Gordon Koang - Unity [Hi-Res]. Today, Comments 1 Read More. The Reflectors - First Impression Leslie Vincent - These Foolish Things Burna Boy - Twice As Tall Jerk - Some Cosmic Shift Red Holloway Quartet - S. O Season Of Dreams - My Shelter Johnny Britt - Mo Jazzin Marta Palombo - Him, Vol.
Bobby Bazini - Move Away Rapidgrass - Take Him River Bryan Worth - Finders Keepers Go to Page. The show epitomises the combination of craft, heart and The 19 tracks include ""Salt Peanuts,"" ""Night in Tunisia,"" as well as many other classic Jagjaguwar From Chicago, published poet, filed her first album under rap but she sings her way through this second album.
Song titles are names, all one word save "Sun Ra"most easy enough to fill out, with her best hooked song, "Betty," reprised "I am not a typical girl". Took a while to settle in, and probably has more depth than I'll ever be able to plumb.
Music here has an Rez - Various - Tracks With No Name Volume #2 - Eclectic And Eccentric (Vinyl industrial air, sheets of sound stretched around a steely pulse.
Chance the Rapper: The Big Day self-released Chicago rapper, surname Bennett, reissued his debut mixtape 10 Day a while back and it was the freshest, most stimulating thing I had heard all year. He's older now 26married, has a new child, has doubled down on his Christianity, and has chops enough to run this out to 77 minutes without interest flagging.
I've been impressed by his work before, but wonder sometimes how much one needs. Still, hard to fault this live set recorded on tour in Detroit. In fact, it may be the one to recommend first. Control Top: Covert Contracts Get Better Post-punk trio from Philadelphia, female singer Ali Carter on bass, plus guitar Al Creeton and drums Alex Lichtenauerfirst album: hard, fast, shortbut 11 songs so I don't count it an EP"cathartic" is a word often used to describe them.
Can't make out many words, but with rants against "capitalist patriarchy. Produced by Marco Cervantes and Adrian Quesada, with various feat. Scratches are old school, tejano flashes add color, and the politics is up front. Mavis Staples: We Get By Anti- Quickly became the star of her father's gospel family act, tried going secular in the s, much later finding her calling as the torch bearer of the civil rights movement.
At 80 she has more gravitas than anyone needs, which lends extra heft to Ben Harper's solemn songs. Says she pledges to be "Aretha Franklin for the generation. She makes an outsized impression, only fading LP) bit at the end.
Still, nearly every song seduces me in the end, maybe with a riff on "Summertime," or a choice expletive I happened to notice. Ends with: "Hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have. The Hold Steady: Thrashing Thru the Passion Frenchkiss Craig Finn's steady band, seventh studio album sincesecond since Finn started releasing albums under his own name four sinceincluding I Need a New War earlier this year.
Difference, I reckon, is that he gives the band more head, and they swing as well as rock. Still, Finn's voice uniquely catches the ear, and he's usually reeling off a line you want to hear.
Concept heavy, working his way through psych sessions, finding his way and gaining confidence and comfort, although not without some psychodrama. The voice, anyway -- doesn't have the piano, but gets by with his guitar and some pedal steelespecially when he doesn't dawdle. Robert Forster: Inferno Tapete Australlian singer-songwriter, formerly in the Go-Betweens, had several solo albums in the s, regrouped the band, then was left to resume his solo career when Grant McLennan died.
Forster never seemed to have McLennan's knack for indelible melodies, but his songs are intelligent and humane, and he sticks with them until they work -- at least if listeners meet him midway.
First I've heard of them, but I feel right at home. After all, their beats would have been recognized as old style even when they started. And while they're not as old as I am, their maturity sounds earned. The band has muscled up, his voice thick and grizzled -- nowhere more than on John Prine's "Mexican Home," their duet close to seamless.
Ghetto drama, lament for a dead brother, but the music is strong enough to persevere. Highlight is a rap, Change of pace is a gospel in lieu of a funeral. Third album, all superb; this one on John Prine's label, first new artist there since Todd Snider.
Madonna: Madame X Interscope She's moved from London to Lisbon, picked up a few new beats, plus Colombian featured Maluma, although that was the sort of timely move she's been making for ages now single: "Medellin". As her life in exile puts America ever more distant in the rear-view mirror, her politics grow both snarkier and more empathetic, with the solution a path of personal growth that only she seems to be able to pull off.
Still, good for her. Dingy film noir dystopia, not sure whether futuristic as suggesteduncannily perceptive, or just an improved Czarface yarn. Allison Moorer: Blood Autotelic Country singer-songwriter from Alabama, sister of Shelby Lynne, has had two famous songwriter-husbands. Tenth album, title tied to a memoir: the headline event in her life was in when her father shot and killed her mother, then killed himself.
Not sure any songs can do full justice to the event, but these cut deep and move you. Inhe got a gig as artist-in-residence at Sequoia National Park, and wrote a couple of songs about the tall trees there, as well as the title instrumental. Not a lot of variation in this style, but this one sounds like the master take. As for the slow ones, further listening reveals how together they are. Leyla McCalla: Capitalist Blues Jazz Village Born in New York, parents Haitian, father "ran a New York based Haitian socialist newspaper," mother founded "an anti-domestic violence human rights organization," lived a couple years in Ghana, played cello in Carolina Chocolate Drops, also banjo and guitar, first solo album was a tribute to Rez - Various - Tracks With No Name Volume #2 - Eclectic And Eccentric (Vinyl Hughes.
This is her third. Title song rings true, and the calypso "Money Is King" is even better. Got heavier, and the screechy guitar threw me for a loop until I looked up the song title, "Aleppo.
Not sure I'm ready for all this. Reportedly the final chapter in Nelson's "Mortality Trilogy," but less focused on age and death than the previous entries. No dope songs either. Could be the new normal.
Gets slinkier after that, which I'd say is a plus. Lee Scratch Perry: Rainford On-U Sound Hard to know how much to credit dub, which takes existing tracks and adds echo and scratch, but Rainford Hugh Perry has a major player since the s, spawning further dub masters like producer Adrian Sherwood here. Nine distinctive tracks dwell on his Upsetter theme, artfully enough to sound like everything and nothing else before. Another batch of strong songs, with a lot of fiddle in the band.
Charly Bliss: Young Enough Barsuk Power pop group, Eva Hendricks sings, second album, seems like they got the tone right, all the hooks buttoned up tight. Miranda Lambert: Wildcard RCA Nashville Country singer-songwriter, seventh album tenth if you include Pistol Annieshard to improve on her voice or ask for more spunk, and I'm not finding any reason to doubt this album.
Getting hard to differentiate after several strong albums, but I see no reason to stop here. She does a masterful job of capturing Sonic Youth's sound, then folds it back on itself, making it more impenetrable then ever.
Not LP) it's even possible to unpack it, but the sound stands magnficently on its own. Big Thief: U. Nothing hard, or even very solid, yet the songs hold together nicely, with lots of minor pleasures. Lyrics are striking, carried along by the sweeping production. No vocals, none needed.
Still, she remains fearless and defiant in a world where trust is hard to come by, and takes her pleasure where she can. But back then I was thinking of artists like this UK duo, with three fairly major albums They've slowed down, with just four even spaced albums since But this one sounds much like the early ones, with one foot planted in disco, the other pushing metal hard to the floor.
Caterina Barbieri: Ecstatic Computation Editions Mego Italian composer, based in Berlin, "working in the fields of analog and digital synthesis and minimalism. All synth, rooted in minimalism but building something more out of such basics. With that kind of money, she can hire good help -- chiefly Jack Antonoff and Joel Little -- while stretching her product out to 18 songs, a bit over an hour.
Album has some lulls: no doubt it could be edited down and sharpened up. Mad comic cover art, songs that are dynamic and funny, often built on killer riffs.
Describes this as "our punk record," by which he seems to mean short songs: 11 insome crunch to the music, Rez - Various - Tracks With No Name Volume #2 - Eclectic And Eccentric (Vinyl, some grit in the lyrics.
The ache inside reminds my mind my body's really there. I'm not sure I can bite the hand that feeds me anymore.
Barely noticed when it came out, this LP) one of his best. Vinyl-sized at 5 songs,opens with old-fashioned synths, adds a couple of saxophones to the closer "Timbuktu 2"a very choice cut. First album, after several mixtapes as Entendre. Sound stories, cute skits, various guests but holds his own.
Sault: 5 Forever Living Originals Nothing I can find on this group or more likely individual, but name means a leap or jump, or less archaically "a fall or rapid in a river. I've seen various comparisons, but not the one that occurred to me: Chic. Well, minus the great bass lines, but everything else is there, and new again. Sault: 7 Forever Living Originals Second album, released less than five months after the debut, extends the groove and, if anything, tightens up the songcraft.
She sounded as appealing as ever, but I could have done without the predominant male vocals members of groups I've never bothered with: Speed the Plough, the Thousand Pities. I guess that's democracy, with all six members singing, most writing and playing multiple instruments. Gradually the male songs emerged more clearly, with several especially John Baumgartner's "Deep Water" reminding me of the Go-Betweens.
And Deena just kept getting better. Haven't deciphered many words, but the beat goes on and on and on.
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