Gospel music has always been central to the fiercely-original blues of Kelly Joe Phelps. "Brother Sinner & the Whale," however, is his most spiritual album yet.
Whether it's chemically, electrically or organically produced -- or induced for that matter -- the heavy rock of Buffalo Killers' "Dig. Sow. Love. Grow." packs a wallop.
Creating an album that is equal parts eulogy and tribute, the Black Swans reassembled to release their first album without co-founder Noel Sayre.
Despite singing that "all the good music is 40 years old," River City Tanlines joins all that good music into something cohesive on their latest album, "Coast to Coast."
Delicate Steve is not simply a man, nor simply a band. Delicate Steve is the musical creation of multi-instrumentalist, Steve Marion; that creation transcends any simple descriptive labels.
Seth Walker does what he does best on "Time Can Change" -- the blues. Walker slows things down and makes his mark on America's own musical pastime with his own musical experiences.
A new album from influential power-pop band the dB's is an unexpected gift from a group that has already given so much, a chapter that many thought would never be written.
Reggae is alive and well in Jamaica -- and far beyond the island as well. This 12-song compilation is all the evidence you need.
Individually and collectively, the five musicians that make up Marley's Ghost are among the true masters of American music. On their 25th anniversary album, "Jubilee," they prove it with every note.
With a fragile voice and unwavering emotional clarity, Julia Stone dives into the chasm between our dreams and reality on her sophomore release, "By the Horns."