PJ Harvey: The Hope Six Demolition Project
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PJ Harvey: The Hope Six Demolition Project

This may be Harvey’s weakest album in some time, but its sonic ambition reaffirms how…

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School of Seven Bells: SVIIB
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School of Seven Bells: SVIIB

Benjamin Curtis and School of Seven Bells have ensured that they won’t be forgotten any…

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Blitzen Trapper: All Across This Land
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Blitzen Trapper: All Across This Land

All Across the Land is one of Blitzen’s best transcriptions of their live gigs.

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Albert Hammond, Jr.: Momentary Masters
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Albert Hammond, Jr.: Momentary Masters

Can we please just agree that the ‘80s revivalism movement has run its course?

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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club: Live In Paris
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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club: Live In Paris

Judging from their new double live album, the power trio’s longevity cannot be attributed to…

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Justin Townes Earle: Absent Fathers
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Justin Townes Earle: Absent Fathers

Justin Townes Earle has daddy issues. He plainly sings about his strained relationship with dad…

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Mark Lanegan Band: Phantom Radio
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Mark Lanegan Band: Phantom Radio

Mark Lanegan has one of those voices that is distinct from the first note. It’s…

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Eels: The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett
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Eels: The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett

Don’t look now, but Eels’ Mr. E is beautifully blue again. On the heels of…

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James Vincent McMorrow: Post Tropical
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James Vincent McMorrow: Post Tropical

On Post Tropical, former folk guitarist James Vincent McMorrow navigates uncharted waters to reach a…

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Blitzen Trapper: VII
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Blitzen Trapper: VII

Since their 2008 breakthrough album, Furr, Blitzen Trapper have bordered on rudderless. While that album…

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