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The making of the site-specific album, Listen to the Light

Central Park (Listen to the Light) is a new album from Bluebrain – a site-specific work of music that responds to the listener’s location within the stretch of green of… Read more

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Album Review: The Black Keys – El Camino (Nonesuch)

The Black Keys might be the only recession-proof thing Akron, Ohio has produced in recent decades. Even as the former rubber capitol—at one point in its history home to four… Read more

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Album Review: Belew’s First Two (Island)

Few things strike terror in the hearts of audiophiles more than greatest hits compilations or dual CD collections. Adding the words “digitally remastered” usually means trouble at best and maximum… Read more

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Album Review: Tom Petty – Kiss My Amps (Reprise)

If you were fortunate enough to see Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on their recent Mojo tour, you know just how cool this record truly is. Tom Petty and second… Read more

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Classic Recordings: Stone Roses – Stone Roses

Stone Roses – Stone Roses Silvertone (Vinyl) Stone Roses is this month’s Classic Album Sunday featured album and will be played at 5pm, Sunday 4th December. We’d like as many… Read more

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Album review: William Shatner – Seeking Major Tom (Cleopatra)

You haven’t really lived until you’ve heard William Shatner sing “Iron Man.” Seriously. While many dismiss the man (still) famous for his role as Captain Kirk, face it: His kitsch… Read more

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Eric Whitacre top 10 headphone albums

Eric Whitacre was described by The Daily Telegraph, London as “that rare thing, a modern composer who is both popular and original.” His virtual choir was an internet phenomenon and… Read more

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Classic Recordings: Nirvana – Nevermind

Nirvana – Nevermind Universal (Vinyl) By Paul Rigby There’s plenty of myths surrounding the rock-grunge legends, Nirvana. Many would be surprised to hear that the pop genre and its inherent… Read more

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Album review: James Taylor – JT (Mobile Fidelity Reissue)

Part of its ongoing James Taylor series, Mobile Fidelity’s remaster of the singer/songwriter’s tenth album is a smash. Each side of the 1977 effort begins with big, radio friendly hits—“Your… Read more