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Lightfoot’s new album, Live in Concert, highlights sophistication of the bluesy belter’s music
Rag‘n’Bone Man brings a stark 1930s proto-blues holler on his debut album, Human.
Review of Arcade Fire's new single, I Give You Power, featuring Mavis Staples.
Mayer's identity as a Laurel Canyon pastoralist is an unlikely persona that brings things to The Search for Everything (Wave One).
One year after David Bowie’s untimely death, three unheard songs have been released as the four-song EP No Plan.
Toronto singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Charlotte Day Wilson’s self produced EP, CDW, is so laid-back, it’ll kick your rear.
The third album from Childish Gambino is a sonic blast of backward looking futurism.
Kentucky bred singer/songwriter/guitar player, Jim James’ second solo album is a gem of soul/rock experimentalism.
R&B/soul singer/songwriter John Legend’s sixth album, Darkness and Light, is well named.
On The Rolling Stones new album, Blue and Lonesome, there’s no anthems, ballads or radio hits but there are a whole lotta jams.
Toronto electronic trio Dragonette’s fourth album, Royal Blues, is a pop album steeped in synths and modern New Wave sounds.
Vernon singer/songwriter Betty Johnson’s album, Evening Song is a concept album without pretension.
A Tribe Called Quest step up after an 18-year layoff for a final comeback with We Got it From Here... Thank You 4 Your Service.
Canadian songwriter/guitarist/cultural figure Robbie Robertson’s new album, Testimony is a trip to the primal era of rock and roll.
Australian-British band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ 16th album is a forceful and shamanistic slice of ambient rock.
Kings of Leon’s seventh album Walls is a streamlined texture-fest that draws on the best moments of their previous records.
Dwight Yoakam covers his early songs in an acoustic, bluegrass style on new album, Swimmin' Pools and Movie Stars.
Bob Weir’s first solo album in more than 10 years finds him revisiting youthful country-folk experiences in Wyoming.
Vernon-based instrumental duo, Landing on the Sun’s debut record is a cinematic extravaganza of fuzztone and twang.
Review of Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016.