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  • Top 10 Albums of 2014

    1. The War On Drugs, Lost in the Dream (Secretly Canadian). The year saw no better argument than this for the power and potential of the album as a musically cohesive piece of work. Adam Granduciel's ebbing and flowing tour de force expertly moves from interior turmoil to the adrenaline release of the open road, drawing equally on classic-rock touchstones such as Dylan and Dire Straits and the trancey motorik beat of German bands like Kraftwerk and Neu! Album of the year.
  • Keyed in to inventive jazz

    One of the most inventive and exciting jazz pianists working today, 2013 MacArthur Grant winner Vijay Iyer continues to redraw the boundaries of jazz while incorporating influences that stretch from Billy Strayhorn to L.A. beat alchemist Flying Lotus....

    Top 8 songs of 2014

    8. Wild Beasts � "Wanderlust" "With us, the world feels voluptuous," warbles Hayden Thorpe, his band locked into a stuttering groove, a swirl of synths and snare as unsettling as it is gorgeous. And he's right. Listening to "Wanderlust," and...

    Super cars and guitars featured at Allentown's America on Wheels

    Super cars and guitars featured at Allentown's America on Wheels
    From Wilson Pickett's "Mustang Sally" and The Beach Boys' "Little Deuce Coupe" to Prince's "Little Red Corvette" and Bruce Springsteen's "Pink Cadillac," cars and music have long been intertwined. At America on Wheels' newest exhibit, "Supercars and...

    Herbie Hancock's memoir recalls a creative life and all that jazz

    Herbie Hancock's memoir recalls a creative life and all that jazz
    Herbie Hancock has had the kind of career that's unlikely to ever be duplicated. Appearing on landmark recordings with Miles Davis as well as his own band in the 1960s, Hancock memorably scaled to even greater fame while fusing jazz and funk with the...