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Retro rock buzz band Greta Van Fleet goes all-in on its influences on its new LP, while Elle King builds on the promise of her previous album with the help of some A-list producers, and Jason Isbell's powerful new live album features moments of both introspection and potent hard rock.

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​The comedian and Saturday Night Live alumnus flashes back to the music his mother played around the house, his secretive childhood 2 Live Crew and Too $hort listening sessions, and if he'd have stayed to listen to Kanye's recent post-SNL rant.

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Doyle Bramhall II, the Guitar Hero Who Doesn’t Insist on Guitar

​To mark the release of his new album, Shades, the veteran blues guitarist flashes back to his early days with Stevie Ray Vaughan, his time touring with Roger Waters, and the trade he made with Eric Clapton.

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It was a busy September in the world of new releases, highlighted by the Joy Formidable realizing their potential on AAARTH, Christine and the Queens (pictured) shedding definitions and boundaries on Chris, and Metric's rocking Art of Doubt.

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​The guitarist and songwriter of System of a Down and Scars on Broadway, who recently released an album of material initially earmarked as potential new System music, shares his impressions of his trajectories as both a lyricist and a vocalist, his next batch of songs, and why professional wrestling is "the greatest sport of all."

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Dion

Recorded Live at the Bitter End, August 1971

April 7, 2015

Rock & Roll

With his uniquely virtuosic singing, informed as much by blues artists like Son House and Robert Johnson as modern singer/songwriters like Leonard Cohen, Dion shared much in common with contemporaries like Tim Buckley, John Sebastian, and James Taylor. In fact, his opening reworking of Bob Dylan's "Mama, You've Been on My Mind" hardly resembles Dylan at all. It has much more in common with the atmospheric style of Nick Drake and Terry Callier.

- Matt Collar

Anika

Anika

December 7, 2010

Indie Rock

Annika Henderson's self-titled debut is a striking introduction to the unlikely but fascinating collision of sounds and deadpan cool she expanded on later with the band Exploded View. Though Anika's songs are mostly (brilliantly chosen) covers, the album's collisions of post-punk, dub, and girl group pop are unmistakably hers.

- Heather Phares

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Album Premiere: Tokyo Police Club, ‘TPC’

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Scars on Broadway and System of a Down’s Daron Malakian on Songs, Sports, and Huge Guitar Picks

Actor and Musician Adam Goldberg on Loving Loops and the Merits of Musical Monotony

New Classical Reviews, August 2018

Album Premiere: Mirah, ‘Understanding’

Album Premiere: Tokyo Police Club, ‘TPC’

New Classical Reviews

Scars on Broadway and System of a Down’s Daron Malakian on Songs, Sports, and Huge Guitar Picks

Actor and Musician Adam Goldberg on Loving Loops and the Merits of Musical Monotony

New Classical Reviews, August 2018

Album Premiere: Mirah, ‘Understanding’