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Music Review: Indie Round-Up – Gurf Morlix, Carey Ott, Putumayo’s Bossa Nova

Carey Ott's new 20-song opus, almost an hour and quarter of genre-coasting pop-rock, feels like a concept album—except the concept is the human experience. Read More »

Music Review: Tribute to a Reggae Legend

If you enjoy cover songs as much as I do, you’ll love this CD of Bob Marley hits. Read More »

Music Review: Putumayo Presents Rhythm & Blues

Classic rhythm & blues performed by first generation legends and rising stars of today’s retro R&B revival. Read More »

Music Review: Putumayo Presents Tribute to a Reggae Legend

Good feelings all around—that's the spirit of this uneven but overall quite worthwhile disc. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Putumayo Presents Rhythm & Blues

Put your dancing shoes on. Read More »

Music Review: Various – Putumayo Presents: España

Want to get started with Spanish music but don't know where to start? This is the disc for you. Read More »

Music Review: Indie Round-Up – Chris Schutz, Easter Monkeys, Putumayo’s Jazz, Tom White

Chris Schutz's CD is one of the top pop debuts of the year. Read More »

Music Review: Indie Round-Up – Malcolm Holcombe, Jeff Norwood, Putumayo’s España

In a minor key, Malcolm Holcombe's grey, gravelly voice can sound like an extended death rattle. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Putumayo Presents: Italia

Italia is to Italian music what Olive Garden is to Italian food. Read More »