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Album review: The Walkmen take listeners to rock 'n' roll 'Heaven'
The Walkmen "Heaven" Fat Possum The Walkmen have transcended steadily into their sound on "Heaven," with propulsive drum beats and harmonized vocals not unlike those of the Everly Brothers.
Album review: 'The Only Place' isn't the sunniest place for Best Coast
Best Coast "The Only Place" Mexican Summer On Best Coast's second album "The Only Place," singer-songwriter Bethany Cosentino's ultra-polished voice gives the power to L.A.-based power pop duo Best Coast, and, stripped of the fuzzy lo-fi quality of their last…
Horse Feathers at the Firebird
Portland, Ore.'s Horse Feathers, helmed by frontman and singer/guitarist Justin Ringle, is not to be missed. Once a collaboration with Peter Broderick, Horse Feathers has grown into an artful orchestra complemented by fine singing and poetic lyrics.
Concert review: Southern Culture on the Skids (with Lookout Joe) throw a country rock party at Off Broadway, Thursday, May 24
Novelty acts have a limited shelf life, so Southern Culture on the Skids should have become irrelevant long ago. As the band approaches their 30th anniversary, the audiences are smaller and grayer, but no less enthusiastic. Probably because the band…
Stanley Clarke at Jazz at the Bistro
Grammy winner and bass legend, Stanley Clarke, returned to Jazz at the Bistro, armed with two of his best men to validate his reputation as a constant innovator in contemporary jazz.
Album review: Screaming Females get noisy and hooky on 'Ugly'
Screaming Females "Ugly" Don Giovanni The incendiary punkish alt-rock trio Screaming Females may contain only one female member -- lead singer and guitarist Marissa Paternoster -- but the band's name is not inaccurate; Paternoster herself contains multitudes.
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