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Incoming: Brownies & Lemonade, Substance LA, Salon Saturno, Pre-Thanksgiving Fest, BTS, Bad Religion, Air Supply, Alkaline Trio, Aimee Mann, NHC (Navarro, Hawkins, Chaney), Thundercat, Lagwagon, GWAR, Courtney Barnett, Dawes, Judith Hill, Kalan.FrFr, Beabadoobee, Tobe Nwigwe, the Record Company, Murs, Art Feynman, Tonstartssbandht, the Regrettes, the Greyboy Allstars, the Midnight, Happy Fits, Bedouine, Sonoda, Citizen, Cold Hart, Soul Syndicate Live, Object of Affection, Deb Never, Boy Scouts, Hot Mulligan, Grady Strange, Moonfuzz, Grace McKagan, Ryan Pollie

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Bedouine serenely leads listeners through a journey of emotions and relationships on her third album, “Waysides,” released on Friday. The new video for lead track “The Solitude” is an amusing vintage glimpse into the singer-songwriter’s craft for making beauty out of inner turmoil.

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Los Angeles folkie Azniv Korkejian, who performs as Bedouine, is prepping the release of her third album Waysides come early November. So far, the Artist To Watch has released “It Wasn’t Me” (not a Shaggy cover) and “The Wave.” Now, Korkejian has shared “The Solitude,” which comes with a video co-directed with Dre Babinski (aka Steady Holiday).

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On the heels of two outstanding studio records, singer-songwriter Azniv Korkejian (Bedouine) has crafted an enviable trajectory sharing a creative space akin to the folk sphere of Karen Dalton or Nick Drake. Ahead of the forthcoming lp (out October 22), Bedouine joins us to discuss the nuances of the project, including the ability to truly focus on the recording and musicianship for the first time. Or, in her own words, “songs for the sake of songs”.

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Bedouine loves covers. In the past couple years, LA-based singer-songwriter Azniv Korkejian has recorded tunes by Margo Guryan, Ron Sexsmith, Big Star, and Bill Withers plus the folk traditional “All My Trials.” And now she has put her own spin on Shaggy’s immortal 2001 chart-topper “It Wasn’t Me.”

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Bedouine’s third album “Waysides” comes out in October. It’s introduced by the sublime single “The Wave,” a poetic negotiation on the passing of a friend.

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Azniv Korkejian, the singer-songwriter and Artist To Watch known as Bedouine, has never really stopped releasing music in the interim since 2019’s Bird Songs Of A Killjoy. Last year she released a bunch of covers: Margo Guryan’s “The Hum,” the folk traditional “All My Trials,” Ron Sexsmith’s “Imaginary Friends” (for our Save Stereogum comp), Big Star’s “Thirteen” (alongside Waxahatchee and Hurray For The Riff Raff), and Bill Withers’ “Let Me In Your Life” (for an all-star voting rights comp). Now she’s back to singing her own songs.

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Bedouine + Killjoy String Quartet and Steady Holiday gave audiences a warm welcome back to the Ford with good humor (no joy killed) and beautiful songs on the second weekend of its reopening.

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Incoming: 808s and Heartbreak, Dilla Fest, Sad Summer Festival, SoundTraac Festival, Dirtybird: Road to Campout, La La La Land, King Crimson, Howard Hewett (Shalamar), Senses Fail, Marsha Ambrosius (Floetry), St. Vincent, Yola, Quetzal, Caroline Polachek, Bedouine, Steady Holiday, the Zappa Band, Charlie Parr, Lynda Trang Dai, Warbly Jets, the Feels, Jensen McRae, Black Pumas, Dinosaur Jr., Triptides, Chrome Sparks, Coma Culture, Sister Nancy, Thumpasaurus, LP Giobbi, Earth Is a Death Star, Jen Awad, Dave Harrington, Melissa Etheridge, Drugdealer, Tim Atlas, Hanson, Trace, The Paranoias

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In the almost 60 years since Bob Dylan released his debut album, countless words have been spilled on his singular legacy. There are books and movies and over half a century’s worth of music journalism trying to dissect the mystery and pin down the multitudes. College courses unpack his lyrics. A Presidential Medal Of Freedom and a Nobel Prize and who knows how many other honors mark Dylan’s towering, seismic presence as not just a musician but a cultural and literary icon of the American Century. All of which is to say: You and I both know about Bob Dylan, and there’s little I could say to celebrate his 80th birthday that hasn’t been said many times before.

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