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Stevens beautifully explores conflicted feelings of grief on “Carrie & Lowell”

“I should have known better / Nothing can be changed / The past is still the past / The bridge to nowhere.” We are all...

“Just Kids” Isn’t Alright

Singer-songwriter Mat Kearney’s fifth album, “Just Kids,” is a sentimental evocation of childhood and youth. Although the tracks on the LP are all well-produced...

Locke’s new album, “Time Stands Still” is nostalgic goodness

Having strummed his guitar and sang his heart out for the past 10 years, Taylor Locke is no stranger to the stage, since he...

Cannibal Ox’s new release not in the same vein

Cannibal Ox is a hip-hop duo from Harlem, N.Y., composed of emcees Vordul Mega and Vast Aire. This is the group’s second album and...

“Sour Soul” is a sweet album

Ghostface Killah and Toronto jazz band BadBadNotGood’s (BBNG) collaborative album, “Sour Soul,” is a tour de force of gritty hip-hop and smooth jazz. This...

“The Order of Things” is just and good

The new album "The Order of Things" is the radical seventh studio album by All That Remains. It was revealed by the band that...

Father John Misty bares his soul on “I Love You, Honeybear”

I like to think that when I look back at writing for this newspaper years from now, some of my articles, even written through...

Into the “VOID” with RL Grime

Subgenres on top of subgenres is the name of the game for the ever-so-fickle landscape of electronic music, where it seems as though every...

“Faith in Strangers”: Atypical Techno

Manchester producer and electronic artist Andy Stott has released his anticipated fourth album, “Faith in Strangers,” which features the careful mastering and atmospheric style...

Lea Michele’s “Louder”: loud, but not much else

With “Louder,” Lea Michele has released her very first album with Columbia Records as a solo recording artist. Most of her work has been...