Ray LaMontagne goes slightly left (but not as left as you might think) on his Dan Auerbach-produced fifth album.
Part Two of our stroll through EW&F’s discography looks at their post-1980 catalog. Let’s groove!
The Note for Note series returns with a funky jaunt through the catalog of Earth, Wind & Fire.
Skateboard P graces us with another solo album. Does “G I R L” make us “Happy”? Read the review and find out.
Toni & Face are together again. Is their latest musical reunion worth a listen? Check out our review.
A much-missed legend makes his return. Check out our review of Andre Cymone’s first album in three decades.
Keyboardist Robert Glasper (and his three bandmates who make up the Robert Glasper Experiment) might be the only act remaining who can garner pop attention while offering a sound that has at least a pinky toe in jazz. With 2012’s Black Radio, the Experiment managed to successfully integrate the worlds of jazz and R&B like no one has been able to do in maybe two decades. Featuring a who’s who of soul and hip-hop luminaries, Black Radio deservedly won the […]
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Circa Survive’s Anthony Green is back, with young legs. And “Young Legs.”
On afireinside’s ninth long-player, Burials, the band properly shows us why goth-emo-punk was better in small doses and the rest better off left for dead. It would seem that once a band like a.f.i. got a taste for arenas (much light Twilight vampires get a taste for teenage blood) it became hard to put that cat back in the bag. The band has chased that cat heavily on 2006’s decemberunderground and 2009’s Crash Love – wearing Joy Division, Duran Duran […]
The space lords from Red Bank, NJ have returned. They are a band that has survived into the 21st Century, are in their 24th year together and have just released their 10th, and possibly best, studio album to date. The Last Patrol, while not as trippy and psychedelic as earlier works, is every bit the signature stoner-mixed-with-classic-rock sound they’ve created their own niche for. The standard album is a taut nine songs of pure ‘Power Tripping.’ The album begins on […]
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