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Live Review: Melvins, Detroit, MI, July 3, 2022

Live Review: Melvins, Detroit, MI, July 3, 2022

Buzz Osborne, Dale Crover and Steve McDonald will not care about this review. They don’t have to. As more than
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Hear This: Tomberlin Sings Her—And Our—Feelings At PhilaMOCA

Hear This: Tomberlin Sings Her—And Our—Feelings At PhilaMOCA

Sarah Beth Tomberlin has a way with words that worm their way into your heart, her understated melodies wearing grooves
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NON-COMM 2022: Sharon Van Etten, Father John Misty, Geese, Craig Finn, Old Crow Medicine Show And More

NON-COMM 2022: Sharon Van Etten, Father John Misty, Geese, Craig Finn, Old Crow Medicine Show And More

Sharon Van Etten The 2022 NON-COMMvention was a parade of musical talent packed into the upstairs and downstairs of Philadelphia’s
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Live From New York (Metropolitan Area), It's ... Lucius, OMD And Pam Tillis

Live From New York (Metropolitan Area), It’s … Lucius, OMD And Pam Tillis

New York City declared last year that “Live Music Is Back!” But despite some ongoing stops and starts, that finally
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Live Review: Bob Dylan, Bend, OR, June 27, 2022

Live Review: Bob Dylan, Bend, OR, June 27, 2022

“These days, people are lucky to have a job. Any job. So critics might be uncomfortable with my working so
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Precious Thing: Tori Amos Still Has Something To Say

Precious Thing: Tori Amos Still Has Something To Say

On paper, Tori Amos’ setlists for the Ocean To Ocean tour seem like a natural progression in her decades-long quest
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Summer Of Love: Positive Sparks Continue To Fly For Waxahatchee

Summer Of Love: Positive Sparks Continue To Fly For Waxahatchee

The past month has seen Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield release a song with her hero Wynonna Judd (“Other Side”), celebrate four
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Hear Yesterday And Today: Birthday Boy Paul McCartney Ends His U.S. Tour—Oh Yeah, All Right

Hear Yesterday And Today: Birthday Boy Paul McCartney Ends His U.S. Tour—Oh Yeah, All Right

Paul McCartney celebrated his 80th birthday on Saturday, but two nights prior, he wrapped up the U.S. leg of his
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Riot Woman: Punk Professor Vivien Goldman Schools Philadelphia

Riot Woman: Punk Professor Vivien Goldman Schools Philadelphia

Providing a timely reminder that anyone can create music, at any time, about anything they want, Vivien Goldman charmed the
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Everybody's Songs: Low Gives The People What They Want

Everybody’s Songs: Low Gives The People What They Want

In the time of the pandemic, or, more accurately, the time-negating months that filled one calendar year and spilled into
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What A Time To Be Alive: Sasami Is Having Her Best Year Ever

What A Time To Be Alive: Sasami Is Having Her Best Year Ever

Following a high-profile European tour opening for Mitski, Sasami is currently supporting Haim, performing at huge amphitheaters and venues for
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Dynamic Duos: Wet Leg And Lowertown Live Up To Their Hype

Dynamic Duos: Wet Leg And Lowertown Live Up To Their Hype

British band-of-the-moment Wet Leg is on tour supporting its self-titled debut album (on Domino), headlining, doing festivals and opening for
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Stay Young: Jawbreaker Celebrates 25 Years Of "Dear You" In NYC

Stay Young: Jawbreaker Celebrates 25 Years Of “Dear You” In NYC

Jawbreaker hit the road to celebrate the 25th anniversary of major-label debut/final album Dear You. Blake Schwarzenbach and Co. played
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Totally '80s: MAGNET Says Hello Cruel World

Totally ’80s: MAGNET Says Hello Cruel World

Morrissey To quote the great Robyn Hitchcock, “It was really hard to avoid the ‘80s if you were there.” It’s
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Peace And Noise: A Confident Kim Gordon Impresses At Her Solo Philadelphia Debut

Peace And Noise: A Confident Kim Gordon Impresses At Her Solo Philadelphia Debut

Liberated from her instrument, Kim Gordon prowled the TLA stage as never before, ripping through the rhythmic, vocal-forward songs of
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