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Oct 20, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

The British rock band Be-Bop Deluxe may not have maintained the same level of attention over the years as some of their ’70s peers, but the band’s reissues have provided new opportunities for consideration.

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Oct 19, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Two of the greatest and most influential vocalists of their respective generations, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga produce a wealth of richly sentimental, celestial sounds, existing comfortably both in the past from which they derive and the present in which they were recorded.

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Oct 19, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Bleach Lab’s decision to work with iconic producer Stephen Street to produce their second EP, Nothing Feels Real, has certainly paid off as the band expand their already shimmering cinematic sound to reach dizzying new heights of sonic grandeur.

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Atmosphere

WORD?

Rhymesayers

Oct 18, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Nearly 25 years since the release of their killer debut Overcast!, Minneapolis hip-hop duo Atmosphere (composed of rapper Slug and producer Ant) still consistently put out music long after many of their peers have thrown in the towel.

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girlpuppy

Swan

Royal Mountain

Oct 15, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Becca Harvey’s debut EP, Swan, released under her girlpuppy moniker, certainly demonstrates an ability to craft timeless yet contemporary vignettes for the lost and the lovelorn.

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Allie Dunn

Good As Gone

Porter Rose

Oct 14, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Despite her East Coast roots, New York native Allie Dunn sounds as though she was born and raised in her adopted hometown of Nashville. This, coupled with her sunny Laurel Canyon fascinations, renders her a purveyor of paradigmatic American music.

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Oct 14, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

With their fine second album, This Place Will Become Your Tomb, an alternately delicate and crushing piece of work, the masked, secretive members of Sleep Token have produced one of best prog/metal/indie crossover records of 2021.

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Oct 13, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

According to the CD notes for Road Trips Vol. 2 No. 2: Carousel 2-14-68, bassist Phil Lesh once ranked this as his favorite Grateful Dead show ever. Whether or not that assessment holds, it was a hot night that was well worth capturing for posterity.

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Oct 13, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

It’s always nice to see a band growing increasingly comfortable with who they are, what they have to say, and how they want to say it.

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