Diana Krall: Wallflower
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Diana Krall: Wallflower

Like her husband before her, Diana Krall’s approach to the material on Wallflower operates within…

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Hanni El Khatib: Moonlight
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Hanni El Khatib: Moonlight

Hanni El Khatib’s third album sticks largely to the styles that have worked for him…

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Oberon: A Midsummer’s Night Dream
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Oberon: A Midsummer’s Night Dream

Afforded little more than a single sentence in Rob Young’s stellar, in-depth history of folk…

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tētēma: Geocidal
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tētēma: Geocidal

Mike Patton and Anthony Pateras reimagine a musical world in their own image. Collaborating under…

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She & Him: Classics
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She & Him: Classics

The Great American Songbook is so well worn that it would take a truly stellar,…

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Ty Segall: $INGLE$ 2
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Ty Segall: $INGLE$ 2

Working at a frenetic pace that would drain a lesser musician, Ty Segall churns out…

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Guerilla Toss: Smack the Brick
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Guerilla Toss: Smack the Brick

Unlike the initial proponents of the No Wave movement, today’s neo-No Wave groups have nearly…

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Antony and the Johnsons: Turning
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Antony and the Johnsons: Turning

What is perhaps most intriguing about Turning’s existence and release in 2014 is that these…

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Swearing At Motorists: While Laughing, The Joker Tells The Truth
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Swearing At Motorists: While Laughing, The Joker Tells The Truth

Like fellow Ohioans Guided By Voices, Dayton’s Swearing at Motorists tend to favor brevity, crafting…

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Daniel Lanois: Flesh And Machine
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Daniel Lanois: Flesh And Machine

Following a fairly prolific stretch in the early part of the last decade that saw…

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