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Cross Culture

Joe Lovano’s Us Five
BLUE NOTE
The third release of saxophonist Joe Lovano and his band Us Five builds on the strengths of the prior two.
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If “State of the Art (A.E.I.O.U.)” doesn’t get Jim James a guest spot on “Sesame Street,” the producers are nuts.
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Moons

James Business
GRAPPA FRISBEE
This is exactly the kind of evolution one wanted to hear on James Business’ second release.
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Locked Doors & Pretty Fences

Joel Henderson
TROUBLECURE
In popular music, the awkward years come between 35 and 50 — too young to be a grizzled vet, too old to be hungry and fresh-eyed, just right to begin the Dad Rock years.
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2 the Top

Johnny Spanish & T-Razor
SELF-RELEASED
It’s difficult not to get a contact high while listening to this quickie from these two locals. Spanish and Razor have both been busy and moderately successful as solo acts.
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Heavens to Murk-A-Troid

Murk-A-Troid
KILL NOISE COLLECTIVE/GRIMEY RHYME REGIME

Crash DDZ has been a staple in the Louisville hip-hop scene for more years than he’d probably like to admit. From the 502Headz to The DareDevilz, the guy’s CV is Teflon.

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Oh, the Blood Did Fall

Bandoleer Prison
HAMMER & SAW

If Jack Fry’s salmon was served navy blue, would it still be the best plate of food in the city?

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Dissent

Johnny Spanish
SELF-RELEASED
After dropping his smoke-filled, ahem, joint EP with T-Razor earlier this year, Dissent comes as a full about-face, a politic-filled project that doesn’t come off as overly c
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Fade

Yo La Tengo
MATADOR
The trio of Yo La Tengo are professors in exploring the range of indie rock.
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Oddfellows

Tomahawk
IPECAC
With three albums of unorthodox rock under their belts, Tomahawk (vocalist Mike Patton, guitarist Duane Denison, bassist Trevor Dunn and drummer John Stanier) let Oddfellows expand