REVIEW: Justin Townes Earle “The Saint of Lost Causes”

I’m sure life isn’t easy when you are the son of someone famous and you go into the same field.  The expectations can’t be fair and many people fold and disappear under that unique kind of pressure.  Justin Townes Earle had moments where it looked like he would be the sort to fade away into […]

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REVIEW: Better Oblivion Community Center’s Self Titled Release Succeeds on So Many Levels

I am always wary of what can happen when high profile artists decide to join forces as a super group, super duo, or super superwhatever-you-want-to-call-it.  Sometimes the result is magnificent and impactful while sometimes, it more often than not turns out to be instantly forgettable and mercifully short lived. So, which one does Better Oblivion […]

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