REVIEW: Tylor and the Train Robbers’ “Best of the Worst Kind” is Old-Time Storytelling

If you’re into the storytelling of days past, from names like Marty Robbins or Johnny Cash, combined with good musicianship, then you’ll want to pay attention to Tylor and the Train Robbers newest album, Best of the Worst Kind, set to release on April 26th.  This is the band’s second studio album; their first, Gravel, […]

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REVIEW: Josh Ritter’s “Fever Breaks” Combines Rock ‘N’ Roll Grit With Top Notch Songwriting

Full disclosure: I’ve heard of Josh Ritter many times throughout the years (his collaboration with the legendary Bob Weir on “When Will I Be Changed,” from his last album, 2017’s Gathering, caught my attention), but I haven’t actually heard much of Ritter’s catalog. When it was announced that Jason Isbell would be producing his latest […]

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REVIEW: Bird Buzz: Jade Bird’s Self-Titled Debut Lives Up To The Hype

Though this is only her debut full length, for those hip to current music trends and artists, Jade Bird has steadily been gaining buzz throughout the past 12+ months, with millions of Spotify streams (“What I Am Here For,” from her 2017 EP Something American, has almost 13 million views as of this writing) and featured spots on late night television. […]

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Miss the 60s? This Anthology Will Take You Back, plus Kora Feder and Bill Evans

 By Jeff Burger Think time machines are the stuff of science fiction? Then you probably haven’t heard the new 60-track Losing Touch with My Mind: Psychedelia in Britain 1986–1990. Like its companion, last year’s 64-track Another Splash of Colour: New Psychedelia in Britain 1980–1985, this collection will speedily carry you back to the late 1960s. The bands on the three-CD anthology—one of […]

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