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By Brian Furman On Thursday, October 12th, 2017
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Tori Amos: Native Invader

Tori Amos Native Invaders (Decca) Tori Amos has always held a special place in my heart. Her voice is so vulnerable, but you can see shards of glass just beyond the veiled horizon of her soft sound. I implore you More...

By Brian Furman On Monday, September 18th, 2017
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MADM: MADM

MADM MADM (Independent) MADM is the moniker used by Indian songstress, Sanjana Rajnarayan. The flurry voiced singer from up and coming music magnet Chennai, India uses her breathy, sexy, and siren-like voice to More...

By Brian Furman On Tuesday, August 29th, 2017
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Queens of the Stone Age: Villains

Queens of the Stone Age Villains (Matador Records) Josh Homme is the coolest guy with a guitar on the radio right now and Queens of the Stone Age are that band. Homme is a badass, and rightfully so. He makes original More...

By Brian Furman On Friday, August 18th, 2017
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Nine Inch Nails: Add Violence

Nine Inch Nails Add Violence (The Null Corporation) At this point in the game, Nine Inch Nails doesn’t really have to do anything outrageous. They pretty much drove the definition of a genre, and inspired a generation More...

By Brian Furman On Monday, July 31st, 2017
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Haim: Something to Tell You

Haim Something to Tell You (Columbia Records) The Haim sisters are just tremendous. They have found something in their sound that has been missing from rock music for a long time. They are masters at writing pop More...

By Brian Furman On Monday, July 24th, 2017
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Little Steven: Soulfire

Little Steven Soulfire (Universal Music) If you want find a blueprint to what real rock n roll is, Little Steven can point you in the right direction. As a member of the E Street Band and having played with Bruce More...

By Brian Furman On Thursday, July 13th, 2017
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Ride: Weather Diaries

Ride Weather Diaries (Wichita Recordings) Ride is arguably one of the most lauded British bands to come from the “shoegaze” movement. Their debut album, 1990’s Nowhere, was heaped with praise by critics and More...

By Brian Furman On Monday, July 3rd, 2017
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Dreamcar: Dreamcar

Dreamcar Dreamcar (Columbia Records) God, I love the music of the ’80s, especially those surrounding New Wave with cheap, plastic beats, catchy, campy, reverb-heavy songs to dance to. I have found myself numerous More...

By Brian Furman On Tuesday, June 27th, 2017
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Phoenix: Ti Amo

Phoenix Ti Amo (Loyaute/Glassnote) The effortless pop that Phoenix bring to the music spectrum is as airy as laundry blowing in wind on a spring day. The merry band from France have released six albums altogether More...

By Brian Furman On Friday, June 16th, 2017
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Incubus: 8

Incubus 8 (Island Records) Incubus has always been an anomaly in the music world. A pendulum swing away from superstardom, complete with heartthrob lead singer, Brandon Boyd. Along with that, the band has had More...