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Music Review: Shelby Lynne – ‘I Can’t Imagine’

Shelby Lynne I Can't Imagine

Lynne draws on a variety of pop-music traditions to create a poetic and acoustical world all her own. Read More »

Music Review: Jimbo Mathus – ‘Blue Healer’

Jimbo Mathus Blue Healer

Jimbo Mathus takes us on a wild and exhilarating mystical journey through a crazy mix of Southern musical styles. Read More »

Music Review: Jazz Pianist Lisa Hilton Takes on The Black Keys and More on ‘HORIZONS’

Photo by: Steven Lippman

Hilton's music, built upon classical and jazz influences, is both sensuously lyrical and improvisationally rich. Read More »

Music Review: Boz Scaggs – ‘A Fool To Care’

Courtesy of Press Here Publicity

Boz Scaggs is as soulful as ever on this flawless and seemingly effortless new release. Read More »

Music Review: Secondborn – ‘Symbols’ EP

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Secondborn is refreshing early 2000’s of emo-rock with an alternative rock flair. Read More »

Music Review: All Time Low – ‘Future Hearts’

All Time Low - Future Hearts album art

'Future Hearts' offers little that stands out or which exhibits any signs of risk. Which is, let’s be honest, the inherent appeal of the pop punk genre. Read More »

Music Review: Dion – ‘Recorded Live at the Bitter End, August 1971′

Courtesy of Omnivore Records

This live recording caught Dion at the height of his skill as an acoustic singer-songwriter who defined "hip" for his fans. Read More »

Jazz Potpourri: Music from Joe Henderson, The Jiggs Whigham International Trio, Afro Bop Alliance, and More

Brazilian People

Reviewed here are Jazz albums old and new. Read More »

Music Review: Ryan Adams – ‘Live at Carnegie Hall’

Ryan Adams - Live at Carnegie Hall

If you love Ryan Adams at all, this is a wonderful release if you are able to get your hands on it - the live album will be available to purchase April 21. Read More »

The Rockologist: For Your Consideration – The Jayhawks; Gavin Harrison; Steve Rothery; Lonely Robot

Glen Boyd-The Rockologist feature

The Rockologist is back from the dead, with a fresh batch of new music for your consideration. Read More »