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Fleet Foxes / Crack-Up

Coming out of a long hiatus following the release of 2011’s Helplessness Blues, folk outfit Fleet Foxes have finally returned with their third full length studio album.  550 more words


A Thousand Mandolins – David Marx (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

An album is more than just a collection of songs; it is a window into where an artist is, mentally, physically and often more telling, logistically, at the point of recording. 548 more words

Art-rock outfit Bent Knee share major label debut album, Land Animal: Stream

Boston’s Bent Knee have been throwing off the shackles of genre for eight years now. Truly the definition of experimentalism, the art-rockers have been honing their unique blend of, well, of everything over three albums, including last year’s  347 more words

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Anniversary Albums: The Beatles "Magical Mystery Tour" (1967)

This week on anniversary albums we took a look at the Beatles 1967 soundtrack album “Magical Mystery Tour.” This record was the second album the band released in 1967 after “Sgt Pepper” and accompanied the band’s 3rd film of the same name. 25 more words

Austin Wilkerson - Altruisms

Dreamy Baroque Folk

Self Released – April 21, 2017

Last summer, Austin Wilkerson made his residence in an old farmhouse and recorded this album. Altruisms… 305 more words


alt-J / Relaxer

Don’t let the title deceive you; Relaxer is anything but relaxing. Sure, there are calm moments, but even those seem to drift along with a sense of foreboding distress and lingering fear.  709 more words


10 Albums That Might Not Exist Without Sgt. Pepper's

The Beatles’ eccentric conceptual masterpiece influenced albums across all genres for decades after its release.

No music fan or critic ever needs to say or write a sentence like this one: “The legacy of The Beatles is unparalleled in popular music.” The omnipresence of The Beatles, like the need for a cold beer at the ballpark, is one of those things that everybody knows. 5,441 more words