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John Andrews, a Woodsist OG who has done time in Quilt and Woods among other affiliated projects, is releasing his latest solo album as John Andrews & The Yawns next month. It’s called Cookbook, and today he follows up its Joni-Mitchell-inspired lead single “New California Blue” with another track called “River Of Doubt.” The song is another soft, folksy psych-pop track, this time accompanied by a video built from Andrews’ personal archive of footage.

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Bursting with melodies and completely unironic passion, Cut Worms latest hits like a golden-hour cigarette on a fire escape, and that won’t change anytime soon. The fact that it’s one of the best records of 2020 feels irrelevant; it could have been one of the best records of 1960, given the vintage production sound created at Sam Phillips Recording Studio in Memphis, and to some crate-diggers down the line, if there is still such a thing, it should be one of the best records of 2080 too.

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Webster Recruits Legends for A Woman Like Me Contemporary jazz leader Lindsey Webster recorded her new album A Woman Like Me at United Recording shortly before the Safer at Home order was issued. For her sessions at United, Webster assembled a cast of legendary sidemen to realize her vision: Luis Conte on percussion, Vinnie Colaiuta on drums, Nathan East on bass, and Keith Slattery on keys, who also shares producer and composer credits. Mark Gray engineered alongside United’s Wesley Sideman. Speelburg Readies the Porsche Rising electro-pop artist Speelburg is releasing his debut studio album Porsche on Oct. 2 via Sophomore […]

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