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Vinyl Roundup Part One

Here’s a look at four new releases, all on my format of choice: vinyl. The Toadies – The Lower Side of Uptown (Kirtland Records) In an era populated by sensitive, navel-gazing neo-alt-folk-Americana acts, it’s refreshing to stumble upon a new release from a band that rocks like in the Old Days™. The Lower Side of

Album Mini-review: TimLee3 — Tin, Man

File next to: The Blasters, X, Long Ryders TimLee3 is the band started by former Windbreakers guitarist and his bass-playing wife, Susan Bauer Lee. Last year’s 33-1/3 was another excellent twangified take on power pop, and the trio’s fifth album Tin, Man is every bit as good. But simultaneous with the release of this 11-track

Hundred Word Reviews for May 2015, Part 5

This week of capsule reviews spotlighting new music wraps up today with five releases that all came to me on vinyl. I love vinyl. Did I mention that I really enjoy listening to music on vinyl? Well, I do. Anthony W. Rogers – Wrong… When this record arrived in my mailbox, I thought to myself,