolutely not. I'm just not convinced it often achieves its intended goals. Read More »

Music Review: John Martyn – In Session At The BBC

A space cadet in old folkie's clothing Read More »

Music Review: Transparency – Lenny Solomon

Solomon's music resembles most the compositions of Aaron Copeland or Ferde Grofé, blending modern styles with a folk music ambience. Read More »

Concert Review: Austin City Limits Festival 2006 – Day Three

Day three of the ACL Festival begins with soothing reggae but limps to the end. Read More »