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Aimee Mann: Mental Illness

Aimee Mann: Mental Illness

Aimee Mann Mental Illness (SuperEgo Records) Aimee Mann returns with her 9th solo album, Mental Illness, a collection of low-key songs chock-full […]

Jethro Tull: The String Quartets

Jethro Tull: The String Quartets

Though they have so many albums to choose from, only present strings and flute here (and a little of Anderson’s croaking along the way) and certainly handling classic rock tunes quite unlike we have ever heard them (though Anderson has employed strings live and on record on Tull music aplenty) The Carducci Quartet & Ian Anderson still manage to deliver something special with Jethro Tull-The String Quartets.

Timber Timbre: Sincerely, Future Pollution

Timber Timbre: Sincerely, Future Pollution

Timber Timbre Sincerely, Future Pollution (City Slang) As Sincerely, Future Pollution opens, Taylor Kirk’s distinct voice is deep, ominous, and crisp as […]

Silver Lake 66: Let Go or Be Dragged

Silver Lake 66: Let Go or Be Dragged

The ‘Americana’ duo (Americana now standing in for ‘Country’ as far as music genres are concerned, no?) of Maria Francis and Jeff Overbo are Silver Lake 66. Revealing a classic country, rock and blues mix the two have released their latest Let Go Or Be Dragged

Craig Brown Band: The Lucky Ones Forget

Craig Brown Band: The Lucky Ones Forget

Craig Brown Band The Lucky Ones Forget (Third Man Records) Perhaps it’s my Midwestern roots, but despite not being born until ’87, […]

Keke Wyatt: Keke Covers

Keke Wyatt: Keke Covers

Keke Wyatt Keke Covers (Aratek Entertainment) Reality television, since it’s creation, has been a bittersweet phenomenon. It was (at least to me) […]

Migos: C U L T U R E

Migos: C U L T U R E

Migos C U L T U R E (self-released) The supergroup Migos has been creating music for quite some time. They formed […]

The Big East: Hungry Ghosts

The Big East: Hungry Ghosts

From way ‘up’ North Canada way we get The Big East’s Hungry Ghosts.

Thundercat: Drunk

Thundercat Drunk Brainfeeder Bizarre album art featuring Thundercat’s (aka Stephen Bruner) half-submerged face gives you a good idea of what’s in store. […]

Fourth Dimension (4D): Millennial Kingdom Vol. 1

Fourth Dimension (4D): Millennial Kingdom Vol. 1

California Jazz/crossover musician Jody Giachello (aka Fourth Dimension 4D) gives us this first volume Millennial Kingdom Vol. 1 of a promised a two-part exploration of fusion. The multidimensional drummer/percussionist/producer Giachello and his players-Dustin Moore (Neon Phoenix), Justin Panariello, Christian Wunderlich, Andy Meixner and Steve White lay out some finely played and written compositions in these six tunes.

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