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Music Review: The Kentucky Headhunters with Johnnie Johnson -‘Meet Me in Bluesland’

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The Kentucky Headhunters and the late Johnnie Johnson provide a rip-roaring party from start to finish. Read More »

Music Review: Cocteau Twins – ‘Echoes in a Shallow Bay’/’Tiny Dynamine’ EPs and ‘The Pink Opaque’ [2015 Vinyl Reissues]

Cocteau Twins - The Pink Opaque (2015 Vinyl Reissue)

4AD's remasters of the legendary Scottish shoegazer/dream pop pioneers' two 1985 EPs and long out of print 1986 compilation on 180 gram vinyl are each a "treasure" to behold. Read More »

EXCLUSIVE: Interview – Collabro, ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ Winners, on New Album ‘Act Two’ and American Concert Debut

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The five-piece vocal group debuts in New York and Los Angeles as its sophomore album soars in the UK and aims for American success. Read More »

Music Review: John Roney – ‘Preludes’

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The combination of great music, intelligent improvisation, and solid technique makes for exciting listening. Read More »

Music Review: Luca Bash – ‘The Single Drops’ EP

The Single Drops

The depth of the lyrics in this EP will no doubt stay with listeners for quite some time. Read More »

Music Review: Ajay Mathur – ‘9 to 3’

Ajay Mathur '9 to 3'

A good effort that could make do with some major fine-tuning. Read More »

Music Review: Scott Krokoff – ‘Realizations and Declarations, Vol. 2’ EP

'Realizations and Clarations Vol. 2' by Scott Krokoff

In a world of old styles clashing with new fads, the familiarity Scott Krokoff pulls off will be welcomed by many. Read More »

Music Review: Jonathan Edwards – ‘Tomorrow’s Child’

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The crisp energy of the album's expertly performed acoustic arrangements, produced by the great singer-songwriter and all-around instrumentalist Darrell Scott, makes the songs feel both timeless and timely. Read More »

Music Review: Kenny Werner – ‘The Melody’

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They are not three musicians working individually; they work together in a kind of mystical union. Read More »

Win a Signed Copy of New Biography ‘Allen Klein: The Man Who Bailed Out the Beatles, Made the Stones, and Transformed Rock & Roll’ by Fred Goodman

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A veteran music journalist 'tells the full story of how the Beatles broke up, how the Stones achieved the greatest commercial success in rock history, and how the music business became what it is today.' Read More »