Tyondai Braxton was formerly with math-rockers Battles, and his previous solo fare saw him diving head-first into the realms of the classical/(...)

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Let’s hear it for the boy. Shamir Bailey hails from Las Vegas and his debut album arrives attached with the usual flags and bunting we now ass(...)

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Bill Fay’s 2012 emergence from the shadows was something to relish. A songwriter of the classic stripe, his 1971 Time of the Last Persecut(...)

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