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  • No Compromise: Four decades into his career, musician Taj Mahal refuses to be pigeonholed

    No Compromise: Four decades into his career, musician Taj Mahal refuses to be pigeonholed
    If you ask Springfield, Mass. native Taj Mahal about what inspired him to become a restless musical explorer, he won’t mince words. “First of all, no one seems to think about it,” Mahal said by phone from his home in California. “...
  • Mix-Tape Friday Friday February 24 2012

    Your Mixtapes: Wendy 1. Big Head Todd and the Monsters - Broken Hearted Savior 2. Bodeans - Naked 3. Don Henley - The Last Worthless Evening 4. Foo Fighters - Times Like These 5. John Hiatt - Have a Little Faith in Me Cary 1. I don't want to spoil the...
  • Like/dislike: Katie Kehoe, artist

    Like/dislike: Katie Kehoe, artist
    Generally, we admire someone who will carry around a fishing rod everywhere with them for a year and 24 days. Which is why we were excited to chat with artist Katie Kehoe, who carried the rod around the city as a performance project. That's our kind of...
  • Introducing: The Royalty

    Introducing: The Royalty
    Nicole Boudreau stares intently into the camera, lip-synching along with a booming recording of herself as the name of her band glitters in bright lights behind her. This music video for the Royalty’s addictive song “Bartender” isn&...
  • Hansen: The real thing is always king

    If given the choice, would you want butter or margarine? Sugar or artificial sweetener? Vinyl or digital music? The answer to all, of course, is, yes. Give me the real thing. And for obvious reasons. Butter doesn't have the trans fatty acids that...
  • Album review: Alabama Shakes, 'Boys and Girls'

    Album review: Alabama Shakes, 'Boys and Girls'
    (***) out of four Much like the rising desperation in the chorus of this Alabama bar band's single "Hold On," buzz for Alabama Shakes was steadily building in the months before SXSW this year, marking them as a band you just had to see in Austin, Texas--...
  • Album review: Patrick Stump, 'Soul Punk'

    Album review: Patrick Stump, 'Soul Punk'
    3 stars (out of 4) Patrick Stump, the songwriter-singer who played trusty sidekick to pin-up Pete Wentz in multimillion-selling rock band Fall Out Boy, steps out for his first solo album, the misleadingly titled “Soul Punk” (Island).  The...
  • Album of the Day 10/28/11: Grace Potter & The Nocturnals

    Album of the Day 10/28/11: Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
    I'm not going to lie to you.  This is not my favorite Grace Potter album but all of the things that I love about Grace Potter & The Nocturnals are present and accounted for which makes it a great album and a must own anyway.  For the uninitiated Grace...
  • Vinyl valuables

    Vinyl valuables
    When the third Sunday of the month rolls around, Columbia resident Alan Lee knows just where he'll be going. It's to the Arbutus Fire Hall, an unassuming brick building just off the southwestern Baltimore County town's main drag of East Drive. But Lee...
  • The music of Stax Records, back on the radio

    The music of Stax Records, back on the radio
    For a third straight year, DJ Chris Cowles will be on the airwaves, playing seven straight hours of some of the best music ever recorded. Cowles’ show, which he co-hosts with fellow radio personality Tom Shaker, is called the “Soulsville...
  • The evocative power of possessions

    The evocative power of possessions
    Dawn Raffel, author of two story collections and the novel "Carrying the Body," has an exquisitely refined sense of distillation. She renders the life span of an intense father-daughter relationship, rich with unspoken love and ambiguity, in several...