Wilco: Ode to Joy
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Wilco: Ode to Joy

In allowing a bit of discomfort into their music, Wilco may yet rediscover what made…

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Concert Review: !!!/Chanti Darling
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Concert Review: !!!/Chanti Darling

Fad Gadget: The Best of Fad Gadget
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Fad Gadget: The Best of Fad Gadget

The 18 tracks collected here remain as sonically and thematically pertinent now as they did…

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Discography: Scott Walker: Any Day Now
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Discography: Scott Walker: Any Day Now

Scott Walker’s voice sounds incredible over sighing strings and it’s the one thing that makes…

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Concert Review: Vampire Weekend
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Concert Review: Vampire Weekend

The New Pornographers: In the Morse Code of Brake Lights
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The New Pornographers: In the Morse Code of Brake Lights

Give Morse Code a listen, especially if you’re a lover of Newman, but don’t be…

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Joanna Brouk: The Space Between
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Joanna Brouk: The Space Between

Ideally suited for a meditative listening experience in which the listener has nothing but time…

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Resequence: Beatles: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
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Resequence: Beatles: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

The revisions of new generations have gradually lessened the album’s place at the top of…

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Keane: Cause and Effect
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Keane: Cause and Effect

Just in time for the decade-end roundups, Cause and Effect arrives packing the punch of…

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Jonas Munk and Nicklas Sørensen: Always Already Here
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Jonas Munk and Nicklas Sørensen: Always Already Here

These inventive pieces feel immediately inviting, familiar without seeming derivative.

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