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Folk-rock band Blitzen Trapper keep roving across the rock ‘n’ roll roots landscape on their eighth album, All Across This Land.
Classic B.C. folk duo, The Contenders, releases their third album, of which Street Sounds reviewer Dean-Gordon Smith has a brief glimpse.
Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: If I Can Dream is an orchestral reimaging or reimagining.
Harry Connick Jr. relinquishes production control on his 20-something album, That Would Be Me, and gets some good offbeat results.
Ontario-based singer/songwriter, Thunderclap is a voice in the wilderness. He’s on the fringe and sings loud and clear about it.
Keith Richards lets listeners and fans behind his image to reveal his deepest and strongest work on third solo album, Cross-Eyed Heart.
Former Pink Floyd guitarist/vocalist David Gilmour’s new solo album, Rattle That Lock, soars with bland ambition.
Bamako, Mali-based, four-piece “desert rock” group Songhoy Blues raises its trance rhythms and bluesy hooks in defiance on Music in Exile.
On their sixth album, Pagans in Vegas, Toronto indie rockers Metric get down with synthesizers to get back to the future.
On her solo album, jam band diva Grace Potter catches fire on the ambitious Midnight.
Illinois-based alternative rock veterans Wilco set a new standard for the genre on their ninth album, Star Wars.
Music reviewer Dean Gordon-Smith says English alternative rock band delivers on their third album
Veteran Vancouver blues rock group, Mud Bay Blues Band’s new album, Colebrook Road is a rough hewn gem of gritty hybrid music.
Florence and the Machine beat the third album jinx with How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
Miami, Fla.-based rapper Pitbull’s (Armando Perez to his mama) ninth album, Dale, is a Spanish language hothouse party extravaganza.
English folk singer Sam Lee takes a reconstructionist approach on ancient British folk songs on his band’s second album, The Fade in Time.
The late jazz singer/pianist, Nina Simone is honoured on a collection of her material, Nina Revisited.
American singer/songwriter Joy Williams’ new album, Venus is a re-emergence after the breakup of her folk duo The Civil Wars.
Electronic music pioneer Giorgio Moroder’s first solo album in 30 years, Deja Vu, finds the musician/producer revisiting past glories.
L.A.-based singer/songwriter Phoebe Ryan’s EP is an electro-pop primer that’s lyrically driven.