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Perfume Genius: No Shape

Perfume Genius: No Shape

Perfume Genius No Shape (Matador Records) Perfume Genius, the alias of Mike Hadreas, has crossed coasts and musical genres since the early […]

Mary J. Blige: Strength of a Woman

Mary J. Blige: Strength of a Woman

Mary J. Blige Strength of a Woman (Capitol Records) There’s no other way to put it, Mary J. Blige is an R&B […]

Jomo: What I Want

Jomo: What I Want

Atlantic City, New Jersey rapper Jomo’s new EP What I Want reveals a tough, and at at times, quite a melodic rap attack. With a production that includes William “WhiteKeys” Harding helping out (on the opening title track spefically), Jomo K. Lyes-Belton does the honors here proving us beats and lyrics. He is a strong rapper with a good hear for production.

Phoebe Legere: Heart of Love

Phoebe Legere: Heart of Love

Heart of Love is Phoebe Legere’s 17th album and the seminal American songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, has just broken into the Roots Music Radio chart’s top 20 with this collection.

Dan Auerbach: Waiting On A Song

Dan Auerbach: Waiting On A Song

Dan Auerbach Waiting On A Song (Easy Eye Sound) The Black Keys front man, Dan Auerbach is back with his second solo […]

Incubus: 8

Incubus: 8

Incubus 8 (Island Records) Incubus has always been an anomaly in the music world. A pendulum swing away from superstardom, complete with […]

Passafire: Longshot

Passafire: Longshot

Passafire Longshot (Easy Star Records) At the risk of sounding like the biggest hipster to ever hipster about anything, I was thrilled […]

Roger Waters: Is This the Life We Really Want?

Roger Waters: Is This the Life We Really Want?

There’s not much new on Is This the Life We Really Want? from one of the top lyricist of our time, and delivered so much better from this man back during is halcyon Floydian days, I feel.

The Move: Magnetic Waves of Sound – The Best of the Move

The Move: Magnetic Waves of Sound – The Best of the Move

Although scoring nine Top 20 UK singles in five years, The Move was one of those unique British bands that never really hit in the U.S. Lead by main songwriter/vocalist/guitar player Roy Wood, this Birmingham-based outfit would come to include drummer Bev Bevan, and later on, Jeff Lynne (and even for a time keyboardist Richard Tandy), all oh whom would lead The Electric Light Orchestra.

Alphaville: Strange Attractor

Alphaville: Strange Attractor

Alphaville Strange Attractor (Universal Music LLC) The last time we heard from 80’s synth pop icons Alphaville, it was 2010 and they […]

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