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Another Lifetime

Cindy Blackman
FOUR QUARTER ENTERTAINMENT

Cindy Blackman’s day job is drumming for Lenny Kravitz; she has deep jazz chops, though, and her new release pays tribute to her mentor, Tony Williams.

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Blame it on the Whiskey

Denny Wheatley
SELF-RELEASED

Channeling classic chops, Wheatley’s debut transports listeners to the days when the construction of country songs mattered more than an artist’s age, hairstyle or love life.

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This nostalgic compilation is more than just an aural experience.

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Chroma Cannon

Prizzy Prizzy Please
JOYFUL NOISE

Hyper drummer + hyper-awkward singer + buzz-happy synth + Bloomington-punk-style-enthusiasm = Prizzy Prizzy Please.

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Good Morning, Magpie

Murder By Death
VAGRANT

This record might sound too much like the past two, but that’s not a strike against MBD. I understand where the sentiment comes from.

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The Long Dream of Birds

Common Loon
HIDDEN AGENDA/PARASOL

The Long Dream of Birds’ more focused moments feel like buoys in an ocean of pretty but directionless atmospherics.

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Reportage: Spela Sjalv

Various Artists
UNKNOWN

Among many forgotten musical innovations of the 1960s, perhaps the most obscure was that of audience-driven free improvisation.

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Self Help

Straight A’s
NOISE POLLUTION

The best album to come out of Louisville since Young Widows’ Old Wounds.

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Mr. Green Volume 1

Carney
INTERSCOPE

When staring at the cover of Carney’s debut album, Mr.

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Before Lately

Cheyenne Mize
SONABLAST!

Of course, you’ll want to adore Cheyenne Marie’s new album Before Lately, ’cause she’s a Louisville lass and we support our own, but is she any goo