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Aimee Mann announces first solo album in five years, shares new single "Goose Snow Cone" -- listen

It’s hard to believe five years have gone by since Aimee Mann’s last studio album, Charmer. That’s half a decade and yet it feels like only a couple of years ago. 475 more words


Willow Smith gracefully covers Joanna Newsom's "The Book of Right-On" -- watch

Like brother Jaden, Willow Smith often marches to the beat of her own drum. Lately, the music that’s moved her both literally and figuratively is that of — wait for it — … 130 more words


The 13 Scariest Cover Songs

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Cover Girl is a monthly music column in which Associate Editor Nina Corcoran compares cover songs to their original version. 2,655 more words

Exclusive Features

'Call Me The Moon' by Mark L. Oakes

Belgian singer-songwriter, engineer and producer, Mark L. Oakes, releases the ideal soundtrack for a karmic road trip with his debut album ‘Call Me The Moon’, which is full of folk-infused ballads and relaxing, easy listening vibes. 159 more words


Andrew St. James waltzes toward a better life in new single "What A World" -- listen

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“The fact is, there’s a lot of hurt in this country,” San Francisco singer-songwriter Andrew St. James tells Consequence of Sound… 187 more words

New Music

Laura Marling chases down a "Wild Fire" on new song -- listen

This March, Laura Marling returns with a new album called Semper Femina. Her sixth to date in just a little over nine years, it was penned during a particularly “masculine time in her life” and examines society’s perception of sexuality and gender. 331 more words


Rodrigo y Gabriela announce 10th anniversary reissue of their self-titled LP with new live album

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Despite playing music in the tradition of their Mexican home land, Rodrigo y Gabriela actually first came to prominence in Ireland. The duo moved there in 1999 and began performing in pubs around Dublin. 342 more words