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The Big News
2016 is turning out to be an important year, especially for long lost artists. Earlier this year lost soul Emitt Rhodes released his first record since the mid-1970s, and now Wildflower, the long awaited sophomore effort from Australia’s The Avalanches. I was college, dj’ing overnights for the local college radio station when Since I Left You, their instant classic debut was released. I was going out with a girl who also had an overnight shift but she wasn’t into it so I covered for her regularly and I spent a lot of time with You. I wasn’t alone in finding it one of the most mesmerizing records I’d ever heard. I know it’s probably not going to sell as much as the new Kenny Chesney album but considering the fact that this new album was never supposed to see the light of day I figured it too important to not lead with it.
Oh Yeah, This Too…
Yeah, here’s that new Kenny Chesney record.
Rest of the Stuff
Writing this on Independence Day in a hotel in the middle of nowhere with the shittiest WIFI I’ve ever encountered so I’m just gonna blow through it quickly…
New Schoolboy Q, Blank Face.
Sludge lords Big Business return with Command Your Weather, the band’s fifth and first since 2013.
Biffy Clyro bounces back with Ellipsis. This is the Scotch rockers’ seventh release.
This is the part where we say goodbye to those who’ve hit their last high note. Rock on and rest in peace, brothers and sisters.
Pianist Don Friedman.
Rob Wasserman, who played with everyone from Lou Reed to Dave Grisman.
The Julie Ruin return with
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