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King Princess Has Incredible Confidence With The Musical Chops To Back It Up
When singer-songwriter Mikaela Straus says, "I've never been subtle. I don't think now is the time," she means it.
After 27 Years, Guster Is Still Surprising Fans
Guster's latest album,
is a trippy and textured twist on everything you might already love about the band.
Josh Ritter Performs Stripped-Down Acoustic Version Of 'Fever Breaks'
The master songwriter performs songs just like he did for Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires on their Nashville porch.
Sharon Van Etten Makes A Punchy And Powerful Leap Forward
Van Etten is more present than ever, but wouldn't be where she is today without the struggle.
6 Years Of Life Fueled Phosphorescent's Latest Album
Matthew Houck, who records as Phosphorescent, shares how meeting his partner in a New England bar, having a child and almost dying from meningitis informed his new music.
Steve Earle Pays Tribute To Guy Clark, His Songwriting Hero
The guy who always calls it like he sees it remembers a late friend, mentor, and outlaw music icon with a new album,
Nilfer Yanya Shows Off Catchy Melodies And A Stunning Voice
Yanya's debut album,
shows off the unique melodies and grounded guitar playing that first earned her attention.
Cautious Clay Took A Bold Leap
Joshua Karpeh, who records as Cautious Clay, shares his story, reflects on his decision to leave real estate to pursue music full time and explains how being raised by a single mom inspired him.
Metric Talks Fundamental Differences In 'Art Of Doubt'
Co-Founder Jimmy Shaw gave up the producer reins for the first time for Metric's seventh album,
Art of Doubt.
The Suitcase Junket Is A Master Of Musical Imagination
Dried animal bones, thrift store cutlery, baby shoes and yes, a suitcase. Matt Lorenz has turned all these found objects into instruments for his one-man band.
Family Is Important To Susan Tedeschi And Derek Trucks
Jenny Lewis Finds A 'Beautiful, Funky Way To Grieve'
Lucie Silvas: Powerful Pipes And The Right People
Royal Mountain Records Makes Mental Health A Music Industry Priority
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