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Music Review: Rufus Wainwright – Out of the Game

A whimsical record of futuristic soul ballads with some pop teasers. Read More »

Music Review: Regina Spektor – What We Saw From the Cheap Seats

This new album includes her usual mix of bouncy rhythms, occasional melancholy, and clever imagery. Read More »

Music Review: Vonda Shepard – Solo

While Vonda Shepard was memorable as the lounge singer on Ally McBeal, on her latest album she's unforgettable. Read More »

Music Review: Rachael Sage – Haunted by You

New album from Rachael Sage examines the poetry of passion. Read More »

An Interview with Eric Hutchinson

The 31-year-old singer/songwriter, whose latest LP Moving Up Living Down is moving up the charts, talks about songwriting and defying conventions. Read More »

Music Review: James Taylor – Mudslide Slim and The Blue Horizon [Audio Fidelity 24K Gold Edition]

With this 1971 album, James Taylor set the standard for singer-songwriters then and now. Read More »

Music Review: Carole King – Simple Things; Welcome Home; Touch The Sky; Pearls: Songs of Goffin and King

Four of Carole King's overlooked later works have been reissued on her own Rockingale Records label. Read More »

Interview: Melissa Manchester – The Journey of an Artist

Melissa Manchester

The legendary vocalist and composer talks about her experiences in the music business and what she's up to now. Read More »

Music Review: Jessie Baylin – Little Spark

Having recorded two albums and some EPs, Jessie Baylin's Little Spark presents a confident singer-songwriter rather than that of an indie artist struggling to find her voice. Read More »

Music Review: Stew and the Negro Problem – Making It

A bittersweet breakup album for the 21st century. Read More »