Album Reviews


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A Ghost Like Me

Whether you call them psychedelic, spacey, experimental or strange, A Ghost Like Me only has one priority: To make music that awakens one’s...
11/23/2011
62

Sunspot: ‘The Slingshot Effect’

For Sunspot, it’s more about burning a lasting musical imprint rather than burning a hole in the music charts.
11/17/2011
63

The Decemberists

After the bombastic, Baroque rock opera that was 2009’s “The Hazards of Love,” the Portland-based quintet, The Decemberists, threw everybody a...
11/10/2011
64

I-Wayne: ‘Life Teachings’

When the religious take to music to preach their beliefs, the resulting product has the potential to be mighty, exquisite and commanding. 
11/03/2011
65

Bruce Cockburn

Where are all the protest singers?

Every major social movement, as far as recent memory recalls, has activated artists to write anthems and...
10/27/2011
66

Daria Dzurik

Sometimes a little deviation is good. Accustomed to the polished, packaged and produced, it’s always refreshing to be exposed to an artist who...
10/20/2011
67

Back to the Shack

Singer Mark Bumgarner relies on Tomato Shack songwriter Jerry Cheek for material
10/20/2011
68

Eliot Lipp and Jasia 10

There are many detractors of techno and electronic music.

A common complaint issued about the genre is that it’s headache-inducing and only...
10/13/2011
69

‘Christmas in the Mountains Vol. 5’

Hunger & Health Coalition releases holiday benefit album
10/06/2011
70

Kenny Vaughan

Versatile, veteran, venerable, vibrant, vintage, Vaughan.

The “V” on the cover of Kenny Vaughan’s debut album could represent any one,...
09/29/2011
71

Bearfoot

Kids are sent to summer camp to make friends, learn skills and give their parents some relief. Who knew camp could lead to touring the country in a...
09/22/2011
72

Bafoodus

Like the guardian lion that graces the cover of their debut album, Bafoodus has a powerful and commanding presence in the Boone music scene....
09/15/2011
73

Guy Clark

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Since his 1975 debut, "Old No. 1," singer-songwriter Guy Clark has directly accumulated admiring followers with...
08/25/2011
74

The Mumbles

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In a barrage of auto-tuned songs about inane topics and with words elongated to have syllables that don't even...
08/18/2011
75

A Silver Anniversary for a Blues Band

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They say fine wines get better with age. And cars aren't considered classics until they are 20 or 25 years old....
08/11/2011
76

Dale Ann Bradley

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Bluegrass music is usually recognized first for its instrumentation, then its distinctive vocals and themes....
08/04/2011
77

Alexis Marceaux

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Out of nowhere, a quiet, calm and unassuming young woman explodes into a passionate ball of fire. She's not...
07/28/2011
78

Dehlia Low: 'Ravens & Crows'

Abandoning a full-time job to pursue music doesn't work out for most people. Dehlia Low is bucking the trend.
07/21/2011
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Johnny Hiland

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Many people, including Watauga County's favorite son, Doc Watson, have become accomplished and well-known...
07/14/2011
80

Gillian Welch

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Fans of Gillian Welch, the beloved Nashville singer-songwriter who has been a force in the Americana music scene for...
07/07/2011

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