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Michael Franti and Spearhead - All Rebel Rockers CD
Michael Franti and Spearhead make incredibly predictable and satisfying albums, and that's not a knock on them at all.
The Radiators - Wild & Free CD
The concept of linear time just doesn’t exist when it comes to the Radiators.
Phish - Walnut Creek DVD
Phish concert DVD releases have, until now, been somewhat unsatisfying for hardcore fans.
Poogie Bell Band - Get On the Kit CD
Any band with Poogie Bell in it would have to call themselves Poogie Bell Band regardless of the depth of his contribution, because such a moniker only comes along once in a lifetime.
Papa Grows Funk - Mr. Patterson's Hat CD
When talking about Papa Grows Funk's latest album, Mr Patterson's Hat, band namesake John Gros makes one thing clear - “You might think you’re throwing down, but if Mr Patterson ain’t dancin’, you ain...
The Avett Brothers - The Second Gleam CD
This second in their “Gleam” series of EPs from musical geniuses, Scott and Seth Avett, proves to be even more ‘gleaming’ than the first.
Rainmaker - Long Slow Fade CD
Hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area, Rainmaker is a good ol' rock band - a quartet of bass, drums, keys, and guitar with vocals.
Thousands of One - SoulForce CD
Having seemingly fostered its own community within the tight-knit Ithaca, NY music scene, SoulForce appropriately reflects Thousands of One’s collaborative, socially oriented outlook.
Robert Walter - Cure All CD
The news on Cure All is how different it is from the Stanton Moore Trio, which prominently features soul-jazz organ player Robert Walter as well.
Scythian - Immigrant Road Show
Scythian brings first-generation authenticity to their unique hodgepodge of Irish, Celtic, klezmer, and gypsy influences.
Turbine - Reward CD
From the moment laser hits plastic on Turbine's second disc, Reward, the listener is barraged with frenetic tempos, breakneck instrumental breakdowns, and smartly layered vocal harmonies.
The Afromotive - Scare Tactics CD
A graceful record, and a credit to the durability of Fela Kuti’s seminal genre.
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