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Jun 07, 2023 Music Web Exclusive

When one thinks of sleazy rock and roll, one tends not to think of Finland.


Jun 06, 2023 Music Web Exclusive

As North Americans, the brainchild of guitarist Patrick McDermott and Barry Walker on pedal steel, the duo create tranquil sonic soundscapes that, on the surface, are languid and meditative instrumental pieces that seem rather unassuming, with most well suited as nature soundtracks or background music.


Jun 05, 2023 Music Web Exclusive

In 2022, Kevin Morby released his seventh album, This Is a Photograph. The album’s titular phrase cycles throughout the record.


Body Type

Expired Candy

Poison City

Jun 02, 2023 Music Web Exclusive

Australian quartet Body Type—comprised of Sophie McComish, Annabel Blackman, Cecil Coleman, and Georgia Wilkinson-Derums—embraced the challenge of creating their second album, Expired Candy, during the restrictive lockdowns in their homeland.


Miya Folick



Jun 01, 2023 Music Web Exclusive

Finding zen through chaos should be Miya Folick’s default setting. Half-Japanese and half Russian, she grew up a Buddhist, visiting temples with her mother in Santa Ana, California.


May 31, 2023 Music Web Exclusive

For Record Store Day, Real Gone Music released this compilation of The Donnas’ early singles, a hodgepodge of raw high school bratty punk anthems, and cover tunes that provides the perfect complement to the band’s seven full length albums.


May 30, 2023 Music Web Exclusive

With this recording of The Allman Brothers Band at the Syria Mosque in Pittsburgh on 1/17/71, those involved with the band’s legacy continue their fantastic job at preserving ABB live shows with spectacular sound and precision.


Arlo Parks

My Soft Machine


May 26, 2023 Music Web Exclusive

Mercury Prize winner Arlo Parks returns after a sea change with an anticipated sophomore album that doesn’t disappoint.


May 25, 2023 Music Web Exclusive

“They always said you must stay between the lines/Be easily defined/Or you’re wasting all your time,” sings Russell Mael on “It Doesn’t Have to Be That Way.”