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The AD Interview

Greg Cartwright had pretty much invented a certain kind of rowdy, country-blues garage rock by the time he was a teenager playing with the Compulsive Gamblers and then the Oblivians. We caught up to discuss his latest album, A Little More Time With Reigning Sound, what it’s like to have the original band together again and the difficult, occasionally harrowing circumstances, that knocked these songs loose and into the world.

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Like most musicians that work in the nebulous worlds of jazz and beat music in Israel, the four members of Apifera have been crossing paths with one another for years. With Overstand, they tap into that deep sense of connection with a blend of spiritual jazz, psychedelic R&B, and J. Dilla-inspired beats.

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Over the course of six decades, Archie Shepp has blazed new trails. To celebrate his latest, Let My People Go, a collaboration with Jason Moran, he explores personal standards. Shepp was interviewed by Sarah Louise for Aquarium Drunkard.

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Jonathan Richman on his latest LP, SA, the inner and outer conversation that is music, the devotional music aspect to the new record, his ongoing, episodic project Just A Spark, On Journey From The Dark, y mucho más.

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Eric D. Johnson reflects on 20 years of Fruit Bats, working with The Shins and Bonny Light Horseman, and his new album, The Pet Parade. Johnson joined us for a discussion about the new album, home recording, the pandemic, and how it feels to walk his musical path for two decades.

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Sunburned’s latest record, the exhilarating Pick a Day to Die, comes out in early March on the Three Lobed Label. It’s the quintessential pandemic project, pieced together out of what’s at hand in a long, solitary lockdown. We talked to one of the founders, John Moloney, about his long-running band, their influences, their process, this current album and how and when music can get back to normal.

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The return of Arab Strap. A few weeks before the album’s release date, Aidan Moffat shared his thoughts on the reunion, long-term relationships, the utility of nostalgia and the hope for at least enough normal to return so that Arab Strap can tour again.

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In the late ’80s, Montréal poet, filmmaker, painter, and musician Princess Demeny recorded a series of electronic avant-garde and new wave recordings. Now, from Séance Centre Records commemorates her “New York Grief” with a 7″ single.

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Creative expression and religious witness abide side by side in Natalie Bergman’s music. On her solo debut Mercy, the Wild Belle vocalist marries psychedelia and gospel, drawing inward to fill her ghostly psalms with beauty and power.

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With a new career-spanning collection in tow, guitarist Gary Lucas joins us for a discussion about his work with Captain Beefheart, Jeff Buckley on his Grace album, and teaming up with Arthur Russell and…Vin Diesel?

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