Various Artists covering The Velvet Underground
“The Velvet Underground & Nico” came out in 1967 and “I’ll Be Your Mirror”is a new, song for song tribute to that groundbreaking debut.
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The Lumineers“Brightside” is a more stripped down version of their sound but no less optimistic.
Courtney BarnettThe Australian singer’s “Things Take Time, Take Time” is gentler than her first two, out of necessity. Her more bombastic tendencies are muted by the pandemic.
Nathaniel Ratelilff & the Night Sweats“The Future” is a perfect fusing of the boisterous fervor of his work with the backing band and his more introspective songs from his solo recordings.
The War On DrugsThe Philly band’s newest "I Don't Live Here Anymore" is a complex balancing act between anthemic rock and experimental successes.
My Morning JacketTheir ninth album is a self titled collection of grand musical statements, making up for the long wait of six years between albums when they didn’t know whether they would even be a band again.
Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit"Georgia Blue" has him fulfilling a promise he made during the last election that if Georgia went Democrat he would record an album of covers paying tribute to the Peach State's musical heritage.
The Record Company“Play Loud” has the band not only rocking loudly but moving beyond their blues based roots to a newer sounding rock and roll vibe.
Mark Rogers“Rhythm of the Roads” is the second album from this Hampton Roads-based singer song-writer. The band he has assembled just plain make the songs move.
Various Artists covering The Velvet Underground“The Velvet Underground & Nico” came out in 1967 and “I’ll Be Your Mirror”is a new, song for song tribute to that groundbreaking debut.
Bob Dylan”Springtime in New York: The Bob Dylan Bootleg Series Volume 16” has meticulously culled previously unreleased outtakes, alternate versions, rehearsals and live performances of songs, mostly recorded for the albums "Shot of Love", "Infidels" and "Empire Burlesque" in the early 1980s.