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Sister Faith

Coliseum
TEMPORARY RESIDENCE

Coliseum has never ceased their sonic explorations, a characteristic that has led them somewhere new on each record.

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Peace Sign/Frown Face

Giving Up
SOPHOMORE LOUNGE
With one voice akin to the warden’s in “Superjail!” and the other a female drawl, the vocal duo of Giving Up whip up androgynous, bitter post-rock.
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In the SPOT Light

Louisville Leopard Percussionists
SELF-RELEASED

It’s a shame the LLPs (who are between 7 and 12 years old) weren’t aren’t around for 1970s game shows, because their millions o’ mallets and sticks approach to jazz (and oft

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Never mind the Fiona Apple-length title above, the long in-the-works new album from Father Jah may just be the best of his career.

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Permanent Circus

Luke McIntosh’s Flexi-Sextet
SELF-RELEASED
Born in Scotland, raised in Australia, currently residing in Louisville, bassist McIntosh is a strong and captivating player with far-reaching influences.
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Wolf

Tyler, the Creator
ODD FUTURE/SONY
That Wolf leads with “Fuck You” as the introductory vocal is a fair indication of what to expect.
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The Invisible Way

Low
SUB POP
Since The Great Destroyer, Low seems compelled to hinge each successive album on the merit of one central idea, be that to rock out — not Low’s signature move — o
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Same Trailer Different Park

Kacey Musgraves
MERCURY NASHVILLE
Kacey Musgraves’ major-label debut is an oasis of all I’ve needed from a songwriter; this album is immediately in the conversation of greats.
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Samuel Street Songs

Bobby Falk
SELF-RELEASED
Drummer Bobby Falk’s second album showcases his playing, writing and arranging, with support from Luke Barker and Graeme Gardiner (saxophones), Kris Eans (trumpet/flugelhorn), John Arstingstall
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Without a Net

The Wayne Shorter Quartet
BLUE NOTE
Saxophonist Shorter turns 80 this year and has released his first album for Blue Note since 1970.