Jim James and co. return with a collection of songs that feels both like a long-buried time capsule and a timely prescription for these isolated times.
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Following the Fab Four’s legendary journey from “Love Me Do” all the way to Abbey Road.
The one-time saviors of rock and roll experience their own resurrection.
Fitting that the anniversary of Bitches Brew comes during a critical and cultural jazz renaissance.
Artist and musicians from all walks of life find themselves drawn to Sanders’ grassroots message.
An intriguing portrait of an artist caught mid-evolution between youthful heartache and adult devotion.
The Chicago indie band are on Cloud 9 as they prepare to release their debut full-length, Honeymoon.
A new collection of self-care retro-pop that could use a bit more variety.
As climates, trends, and tastes change, so does the American festival scene.
2019’s Festival of the Year makes history and turns heads with an eclectic lineup announcement.
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A “true labor of love” that earns its stylistic detour but overstays its welcome.