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I Can’t Not Go Hard
The introductory mixtape from Island Earth’s newest signing is a collection of largely industry production, but plays like his own.
From the Hills Below the City
Since the release of last summer’s acclaimed, eponymous EP, Houndmouth has seen anticipation skyrocket for a full-length. Fans of the local farmland folk-rock band need to wait no more.
Sing to the Moon
The UK chanteuse could not be more confident and assured on her beautiful debut.
Island Earth’s latest, like so much of their output, is either love or hate.
takes the Villebillies model to the next logical step.
A lethargic malaise runs throughout the sixth album from Atlanta indie-rockers Deerhunter, as if the band is intentionally channeling the best of the ’90s slacker/grunge generation.
L.M.H. (Louisville Men of Honor)
I can’t figure out if L.M.H. sampled Rush Limbaugh, Alex Jones or Ed Schultz, as they all kind of sound like McGruff the Crime Dog.
SONY US LATIN
On her sixth studio album, the “studio” was Julieta Venegas’ home.
Eluvium is Matthew Robert Cooper, a former Louisvillian whose music leans toward the meditative reflection of drone and ambient.
Few promising careers have been as mismanaged as Alice Smith’s.
Some albums just make me happy for the scene.
The Obamacare miracle in eastern Kentucky
Rep. Adams calls out Frankfort’s “game of punishment and retribution” on Seven Counties’ contract termination
Free! Friday! Music and Movies!
Nashville’s liveliest rockers visit Louisville
Cropped Out’s Ryan Davis on 3 bands you must see at this year’s festival
Medicaid expansion leads to booming reimbursements, plunging uninsured rate in Kentucky
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