Ryan Adams: Live at Carnegie Hall
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Ryan Adams: Live at Carnegie Hall

Live at Carnegie Hall is a a greatest hits compilation of sorts that conveys all…

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James Bay: Chaos and the Calm
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James Bay: Chaos and the Calm

Chaos and the Calm is a measured debut album that aims to present soulful blues-rock…

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Speedy Ortiz: Foil Deer
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Speedy Ortiz: Foil Deer

If there’s any conclusion to be drawn about Speedy Ortiz from Foil Deer, it’s that…

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The Rezillos: Zero
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The Rezillos: Zero

Unlike aging punk vets like Wire and Gang of Four, the Rezillos don’t have a…

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Earl Sweatshirt: I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside
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Earl Sweatshirt: I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside

Earl Sweatshirt's signature misanthropy isn’t so signature after all; turns out he was just listening…

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Laura Marling: Short Movie
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Laura Marling: Short Movie

Wire: Wire
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Wire: Wire

Wire lacks the explicit politicking of the band’s peers, but its tense, ruinous, yet calmly…

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Kathryn Calder: Kathryn Calder
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Kathryn Calder: Kathryn Calder

Kathryn Calder is composed of pillowy synthscapes, contemplative tempos and ethereal vocals.

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Alabama Shakes: Sound & Color
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Alabama Shakes: Sound & Color

Alabama Shakes does well for itself as one of the few fresh, authentic voices still…

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Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts: Blaster
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Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts: Blaster

Blaster is a rock record featuring Weiland’s signature brand of throwback glam vocals.

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