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10 Albums That Almost Destroyed Their Creators

It’s long been a myth in popular music that creative tensions often lead to high points in a band’s career. While not universally true, there are certainly notable examples of artists who have managed to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, somehow overcoming torturous circumstances to produce quality music. sustainable. Between disintegrating relationships, infidelities […]

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The Best K-pop Songs and Albums of 2022 So Far

After two long years, the state of K-pop is finally beginning to resemble what it was before the pandemic. In-person shows in South Korea are starting to return — and allowing cheers once again — and fans overseas are flocking to arenas to watch their favorite artists perform. BTS took over Las Vegas in April […]

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Top 10 Albums on Earache Records

In 1985, Digby Pearson started Earache Records from his bedroom in a shared house in Nottingham, as a way to champion bands in the burgeoning UK underground scene. Using money from the Thatcher government’s Enterprise Allowance Scheme – a scheme which offered unemployed workers £40 a week if they started their own business – Pearson […]

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Liam Gallagher Reaches No. 1 With “C’Mon You Know” – Billboard

Liam Gallagher finds himself in a familiar place this week: at No. 1 on the UK Albums Chart. With his last leader, the British rocker has a fourth No. 1 solo, and eleventh throughout his career, including his seven bestsellers with Oasis. Come on you know (Warner Records) racks up 70,000 chart sales in its […]

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Three under-the-radar albums to check out this week

The Young Folks offers listeners three artists whose music deserves attention: Leland and the Silver Wells, Dol Ikara and Lydia’s Castle. While all three are stylistically different, the similarity is that they all feature vocalists with distinct and haunting voices, from the edginess of Leland to the gothic textures of Dol Ikara to the sizzling […]

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10 legendary albums that will make you love grunge

In the early 90s, it felt like the whole 80s vibe had overstayed its welcome. The age of MTV’s pin-up stars was getting stale, and it was time to bring some authenticity back to rock and roll. You wouldn’t find it in LA though. For the next few years, the rock’s central core was actually […]

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Peter Gabriel: the solo albums

In 2010, when Peter Gabriel released his cover collaboration Scratch my backwe put the Progfather, as we dubbed him (much to his amusement), on the cover of Program Magazine. Part of the cover saw Sid Smith reuniting with a bunch of people who had worked with Gabriel on his solo albums (until 2002 At the […]

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Charles Lloyd To Release Trio Of Trios Collaborative Albums On Blue Note

Blue note folders announced Trio of Triosan expansive new project from the legendary saxophonist and NEA Jazz Master Charles Lloyd. As a seeker of sound, Lloyd’s relentless creativity has perhaps found no greater manifestation than on his latest masterpiece which comprises three albums each featuring him in a different trio setting. The first album in […]

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Iconic summer sounds from new Mapache and Reverend Baron albums

Just in time for summer, the Mapache album release, Roscoe’s Dream, contains many seasonal designs to associate with dog days ahead. The clear surf rock influence on this album is evident in songs like “Tell Him” ​​and, fittingly, “They Don’t Know At The Beach” by their laid back yet driving beats coming from the drums […]

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Liam Gallagher leads with ‘C’Mon You Know’ – Billboard

Liam Gallagher is on course for his fourth post-Oasis UK No. 1, with Come on you know (Warner Records). The Manchester singer tops the charts midweek with his third and final solo album, and he’s set to dethrone Harry Styles in the process, as Harry’s house (Colombia) dives 1-2. Gallagher already has chart crowns with […]

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Here are the 13 albums to listen to in June

“Such things should never happen, but we die / The swallow finds an oak tree to nest her young / Helpless between earth and sky / Countless under the vast and indifferent sun.” These poetic words, sung by Nick Cave on a holy instrumentation, are only a foretaste of Seven Psalms, a new spoken word […]

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Best albums of 2022 so far

As 2022 comes to the halfway point, the year has already been rich with acclaimed music albums from various genres. Here are some of the best albums of 2022 (so far)! The Weeknd – “Dawn FM” (January 7) Courtesy of Pitchfork “Dawn FM” is the latest album by Abel Tesfaye (better known as “The Weeknd”) […]

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50 greatest pop albums of all time – 24/7 Wall St.

With the development of a PVC-based material better known as vinyl came the long-playing record, or LP for short. Released in 10-inch and 12-inch formats, to be played at a speed of 33 1/3 turntable revolutions per minute (16 2/3 for spoken word recordings), the LP could hold a lot more music per side. than […]

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7 new albums you should listen to now: Wilco, Maria BC, Dehd and more

Sofie Birch: Holotropic [Intercourse] Holotropic is the latest album by Danish sound artist and producer Sofie Birch, following last year’s Whisper Fold Brush. On Holotropic, Birch explores her “vision of a place of wholeness, serenity, and clarity,” as she said in a press release. The record is heavily influenced by the practice of meditation, as […]

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Ólafur Arnalds: the best albums of a musical phenomenon

Quiz question: if you had the choice between John Adams, Thomas Adès and Ólafur Arnalds, who, in your opinion, would be the most listened to composer on the biggest service in the world? Adams Hallelujah Junction and that of Ades Traced overhead would both receive respectable scores, but neither comes close to Arnalds’ music. See […]

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Wishbone Ash: The Best Albums – a buying guide

With over 120 different builds listed on Amazon, Wishbone Ash’s back catalog is both vast and convoluted – which is a deal breaker for newcomers. Given its richness and diversity, it’s really a shame. Ancestors of a two-guitar style that paved the way for Thin Lizzy and Iron Maiden, the band have created some of […]

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WDIY’s Top 10 Albums of April 2022

It’s officially spring, and it’s time for a whole new WDIY Top 10 list! Find out what our dedicated hosts and charming listeners have been listening to as the weather warms up. Want to hear your favorites on our air before summer? Feel free to call WDIY’s studio line with a request at 610-694-8100 x1 […]

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10 Absolute Classics From 10 Albums People Love To Hate

Sure, 2002 ghost ship the movie scored 16% on the tomatometer for being equal parts predictable and plotless, but horror buffs still passed out for that mass beheading scene. In the middle of Friends‘ middle ten-season tagline, the episode where Ross and Joey’s weakened energy is rekindled when they focus on the former’s failed sexual […]

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Daniel Lanois picks his two favorite albums he produced

Daniel Lanois’ incredible career as a musician and producer so far is often cited as inspiration by others, but is he now able to choose his favourites? “You’re asking me to pick my favorite kid,” he replies to Produce Like A Pro’s Warren Huart in a compelling new must-watch interview. “When enough time has passed […]

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10,000 Maniacs, 10 million albums sold, perform at the Milford Theater on June 10

Milford– They’re back! After a two-year hiatus during the pandemic, the band is back on the road. They are celebrating their 40th anniversary, which was actually in 2021, but they weren’t playing due to Covid 19. Four of the six original members are still with the band: Steve Gustafson (founding member), Dennis Drew, John Lombardo […]

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Apple Music celebrates great albums in new ‘Essential Anniversaries’ feature

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and is eligible to earn an Amazon Associate and Affiliate Partner commission on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. It’s been 25 years since Radiohead released “OK Computer,” and now that album is featured along with many other classics in a special […]

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Joe Alwyn | Joe Alwyn’s pseudonym on his girlfriend Taylor Swift’s albums is named after his great-grandfather

Joe Alwyn’s pseudonym on his girlfriend Taylor Swift’s albums is named after his great-grandfather. The ‘Conversations With Friends’ star has two co-written tracks on his significant other’s ‘Folklore’ record and three on his follow-up album ‘Evermore’ under the alias William Bowery, and he chose the moniker because of his songwriter parent and that he’s a […]

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Rare white label pressings of The Cure albums are up for auction

Rare signed white label pressings from a collection of The Cure albums are going to be auctioned. The LPs, which will go under the hammer in Manchester on June 7 in aid of the BRIT Trust charity, include the band’s albums ‘Disintegration’, ‘Pornography’, ‘Seventeen Seconds’, ‘Head On The Door’ and ‘Acoustic hits”. . You can […]

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Tim Goodin releases one of the best Appalachian albums of 2022

Bell County is nestled between the mountains that welcomed Daniel Boone and pioneers into the Kentucky wilderness. From there comes a young man who released one of the best albums of 2022 – Tim Goodin with “Son of Appalachia”. Tim Goodin draws attention with great grace to the TikTok app, which he started performing songs […]

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10 best summer albums 2022

Courtesy/design by Leah Romero With warmer days just around the corner, it’s time to get our playlists in order. What tracks will soundtrack those backyard barbecues, breezy dinners, pool parties, and steamy soirees? While you can’t go wrong with the classics and old favorites, there are plenty of upcoming releases to add to the mix. […]

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Albums we have on repeat

Critic and producer Sean Newgent offers a selection of his all-time favorite records; the music he has on loop on his turntable and Spotify. David Bowie – The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972) Choosing a favorite Bowie album is an impossibility and entirely depends on my mood. The […]

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Denzel Curry Says Kanye and Drake’s Albums Could Have Been Better

Denzel Curry had to pull some things off his chest while he was on social media. During his Twitter rant, Denzel said that Kanye West donda album and that of Drake Certified Lover project could have been better. On Saturday, May 14, Denzel Curry hopped on his Twitter account and started tweeting some of his […]

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7 albums by queer artists we can’t wait to release this season of Pride / Queerty

Summer is right around the corner, and once again, queer (and queer-adjacent) artists are ready to carry the music industry on their backs. After two years of plastic brunches and Pride celebrations on Zoom, the community is officially ready to take action this summer, and we’ve got just the soundtrack for it. From newcomers like […]

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Summer Wrapped – Albums, Songs and What to Watch for Summer 2022

Summer is in the air, and the summer tracklist is shaping up to be hot just in time for the hot season. From Bad Bunny’s surprise “Un Verano Sin Ti” to Jack Harlow’s long-awaited debut album “Come Home The Kids Miss You,” here are some picks to bring on warm days, whether you’re looking for […]

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The Who’s ‘The Who Sell Out’ and ‘Tommy’ albums will be reissued on half-speed vinyl in July

UMe Limited edition black vinyl versions of WHOfirst third and fourth studio albums from 1967 Those who sell and the group’s seminal rock opera in 1969, tommywill be released on July 6 as the second installment in a recently launched series of semi-mastered vinyl editions of the band’s records. Both albums were mastered at Abbey […]

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Stomu Yamashta’s Island Records album box set is on the way

Japanese percussionist and composer Stomu Yamashta is due to release his Island albums between 1972 and 1976, including the albums he released with supergroup Go, collected in a new seven-disc box set. Stomu Yamashta: Seasons – The Island Albums 1972-1976 will be released via Esoteric Recordings on July 29 and features remastered versions of seven […]

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Cavalera Bros. Name their favorite albums when they were teenagers

Max and Iggor Cavalera co-founded Sepultura in Brazil in 1984, influenced by a myriad of different styles popular in rock and metal as well as the underground. Taking us back to those early days, each brother picked out five of their favorite albums when they were teenagers. There has been a lot of thinking in […]

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Future’s ‘I Never Loved You’ Tops Billboard’s 200 Albums Chart – Billboard

Future earns his eighth No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart as I never loved you debuted atop the list with the biggest week of the year for any album. It earned 222,000 equivalent album units in the US in the week ending May 5, according to Luminate. This also marks Future’s biggest week […]

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3 albums, 2 music videos and Hockey Night in Canada

Local band The Northwest have been performing since forming in 2013, but their latest release validates the phrase ‘third time is the charm’ The Northwest is a 5 piece band from Sault consisting of Wayne Watkins on vocals/guitar, Mike Yakasovich (also sometimes known as Yak) on guitar/vocals, Greg Callaghan on guitar/vocals and (man about town […]

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7 new albums you should listen to now: Arcade Fire, Bad Bunny, Sharon Van Etten, and more

With so much great music coming out all the time, it can be hard to figure out what to listen to first. Every week, Pitchfork offers a preview of major new releases available on streaming services. This week’s bundle includes new albums from Arcade Fire, Bad Bunny, Sharon Van Etten, Ibeyi, Belle and Sebastian, Otoboke […]

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Harry’s House and other new albums released in May 2022

From Korean boy group ENHYPEN’s DIMENSION: 閃光, specially designed for Japanese fans, to the global pop phenomenon and comeback solo album of One Direction alum Harry Styles Harry’s housewe take a look at eight upcoming albums due out in May 2022. With countless genres of music ranging from punk rock and rap to R&B, soul […]

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10 of the best metal collaboration albums

Metal has had its share of supergroups over the years, from Hear ‘N Aid to Dudes of Wrath, but over the past two decades the metal underground has increasingly shown an aptitude for teamwork. Every year seems to bring an unexpected new experience in the studio between some of gaming’s best bands (and The Body […]

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Top Albums and Songs of April 2022

Indie Basement is a weekly column on BrooklynVegan that focuses on classic indie and alternative artists, “collage rock,” and new and current artists following a similar path. There are reviews of new albums, reissues, box sets, books, and sometimes movies and TV shows. I’ve rounded up the best April music, highlighting my favorite albums and […]

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Yahritza and Su Esencia Top Regional Mexican Albums With “Obsessed” – Billboard

Yahritza y Su Esencia arrive at No. 1 on Billboardof the regional Mexican album chart as the trio’s debut album, Obsessed, starts at the top. The five-track EP tops the chart dated May 7 and gives the siblings their first lead on any album chart. To explore To explore See the latest videos, graphics and […]

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B-52 album chart

It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from the B-52s, but the flagship new wave band recently appeared on late night TV, celebrated Kate Pierson’s birthday and announced dates for a farewell tour. Plus, in a move most of us probably never saw coming, Fred, Kate and Cindy are the featured vocalists for a new […]

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Rappers haven’t released albums in a while, we’re still waiting

Hip-hop releases are coming at lightning speed these days, but there’s still room to build anticipation for long-awaited albums. Good things take time. While many artists feel the need to keep up and keep their name, there’s a whole slew of famous rappers who haven’t released an album in years. In most cases, this doesn’t […]

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Most anticipated albums during the break

Photo credits: “Kendrick Lamar in 2012” by Jon Elbaz via Flickr CC-BY-2.0 As this is the last issue of the semester, many of the albums that would have been reviewed for you may not necessarily be arriving at this time. (Hopefully next semester!) But that doesn’t stop the excitement of some really big names coming […]

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10 albums we wish were available in Spatial Audio

If you want to know the most interesting Spatial Audio mixes currently available to blast through your headphones, Techradar’s Top 10 List is an unbeatable place to start. To show what makes Apple Music’s spatial audio interesting when it comes to music, rather than movies, these picks stand out. It’s very beautiful. But as with […]

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Kendrick Lamar’s albums ranked in order of magnitude

IIt’s been just over a decade since Compton-born Kendrick Lamar first caught the music world’s attention, and he’s held it firmly in his hand ever since. Now widely regarded as one of the greatest and most influential rappers of all time, he has garnered an impressive array of accolades ranging from 14 Grammys to becoming […]

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5 Albums I Can’t Live Without: Jennifer O’Connor

name Jennifer O’Connor best known for Wear lots of hats. Current City Nyack, NY I really wanna be in it Any beach and it’s hot. My current music collection contains a lot of German electronic music. And a bit of Jazz/soundtracks. You wouldn’t expect me to listen I listen to everything. preferred size Vinyl at […]

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Albums: New music from Reef, Kelly Lee Owens, Kehlani and Jason Aldean

REEF – PULL ME YOUR ACE THANKS to Chris Evans and TFI Friday, a whole generation had It’s Your Letters – adapted from Brits Reef’s Put Your Hands On – stuck in their heads Having now expanded the band, Gary Stringer, Jack Bessant, Jesse Wood and Luke Bullen rock harder than ever, and aren’t bothered […]

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Nine upcoming albums hoping to be the sound of summer

Kendrick Lamar’s highly anticipated “Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers” will be released on May 13. /Photo via wallpaperaccess.com With summer fast approaching, major artists are wrapping up their album rollouts as they seek to gain highly competitive recognition for their music. Hit singles like Jack Harlow’s “First Class” and Harry Styles’ “As It Was” […]

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The best albums you’ve never heard

Slade might be the best band you’ve heard of. The English rockers had one hell of a career that spanned the 60s to a peak in the 70s and then another peak in the 80s, and continued accolades throughout. They’ve got hits like “Cum On Feel the Noize” and “Mama Week All Crazee Now,” but […]

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The albums that changed my world-local tours

As the Grand Rapids band celebrate Local Spins’ 10th anniversary in May, frontman Joe Bockheim reveals the albums that have influenced him the most today. Listen to the songs of all his choices. The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Jack White and The Raconteurs: the essentials of Joe Bockheim. (Photo/Anna Sink) EDITOR’S NOTE: All musicians can trace […]

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Igor Cavalera is ‘very proud’ that early Sepultura albums are ‘still relevant to a lot of people’

Ancient BURIAL members Max Cavalera and Igor “Iggor” Cavalera will perform pieces chosen from the group’s flagship songs “Under the Remains” and “Arise” albums touring the US this spring/summer. Join Max and igor on the trek will be mike leon of SOULFLY and Daniel Gonzalez of POSSESSES. In a new interview with Ghost Cult magazine, […]

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5 new albums to listen to: April 25, 2022

Photo credit: Audiomack This article was previously published on Audiomack World. Kwesi Arthur — Son of Jacob Ghanaian rap superstar Kwesi Arthur delivers highly anticipated new album Son of Jacob. With over 65 million streams on Audiomack, Kwesi’s sound has translated into both viral moments (a verse with Yaw Tog on the “Sore” remix) and […]

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A Tribe Called Quest and the Classic Wu-Tang Clan Albums Archived at the Library of Congress

Music – 1 week ago Elijah C. Watson Elijah Watson is Okaplayer’s News & Culture Editor. When… Photo credit: Al Pereira/Michael Ochs Archive/Getty Images A tribe called Quest’s Low-end theory and the Wu-Tang Clan 36 Rooms have been deemed “culturally significant” by the Library of Congress. The beloved albums of A Tribe Called Quest […]

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10 No-Skip Albums You Need To Listen To At Least Once, According To Reddit

Whatever genre they prefer, here are 10 albums everyone should listen to cover to cover, at least once, according to an AskReddit poll. Reddit might be hell, but sometimes you find gems worth revisiting. When it comes to great music, you sit down and pay attention. A recent AskReddit thread on the website asked people […]

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Xavier school albums Stay Bold or Get Old, B-Sides Death to False Pop Punk on Tummy Rock Records website | News

Bellingham, WA two albums by pop-punk band Stay Bold or Get Old and B-Sides Death to False Pop Punk are streaming on the record company’s site. Albuquerque NM, April 21, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — After releasing Stay Bold or Get Old and their B-sides album Death to False Pop Punk, the four emo pop punk musicians […]

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Discover the best Chet Baker albums of all time

Posted Thursday, April 21, 2022 at 10:35 a.m. Join the 100,000 AFP subscribers on Facebook Buy an AFP subscription Subscribe to AFP podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Pandora News, press releases, letters to the editor: [email protected] Advertising inquiries: [email protected] (© alekseyliss – stock.adobe.com) If you’re a jazz fan, you know the name Chet Baker. […]

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5 albums Sarah Yagki wishes she would never finish

Sydney indie pop artist, Sarah Yagki returns with her first new music of 2022 as she expands her sonic territory with ‘Wanted More’ featuring R&B arrangements. After a productive 2021 that saw Sarah release a slew of singles built on honest songwriting, “Wanted More” continues the young artist’s momentum with her achingly beautiful voice drawing […]

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Classic Albums Live plays note for note

Support local journalism by subscribing to Special Offers – USAToday Network. Warmer weather heralds the arrival of a very special kind of musical bird: Classic Albums Live. This celebration of great vinyl, a highly anticipated series of performances at the King Center, continues to draw audiences in for its musical integrity and no-nonsense approach. “It’s […]

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Here are 12 albums to get you in the spring mood

Spring is finally here, and many students are taking advantage of the warm weather to get outdoors, hang out with friends, and more. To welcome good weather, flowering and rain, it is essential to have music adapted to the season. Here’s a list of albums that are great additions to your playlists and can serve […]

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Lil Durk’s ‘7220’ Returns to No. 1 on Billboard’s 200 Albums Chart – Billboard

Lil Durk’s 7220 returns to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart for a second non-consecutive week, as the set jumps from 2-1 on the list dated April 23 with just over 47,000 equivalent album units earned in the States States in the week ending April 14 (down 8%), according to Luminate, formerly MRC […]

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Ranking Spoon’s 10 Albums Before Airing The Blue Note This Month

Coherence, your name is Spoon. For nearly 30 years, the band from Austin, Texas, has earned a reputation as one of the most reliable bands in indie rock. Spoon doesn’t make a bad record – and often makes remarkable ones, playing with sound and form while delivering visceral melodies. Unfortunately, the “consistent” tag could inadvertently […]

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10 Legendary Rock Bands With Sophomore Slump Albums

Veteran rock bands don’t really have to rely on their new gear anymore. Since they’ve already made millions, chances are they can rest on their laurels and make music in their spare time while getting along with the nostalgia of their old hits. That’s not to say that every legendary band has strengths from album […]

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5 new albums to listen to: April 16, 2022

Photo credit: Audiomack This article was previously published on Audiomack World. Anita— versions of me Anitta is one of the hottest artists in Brazil, where she has been a fixture since her breakthrough in 2013. Press around her new album versions of me centers the idea of ​​her breakthrough in the US market, but in […]

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5 albums I can’t live without: Les Claypools de Primus

name The Claypools best known for Well known for his ability to mentally levitate mid-century furniture while doing one-armed push-ups through piles of packing foam. Current City Somewhere between Albuquerque and Tucumcari, New Mexico on Highway 40. I hear stories of vintage motels and non-exotic American cuisine. I really wanna be in it I wish […]

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Albums released today: Kurt Vile, Swedish House Mafia, Alex G, SAULT, and more

In this segment, we feature the most notable albums each week. Here are the albums released on April 15, 2022: Kurt Ville, (watch my moves) Kurt Vile is back with a new album, (watch my moves), his first release on Verve Records. The sequel to 2018 Bottle it up premiered with the singles “Like Exploding […]

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Studio Albums 1996-2007 (Album Review)

In 2020, Warner Records released a clearly titled Dire Straits box set The studio albums 1978-1991, and that pretty much covered it all. The only thing missing from the six-CD/LP collection was the 1983 EP ExtendedanceEPlay (to date, only “Twisting by the Pool” has seen a digital release). Dire Straits’ production remains relatively straightforward if […]

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Peter ‘Madcat’ Ruth: The Albums That Changed My World

Michigan harmonica legend Peter ‘Madcat’ Ruth has long graced the stages with his instrumental prowess. Today, he unveils the albums that changed his life forever. A love for ‘All the Old Guys’; Peter ‘Madcat’ Ruth performing at Farmfest 2021. (Photo/Sean Miller) EDITOR’S NOTE: All musicians can trace their inspiration to key recordings that captivated them […]

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The Kevin Shirley Albums You Should Absolutely Own

Although best known for being the producer of Iron Maiden for the past two decades, Kevin Shirley is the ultimate guru of classic rock sound, having worked on hard rock, blues rock, classic heavy metal and program His love of Deep Purple, Free and Bad Company was the catalyst for his formation of the supergroup […]

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A WILHELM SCREAM Names Their Eight Essential Metal Albums

A shout from Wilhelm will release their heartbreaking new record lose your illusion April 14. If you heard anything confidentially, or anything A shout from Wilhelm never did, then you definitely understood the fact that they are heavily influenced by metal. I mean seriously, the group has a song called “Less Sparkling eyesMore deicide.” They […]

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Alicia Keys’ Highest-Grossing Albums, Ranked

Singer-songwriter and actress Alicia Keys can be considered one of today’s most successful musicians. Grammy and Oscar winner Alicia Keys has worked with nearly every superstar in the industry. She has done everything the entertainment world has to offer including acting, producing and writing songs for many famous artists. With her incredible talent and passion […]

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5 new albums to listen to: April 9, 2022

Photo credit: Audiomack This article was previously published on Audiomack World. 42 Dugg & IS Gee — The last left 42 Dugg took over Detroit in 2020, and meanwhile, EST Gee became Louisville’s rap monster. Together they are the The last left. A collaborative band of pure bars and street bravado, driven by squealing deliveries […]

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The Flower Kings Begin 2022 Reissue Campaign With ’90s Albums

The Flower Kings have announced that they will publish their old catalog via InsideOut in 2022 and 2023, starting with remastered editions of Back to the world of adventures and Retropolis. Both will be released on limited edition Digipak CDs and a gatefold LP on May 27 – they have been remastered and include updated […]

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Classic albums return live with six great shows

The Lakeland RP Funding Center is thrilled to announce the 2022 Series lineup for Classic Albums Live, which returns with six iconic album performances. Calling all rock fans! This is your chance to enjoy the sounds of many of your favorite classical bands in person without having to travel too far. The Lakeland RP Funding […]

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Green Day albums ranked | Dookie the American Idiot

Lawrence Livermorethe founder of Look for! Folders, green dayclaims that when he first invited the band to do the EP that would become 1989’s 1000 hours, Billie Joe Armstrong was so young, he did not recognize the opportunity as being of great importance. More than three decades later, chances are he will now. With 13 […]

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Fall Out Boy album chart

In a career spanning more than 20 years that began with hardcore-influenced punk and ended with electro-pop tinged arena rock, Fall out Boy makes sure to never make the same album twice. One of the greatest bands to come out of the mid-2000s pop-punk scene, it is hard to underestimate the impact that patrick strain, […]