Baby D's Bagels
$20 Worth of Food and Drink for Only $10
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Continuation/Coward

Nels & Alex Cline
Cryptogramophone

Twins, they are. Nels now enjoys crossover attention for Wilco, and that’s probably the rationale for the simultaneous release stunt.

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New York Town

Israel Nash Gripka
SELF-RELEASED

Alt-country is making me cynical. There may have been something unique and vibrant to start with, but we’ve ridden the cliché train too far to remember anything original.

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Blueprints of Jazz Vol. 3

Donald Bailey
TALKING HOUSE

Now in his 70s, Donald Bailey still swings hard. Joined by the dynamic saxophonist Odean Pope (long a member of Max Roach’s band), Bailey presents a varied program.

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Games for Slaves

Teenage Panzerkorps
SILTBREEZE

If you can get past the deadpan, can’t-tell-if-they’re-joking German vocals and they-must-be-joking song titles, including tongue-in-cheek gems like “Shopping Blitz” a

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The Horse Fell Lame

Brooks Ritter
SELF-RELEASED

Brooks Ritter might be the next Louisville troubadour we gravitate toward.

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Futuro

The Low Frequency In Stereo
RUNE GRAMMOFON

Describing Norway’s The Low Frequency in Stereo as “eclectic” is an unfortunate understatement.

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Rambler

Edgehill Avenue
DEPARTURE

The spirit of Bruce Springsteen’s epic song “The River” is conjured repeatedly in Edgehill Avenue’s new release.

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Never Say Never

Ian McLagan & the Bump Band
00:02:59 Records

Despite some electric piano flourishes that briefly recall Ian McLagan’s days in the Faces, his latest solo outing, Never Say Never, is doggedly mid-tempo, laying out a relaxed, soulfu

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Sholi

Sholi
Touch & Go

Payam Bavafa, a third of this Bay Area-based trio, spent a year and a half researching brain waves for a neuroscientist.

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Beware

Bonnie Prince Billy
Drag City

Hometown weird beard Will Oldham never disappoints, even while consistently exploring different corners of roots rock and folk.