Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit: Reunions
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Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit: Reunions

If there's any pressure behind a new album with the 400 Unit, Isbell meets it…

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The Night Watchman: by Louise Erdrich
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The Night Watchman: by Louise Erdrich

Erdrich's broad tale frequently lights on memorable perches, but at times her less well-constructed form…

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Lucinda Williams: Good Souls Better Angels
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Lucinda Williams: Good Souls Better Angels

Williams couldn't have known she would be soundtracking an age of masks and protests, but…

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Clem Snide: Forever Just Beyond
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Clem Snide: Forever Just Beyond

The latest from Clem Snide turns on the lights by understanding what it means to…

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The Ox: by Paul Rees
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The Ox: by Paul Rees

It's hard to engage too deeply as Entwistle becomes an extreme figure in indulging all…

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Kelsea Ballerini: Kelsea
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Kelsea Ballerini: Kelsea

Ballerini sounds her best when allowing complex feelings to remain unresolved.

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EOB: Earth
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EOB: Earth

O'Brien puts his decades of experience in Radiohead to use in creating a diverse but…

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Helen Money: Atomic
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Helen Money: Atomic

Even after years of broadening her work, Chesley can still find new colors in the…

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M. Ward: Migration Stories
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M. Ward: Migration Stories

Serves our grounded era even if its lyrics sometimes stand in contrast to its aural…

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Honey Harper: Starmaker
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Honey Harper: Starmaker

Starmaker transcends its influences to become something more vital and engaging, a record well worth…

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