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Review :: The Altar

By JC Alvarez | Oct 6
On her sophomore effort Banks proves herself worthy of "The Altar." This is a gorgeously introspective piece that has groove, emotion and plenty of spirit. Dark, moody but with a light and reverence to dive deep into.

Review :: Like You Like It - Studio Cast Recording

By Steven Bergman | Oct 4
Broadway Records now makes this studio cast "RADcording," a mash-up of the Shakespeare comedy and the John Hughes films of the '80s, available for a throwback hour of enjoyment.

Review :: Virginia

By Bill Biss | Oct 3
There is truly a rustic and relaxed feeling of sitting on the back porch at night found with just the fireflies and Tanya Gallagher to light the way.

Review :: Natural Causes

By JC Alvarez | Oct 2
The new album from Skylar Grey, "Natural Causes" is a darkly moody exploration in vulnerability and power that is an experience from start to finish. It's a masterful journey.

Review :: Who Can I Be Now?

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 28
Electrifying isn't even the word for this set. Deeply satisfying comes closer. Others may want this set; those smitten with all things Bowie need it.

Review :: The Frank Sinatra Collection

By Bill Biss | Sep 27
In honor of Sinatra's 100th birthday celebration and an acknowledgement of his ever-lasting gifts as an entertainer, singer, actor and icon, here is "The Frank Sinatra Collection."

Review :: Queer Soundtracks

By Gregg Shapiro | Sep 24
The "Carol" soundtrack is bursting with beauty; we recommend it, and also these "soundtracks" for your life.

Review :: Don Henley. Blue Hills Bank Pavilion. September 20, 2016

By James Nadeau | Sep 23
With one of the most distinctive voices in music, Don Henley clearly brought his "A" game to the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion on Monday night.

Review :: idina.

By Bill Biss | Sep 23
The songs presented on "idina." are a genuine progression when thinking back to her first set of songs from 2008. There is no stopping her remarkable talents.

Review :: Alice in Chains. House of Blues, Boston. September 16, 2016

By James Nadeau | Sep 22
There aren't many bands that can emerge from the death of a lead singer intact and still musically relevant, but Alice in Chains has.

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