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If 2018 was the Year of the Woman, 2019 is shaping up to be the Year of the Dramatic Woman. Following spellcasting albums from Weyes Blood (positive,) Angel Olsen (almost a Goth level darkness,) fka TWIGS is the next to construct an album that bewitches as much as it leaves you with questions.
The Ugandan singer has been a big hit in the UK. For his third album, "Kiwanuka" is aimed firmly at the US market.
For the first time in seven years, Neil Young reconvened Crazy Horse – Nils Lofgren, Ralph Molina and Billy Talbot – all longtime veterans of playing with Young.
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Sturgill Simpson shook up country music and now with "Sound and Fury" it appears he is out to shake up rock music next.
Do not be frustrated by the loud, noisy single “Sing Along.” Listen closely and you can still hear Simpson's tortured drawl and the squeal (mind you, it's treated here) of slide guitar.
Bands often grow as artists. Over a pair of records, Alabama Shakes rolled the dice twice and turned up winners. Singer/guitarist Brittany Howard saw the need to write her most personal music yet. And her most soulful too.
For their third album, the one-time hitmakers ("Hey Ho") take their anthemic Americana down a darker path. Split into three segments, "III" is woven together with a narrative thread. Each song tells a story, but much like the chapters in a book, the larger message is revealed once you put them all together.