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Former ‘60s/’70s folk-pop star Cat Stevens, now known as Yusuf Islam, returns closer to form on his 14th album, Tell ‘Em I’m Gone.
Review of AC/DC's 15th album, Rock or Bust, which was recorded in Vancouver.
Vocal gospel group The Blind Boys of Alabama and folk-blues veteran Taj Mahal bring a needed shot of uplift and pathos in a hectic time.
M. Ward and Zooey Deschanel cover Johnny Mathis, Dusty Springfield, Dame Vera Lynn and Charles Aznavour among others on fifth album.
Vernon alternative rock band, Amistad, heads out for the territories on their second album, Lee.
Jazz-rock guitarist Chris Harwood-Jones updates the classic fusion-era sound on Unhooked with his first solo album.
The five-piece vocal powerhouse group hailing from Winnipeg and Montreal make their intent clear on their fourth release, Christmas Vol. 1.
English classic rock band Pink Floyd’s 15th album The Endless River is a tribute to late founding member/keyboardist Richard Wright.
Soul legend has a few challenges on Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics.
On his first album in nearly a decade, rock singer/songwriter Billy Idol is back with a strong collection of autobiographical melodic songs.
Steel Wound adds an unmistakable western atmosphere to their acoustic-based songs on Last Dance at the Starlight Lounge.
The husky voiced soul singer/songwriter stakes a claim as the undisputed queen of the blissed-out soul slacker diva on new album, The Way.
A rocker who turns his gaze ever backward, Lenny Kravitz tarries awhile in the mid ‘80s on Strut, his 10th album.
Leonard Cohen decries old age on Slow, the bluesy lead-off track on his 13th album, Popular Problems.
U2 references William Blake to reflect on their own past as they point a way to their future on Songs of Innocence.
Big Wreck’s fourth album, Ghosts, is an ambitious recording with some subtle excursions from the group’s usual instrumental fireworks.
Medicine Hat-raised singer Terri Clark doesn’t get carried away with Nashville gadgetry on her 10th album, Some Songs.
Canadian musician/producer Chin Injeti’s new solo album, recorded in Vancouver, is dense with groovy beats and light, airy vocals.
Vernon's trip hop duo Om is Orion and Marina Miller — Dean Gordon-Smith reviews their second album, The Tipping Point
The Gaslight Anthem's latest album covers a wide range of styles