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  • Ty Segall pulls out all the stops for 'Manipulator'

    Ty Segall pulls out all the stops for 'Manipulator'
    By the time that Ty Segall hit age 26, he had already recorded and released six solo albums, appeared or collaborated on a dozen or so other albums of frantic guitar rock, issued 20 singles or extended-plays through various record labels, appeared on dozens of compilations and composed a few hundred songs.
  • Review: Angel Olsen's new album builds on her life's dramas

    Review: Angel Olsen's new album builds on her life's dramas
    Angel Olsen has the kind of voice built for drama. When she swoops into her upper register, her occasionally claustrophobic songs about fraying relationships become almost operatic. Olsen's second album, "Burn Your Fire for No Witness" (Jagjuguwar),...

    Angel Olsen finds there's power in numbers

    Angel Olsen finds there's power in numbers
    Angel Olsen started out playing the coffeehouse circuit in St. Louis and established herself as a solo performer in Chicago after her first EP and album. But now the newly minted Ashville, N.C., resident is also a band leader, and it's opened up her sound...

    How the Everly Brothers' harmonies shaped pop music

    How the Everly Brothers' harmonies shaped pop music
    In the ‘50s, the Everly Brothers arrived like a mirage from some deep Southern dream – boyishly handsome, guitar-playing siblings whose voices blended into something haunted, almost mystical. “When we first heard it, it blew us away,&...

    Poetry Magazine gets a little rock 'n' roll with Lou Reed

     
    Rocker Lou Reed exposes his literary side in a piece in Poetry Magazine addressed to his onetime teacher, the ill-fated writer Delmore Schwartz.