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Music Review: K’s Choice – Echo Mountain

K's Choice is back with new music! Read More »

Interview: The Staves’ Jessica Staveley-Taylor Talks Dead & Born & Grown

"People can listen to the record and feel that they’re in the room with us," Jessica Staveley-Taylor of The Staves. Read More »

Music Review: Hellogoodbye – Would It Kill You? [Reissue]

Hellogoodbye begin their return to form with the reissue of Would It Kill You?, the first release under their new label. Read More »

Music Review: Neil Young & Crazy Horse – Psychedelic Pill

Papa's Got A Rolling Stone. Read More »

Music Review: Mumford & Sons – Babel

Britain's latest missionaries of rock, Mumford & Sons preach hellfire, brimstone, and the healing power of the banjo. Read More »

Music Review: Bob Dylan – Tempest

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. Read More »

Music Review: Crown Hill – Crown Hill

A rootsy, folk rock debut featuring 10 original songs by Seattle-based Crown Hill. Read More »

Music Review: The Bacon Brothers – Philadelphia Road – The Best of The Bacon Brothers

Philadelphia Road is a competent collection of country/folk/rock tunes by The Bacon Brothers that flows but seldom rocks. Read More »

Music Review: John Mayer – Born and Raised

Grammy winner John Mayer rises again. Read More »

Music Review: Sci-Fi Romance: The Ghost of John Henry

The Los Angeles indie folk rock group returns with a worthy sophomore effort about an American folk hero. Read More »