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Chadwick Stokes, photo by Photo credit: Margarita Platis
Chadwick Stokes, photo by Photo credit: Margarita Platis
Chadwick Stokes, photo by Photo credit: Margarita Platis
 

Chadwick Stokes Gets Personal

 
March 11, 2015
 



Recorded at Chicago’s Shirk Studios and at L.A.’s House of Blues, Chadwick Stokes’ new album The Horse Comanche pairs the singer-songwriter with producers Sam Beam (of Iron and Wine fame), Brian Deck (Gomez, Josh Ritter) and No...

 
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Gang of Four by Leo Cackett
Gang of Four by Leo Cackett
Gang of Four by Leo Cackett

Pitchfork called Gang of Four’s debut, Entertainment!, one of the best albums of the ’70s, proclaiming that it was “caustic and bursting with disgust for unethical capitalism, opportunist politicians and consumer society,...

 
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Kat Edmonson photo by Robert Ascroft
Kat Edmonson photo by Robert Ascroft
Kat Edmonson photo by Robert Ascroft

Recorded with Grammy-nominated producer Mitchell Froom in his Los Angeles studio, Kat Edmonson’s major label debut has received high praise. The album comes in the wake of her highly acclaimed 2012 release, Way Down Low, a reco...

 
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Band photo by Jerry Mann jerrymann.com
Band photo by Jerry Mann jerrymann.com
Band photo by Jerry Mann jerrymann.com

On their third album, What I Did, Hey Mavis continues to redefine their version of Americana music while adding a few new flavors and creating a bigger sound. Known for moving lyrics and amazing musicianship, husband and wife t...

 
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Murdered By Death by Greg Whitaker
Murdered By Death by Greg Whitaker
Murdered By Death by Greg Whitaker

On their seventh full-length album, Murder by Death’s Americana sound mixes with enlivening new pop, electronic and psychedelic rock. Singer-guitarist Adam Turla has a distinctively deep, gravelly voice that really resonates, e...

 
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Bayside
Bayside
Bayside

Many punk bands don’t last past a gig or two, so it’s all the more remarkable that the Queens-based punk band Bayside has persevered for 15 years now. The group’s punk, which often borders on pop, features introspective lyrics ...