Modern English: Mesh and Lace/After the Snow
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Modern English: Mesh and Lace/After the Snow

The National: Juicy Sonic Magic, Live in Berkeley Sept. 24-25, 2018
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The National: Juicy Sonic Magic, Live in Berkeley Sept. 24-25, 2018

The recordings admirably highlight the power that the National have as a live band.

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Holy Hell! Terror Twilight Turns 20
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Holy Hell! Terror Twilight Turns 20

Even if Terror Twilight is the least Pavement-y Pavement have ever sounded, it’s still a…

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The Rolling Stones: Let It Bleed (50th Anniversary Edition)
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The Rolling Stones: Let It Bleed (50th Anniversary Edition)

Let It Bleed is one of the greatest albums in rock history and a testament…

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Rediscover: Dave Van Ronk: Inside Dave Van Ronk
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Rediscover: Dave Van Ronk: Inside Dave Van Ronk

Van Ronk represents a crucial piece of the Greenwich Village folk scene while sounding absolutely…

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Mikal Cronin: Seeker
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Mikal Cronin: Seeker

R.E.M.: Monster (25th Anniversary Edition)
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R.E.M.: Monster (25th Anniversary Edition)

Not only an appreciation of Monster, but an opportunity to set the record straight and…

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Resequence: Wilco: A Ghost is Born
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Resequence: Wilco: A Ghost is Born

Kim Gordon: No Home Record
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Kim Gordon: No Home Record

Gordon proves that her artistic process isn’t irrevocably tied to a single medium or period…

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Best Britpop Album Ever: Pulp: Different Class
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Best Britpop Album Ever: Pulp: Different Class

Different Class is so special is that its creators had quite clearly lived the pain…

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