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Beck returns to a distant sound on Morning Phase
Treading back through emotional territory he hasn’t traveled since 2002’s Sea Change, Beck delivers a new album full of lush instrumentation.
Read on, read on…
Band of Horses strips down and steps out on Acoustic at the Ryman
Capitalizing on a pair of shows at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium, Band of Horses takes the opportunity to give their songs a makeover.
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Chasing the Sun: How Oasis crossed oceans with Definitely Maybe
It’s been nearly 20 years since Oasis unleashed Definitely Maybe on an unsuspecting public, and we have a long-form e-reader dedicated to everything that made that debut record sound like such a hurricane.
Read it now, why not…
Radio Static, Ep. 26: Stop the clocks
To accompany our long look at Oasis’ debut album Definitely Maybe, Nick pulled together a podcast looking at some of the odds and ends of their career.
Listen here, or download the mp3 and take it along to the gym. [Running time: 33:17]
Mark Lanegan’s haunting career receives a fitting retrospective
Running from his first solo recordings on, Has God Seen My Shadow? An Anthology 1989-2011 sums up the brilliance of Lanegan’s work in three thrilling albums.
Bruce Springsteen finds new life in older songs on High Hopes
Bruce Springsteen rounded up songs that have been homeless for the past few years and found a unifying theme on his latest album.
Lee Ranaldo’s guitars speak for themselves in Allston
Supported by his band The Dust, Ranaldo channeled his vision of the pop song through clouds of guitar bursts and sonic noise at Boston’s Brighton Music Hall
Llewyn Davis and the gravity of folk
The film class of 2013 will go down as one of the great year’s in the form’s history, but the most powerful piece belongs to the Coen Brothers’ ode to the New York City folk scene
Stephen Malkmus keeps it weird on Wig Out at Jagbags
With plenty of lyrics and licks in his arsenal, Stephen Malkmus takes the Jicks on another strange path to a group of catchy songs.
Neil Young took an important solo step on Live at the Cellar Door
Coming off the heels of superstardom with Crosby, Stills and Nash, Neil Young walked into the tiny Cellar Door club and quietly deconstructed any and all expectations
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