By Ella Lawrence Harvest is now officially officially over. I know I've been saying this for a few weeks, but now there is absolutely nothing left for me to do in the cellar. It's been a gradual weaning-off, from the 9-hour days that left me covered in sweat and grape juice and shaking muscles to t ... More >>
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The Moonstation House Band (Secretly Canadian)
Wilco erects a great divide
Mold the Gold (Self-released)
Time Lines (Blue Note) New Monastery (Crytogramophone)
Another Fine Day
Comfort of Strangers
The Minus 5
The Fast Rise and Fall of the South
What Ails You
Kicking Television: Live in Chicago
What the Bay Area's world-class improvisational music scene is doing to put more butts in the seats
Times may be tough for Gomez, but three nights at the Fillmore proves you can't keep a good British band down
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Ay, dios: Get to Grandaddy's show early, and you just might hear God. Er, god.
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No Depression/Still Feel Gone/March 16-20, 1992
Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (Nonesuch)
After September 11, some new songs just don't sound the same
Swag travels through time for perfect power-pop
Another Side of This Life (Sundazed)