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"People can listen to the record and feel that they’re in the room with us," Jessica Staveley-Taylor of The Staves.
Hellogoodbye begin their return to form with the reissue of Would It Kill You?, the first release under their new label.
Papa's Got A Rolling Stone.
Britain's latest missionaries of rock, Mumford & Sons preach hellfire, brimstone, and the healing power of the banjo.
It's still too early to label Tempest as Dylan's latest masterpiece. But what can be said, without reservation, is that this is one great Bob Dylan album.
A rootsy, folk rock debut featuring 10 original songs by Seattle-based Crown Hill.
Philadelphia Road is a competent collection of country/folk/rock tunes by The Bacon Brothers that flows but seldom rocks.
Grammy winner John Mayer rises again.
The Los Angeles indie folk rock group returns with a worthy sophomore effort about an American folk hero.