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Slowdive: Self-Titled

Slowdive Slowdive (Dead Records) If you’ve been following Slowdive since their inception in 1989, you’ll know that they had a rough ride when their sophomore album, Souvlaki (which included several collaborations with Brian Eno) was dismissed by critics, with no help from their US label SBK, who pulled funding for the tour and left the band holding More...

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By Brian Furman On Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

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 Ralph Greco On Monday, June 26th, 2017

Katy Perry: Witness

Katy Perry Witness Capitol Records She may have buried her feud with Taylor Swift (thank God, I was so worried about those two!) but Katy Perry is not making nice on her 5th studio album, Witness. There are big More...

By Andy Halo On Friday, June 23rd, 2017

Perfume Genius: No Shape

Perfume Genius No Shape (Matador Records) Perfume Genius, the alias of Mike Hadreas, has crossed coasts and musical genres since the early 00s. Combining breathy indie rock with stately, epic folk, and often influenced More...

By Phoenixxrocks On Thursday, June 22nd, 2017

Mary J. Blige: Strength of a Woman

Mary J. Blige Strength of a Woman (Capitol Records) There’s no other way to put it, Mary J. Blige is an R&B Icon. Her career started at Uptown Records as a backup singer in 1989 to the release of What’s the More...

By Ralph Greco On Wednesday, June 21st, 2017

Jomo: What I Want

Jomo What I Want (Lyles-Belton Entertainment) Atlantic City rapper Jomo’s new EP What I Want reveals a tough, and at at times, quite melodic rap attack with production that includes William “WhiteKeys” Harding More...

By Ralph Greco On Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

Phoebe Legere: Heart of Love

Phoebe Legere Heart of Love Heart of Love is Phoebe Legere’s 17th album, and the seminal American songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, has just broken into the Roots Music Report Chart’s top 20 with this collection. More...

By Matt Martello On Monday, June 19th, 2017

Dan Auerbach: Waiting On A Song

Dan Auerbach Waiting On A Song (Easy Eye Sound) The Black Keys front man, Dan Auerbach is back with his second solo release in eight years, Waiting On A Song. It’s billed as his love letter to Nashville where More...

By Brian Furman On Friday, June 16th, 2017

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...

By Andy Halo On Thursday, June 15th, 2017

Passafire: Longshot

Passafire Longshot (Easy Star Records) At the risk of sounding like the biggest hipster to ever hipster about anything, I was thrilled to hear that Passafire had a new one, because (here we go) I went to SCAD with More...