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The Lone Bellow, ‘Then Came the Morning’ – Album Review

The Lone Bellow had their work cut out for them when tasked with following up their 2013 self-titled debut.

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Rick Diamond, Getty Images

Punch Brothers, ‘The Phosphorescent Blues’ – Album Review

“How do we cultivate beautiful, three-dimensional experiences with our fellow man in this day and age?”

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Tony Lucca
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Tony Lucca, ‘Tony Lucca’ – Album Review

Tony Lucca reveals a powerful resilience, coming out of a show that tends to neuter its artists’ creative output with his own singular voice.

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Axster/Bingham
Axster/Bingham

Ryan Bingham, ‘Fear and Saturday Night’ – Album Review

If Ryan Bingham had started making records 40 or 50 years ago, he could have achieved household name status.

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Søren Solkær
Søren Solkær

Belle and Sebastian, ‘Girls In Peacetime Want to Dance’ – Album Review

Nearly 20 years since their debut, ‘Tigermilk,’ Belle and Sebastian are saying to hell with the twee-pop image that has long since eclipsed their career.

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Fall Out Boy
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Fall Out Boy, ‘American Beauty/American Psycho’ – Album Review

Fall Out Boy have walked away from the fire in hopes of creating something new.

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Sleater-Kinney
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Sleater-Kinney, ‘No Cities to Love’ – Album Review

As a fan who owns and loves every album that Sleater-Kinney have ever released, 2006 was a bitch of a year for me.

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Autumn de Wilde
Autumn de Wilde

The Decemberists, ‘What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World’ – Album Review

With ‘What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World,’ the Decemberists sound like they're coming to love their place in it.

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Joshua Black Wilkins
Joshua Black Wilkins

Justin Townes Earle, ‘Absent Fathers’ – Album Review

Four months following the release of Justin Townes Earle’s ‘Single Mothers’ -- certainly a turning point in the singer-songwriter’s career -- Earle has now completed his thought with its counterpart, ‘Absent Fathers.’ Though Earle was smart in breaking up the delivery of his quasi-double album, songs from both albums act as neat, complementary bookends

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Guster, ‘Evermotion’ – Album Review

Guster started out in the early '90s as your average two-acoustic-guitars-and-a-set-of-bongos folk-pop band.

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