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Win 2Cellos’ New CD ‘Celloverse’ (Deluxe Edition) from Blogcritics!

2Cellos Celloverse

The YouTube stars' third album sizzles with instrumental covers of AC/DC, Sting, Avicii, Mumford and Sons, and Michael Jackson. Read More »

Music Review: The Swiss Youth Jazz Orchestra – ‘Future Steps: Live at Jazzaar Festival 2014 Aarau, Switzerland’

Future Steps

This is an album with a truly excellent big band sound, ideal to calm any worries for the future of jazz. Read More »

I Shall Be Released: New Releases (and Tours) from Mark Ronson, Death Cab for Cutie, 2Cellos, Jellyfish, Hall and Oates, Red Garland and More

Mark Ronson Bruno Mars Uptown Funk Uptown Special

Plus Widespread Panic, Slipknot, Noel Gallagher, Art Pepper, Hugh Masekela, Anonymous 4, and Katrina of Katrina and the Waves. Read More »

Charlie Doherty’s Top Tunes of 2014

The Voyager

This year's list includes a healthy mix of electronic pop, indie rock, punk, acoustic, and metal tunes. Read More »

Music Review: Drive-By Truckers – ‘English Ocean Deluxe/Black Ice Verite’ [2-CD/DVD Edition]

drive by truckers

The ultimate CD/DVD package for fans of the Drive-By Truckers and a must for those who love Southern rock music in general. Read More »

Music Review: Lyn Stanley Sings ‘Potions [From the ’50s]’

Lyn Staley P

Sexy and seductive—these are the best words to describe the vocals of Lyn Stanley. Read More »

Music Review: Pianist Els Biesemans – ‘Winterreise’ (Liszt Transcriptions of Songs by Schubert, Mendelssohn, and Chopin)

Els Biesemans Winterreise

The pianist offers exceptional renditions on a restored 180-year-old fortepiano. Read More »

Music Review: Solo Sax from Branford Marsalis – ‘In My Solitude: Live at Grace Cathedral’

branford

Marsalis understands what a solo recital needs and clearly he is up to the task. Read More »

Win Soprano Sonya Yoncheva’s New Paris-Inspired CD ‘Paris, Mon Amour’

Sonya Yoncheva Paris Mon Amour

The brilliant lyric soprano's new CD highlights music by French composers of the Belle Époque along with Verdi and Puccini. Enter to win a copy from Blogcritics! Read More »

Music Review: Rod Stewart – Box Set of First Five Albums (1969-1974)

Rod Stewart 1971 Wikimedia Commons/Mercury Records

The vinyl box set of Rod Stewart's first five albums is a must-have for all of Stewart's many fans. Read More »