Former Zincs leader James Elkington plays with Joan Shelley, Tweedy, Brokeback, Eleventh Dream Day, and more—and the new Wintres Woma, his first album under his own name, won’t change that.
Omnivore Recordings uncovers some previously unreleased treasures of Bakersfield-style country.
Short takes on recent releases from Don Cherry, the Sham Palace label, and Anna Ternheim
Sludge rock, an eco-friendly fest, a punk-rock record fair, and more
Critics’ Choices and other notable shows: Eddy Current Suppression Ring, Bert Jansch, Omar Souleyman, the Melvins, Woven Bones, Huntsville, and more
British folk-rock legends Steeleye Span celebrate their 40th anniversary in the midst of an ongoing revival of the late-60s British folk revival.
An elegy for CBGB’s and more old-timers making the rounds
Drag City Records uncovers music by Bill Fay and Mark Fosson.