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  • Stephin Merritt of the Magnetic Fields gets realism with B-Sides

    published March 3, 2010

    To some, Stephin Merritt is a musical genius; to others, he's an insufferable dandy. But to most who have followed his work with the Magnetic... More >>

  • Jill Andrews

    published March 3, 2010

    Jill Andrews isn't exactly nomadic, but she drifts between places: the coffeehouse and the still house, the foothills and the... More >>

  • Todd Snider

    published February 24, 2010

    A living testament to the power of slacker insouciance and a well-packed bowl of weed, Todd Snider is hard not to like — mostly... More >>

  • Laura Veirs fires up her new album, July Flame, as her popularity continues to increase

    published February 24, 2010

    For more than a decade now, Portland-based singer and songwriter Laura Veirs has glided between twee folk, politically charged indie rock,... More >>

  • Pokey LaFarge forges his own path through old-time country and blues

    published February 17, 2010

    Pokey LaFarge is riding shotgun with his girlfriend through the outskirts of Orlando, coming up on Sea World, heading to a car show, eating... More >>

  • Puerto Muerto

    published February 10, 2010

    In its own way, Puerto Muerto has always been ahead of its time. The ghosts of music past often are, and in the strange and turbulent... More >>

  • Langhorne Slim

    published February 10, 2010

    Our hero made his first impression on St. Louis while opening for Clem Snide at the Duck Room in the spring of 2005. Derby-wearing Sean... More >>

  • Don't call Freedy Johnston's Rain on the City a comeback

    published February 10, 2010

    Freedy Johnston didn't set out to become one of the smartest singer-songwriters of the last two decades. He's a modest chap, but give him... More >>

  • Gov't Mule

    published February 3, 2010

    Gov't Mule was the first jam band, and maybe it should have been the last one. What started out as an Allman Brothers spinoff has become... More >>

  • The Wilders

    published January 27, 2010

    With its good-timey, swinging style, the Wilders picks up where BR549 left off. The band raids the classic (as in pre-rock & roll)... More >>

  • Po' Girl

    published January 27, 2010

    Contrary to the dialect of the band's name, Po' Girl is less concerned with antiquarian approximations than it is with testing talent... More >>

  • Sarah Borges and the Broken Singles

    published January 20, 2010

    Wild cards in the stacked deck of Boston rock bands, Sarah Borges and her band, the Broken Singles, plays torchy country rock and... More >>

  • Bob Wayne

    published January 13, 2010

    Bob Wayne is Seattle's reigning king of unadulterated, lumpen-proletariat, faux-bluegrass, hellbilly-trucker shtick, not that the... More >>

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