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Antibalas, Dead Can Dance

Reviews: Antibalas, Anastasis

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Aug 22,2012 - In what is their most pointedly inspired release to date, Antibalas channel Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti to rousing and irresistibly groovy results.

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The Mynabirds, Beach House

Reviews: Generals, Bloom

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // May 23,2012 - To understand the sophomore record from former Bright Eyes touring member Laura Burhenn—the brains behind The Mynabirds—you first need to know the origin of the title

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AU, Justin Townes Earle

Reviews: Both Lights, Nothing Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Apr 4,2012 - Twelve seconds. That’s how much time it takes for multi-instrumentalist Luke Wyland to join drummer Dana Valatka on album opener “Epic” ...

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Galactic, Cursive

Reviews: Carnivale Electricos, I Am Gemini

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Feb 21,2012 - It’s strange that, in more than 15 years, New Orleans jazz-funk troupe Galactic is just now getting around to making a Mardi Gras, or Carnival, album.

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Cate Le Bon, The Big Pink

Reviews: Cyrk, Future This

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Jan 10,2012 - Cate Le Bon is bringing a welcome breeze of ethereal vocals to our shore with her fresh, new album Cyrk.

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Yo-Yo Ma & Co., Tom Waits

Reviews: Goat Rodeo Sessions, Bad As Me

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Nov 10,2011 - The disparate styles of bluegrass and classical are blended with such skillful ease in The Goat Rodeo Sessions it’s a wonder why ...

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Thrice

Review: Major/Minor

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Nov 2,2011 - Thrice has never been a band that's afraid to blaze new paths with their musical style, fully knowing that not all fans would take to the new sound.

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Rob Crow, Ryan Adams

Reviews: He Thinks He's People, Ashes & Fire

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Oct 11,2011 - The solo career of Rob Crow, founder of Pinback—as well as a number of other non-trivial indie-music assemblages—has been similar to that of ...

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Blitzen Trappen, The Rapture

Raucous honkey-tonk; moving beyond dance punk

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Sep 6,2011 - Veering off from more familiar folk alleyways, Portland, Ore.-based Blitzen Trapper drives a sonic muscle car onto the rock music highway with their sixth studio album, American Goldwing.

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Stephen Malkmus, Beirut

Reviews: Mirror Traffic, Rip Tide

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Aug 30,2011 - You can count me among the Pavement fanatics who had a hard time getting into Stephen Malkmus’ past couple of albums made with his band The Jicks.
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