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Album Review: Refused, ‘Freedom’

Refused 2015
Dustin Rabin

The legendary Swedish hardcore band has lost little, if any, of its furious energy during the members' 17 years apart.

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Album Review: Miguel, ‘Wildheart’

Daniel Sannwald
Daniel Sannwald

Miguel's new album represents the end of the first phase of his career.

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Album Review: Parlour Tricks, ‘Broken Hearts/Bones’

Parlour Tricks
Shervin Lainez

The NYC sextet unfurls a complex tapestry of synth-rich pop music that demands multiple sittings to fully wrap your head around.

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Album Review: Cayucas, ‘Dancing at the Blue Lagoon’

Dusdin Condren
Dusdin Condren

On their sophomore album, L.A.-based duo Cayucas paint a hazy picture of the half-real, half-imagined California of their childhood.

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Album Review: Richard Thompson, ‘Still’

Pamela Littky
Pamela Littky

Forty or so albums into a five-decade career, the venerated British singer-songwriter gets a little help from Wilco leader Jeff Tweedy.

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Album Review: Bully, ‘Feels Like’

Bully
Pooneh Ghana

On their debut album, the Nashville quartet are fueled by the presence, raw disclosure and lyrical depth of frontwoman Alicia Bognanno.

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Album Review: Leon Bridges, ‘Coming Home’

Leon Bridges
Alli Harvey, Getty Images

The high-waisted trousers and rolled shirt sleeves; his 'Coming Home' cover art; and his ‘50s- and ‘60s-inspired brand of soul all recall a time long gone.

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Album Review: Heartless Bastards, ‘Restless Ones’

Heartless Bastards
Big Hassle Media

On their strident fifth full-length, the Austin quartet show they might be getting hungrier with each successive album.

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Album Review: Christopher Paul Stelling, ‘Labor Against Waste’

Christopher Paul Stelling
Josh Wool

On his third album, the NYC-based singer-songwriter sounds well-traveled at life and conveys a calm sense of encouragement that's rare even in folk circles.

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Album Review: The Deslondes, ‘The Deslondes’

The Deslondes
Elena Ricci

On their debut album, the New Orleans quintet transport the listener to a sweaty, creaky-floored Louisiana dance hall.

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