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Anais Mitchell: The Brightness

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For all the Yankee readers who pine for the days when poetry graced our pages (and I count... Read More »

Bella Voce: Now Let Us Sing

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This album definitely fits the bill of local music. Bella Voce, a professional women’s choir in Vermont, teamed... Read More »

Bird Mancini: Funny Day

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I really didn’t know what to make of Boston-based Bird Mancini when they slid their last album across... Read More »

Cinnamon Girl

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For someone with a highly limited music budget, tribute albums can be a source of great anxiety. They... Read More »

Dylan in the Movies: Feel the Pull

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Dylan in the Movies is the type of band I can’t help but root for. The band’s founder... Read More »

Eilen Jewell: Heartache Boulevard

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It’s okay to occasionally steal away talent from the rest of the country. New England should be happy... Read More »

Eilen Jewell: Sea of Tears

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Eilen Jewell is finally back with her much anticipated third album, Sea of Tears. This Boise-born singer has... Read More »

Emilia Dahlin: Rattle Them Bones

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Quirky Portland siren Emilia Dahlin is back this month with Rattle Them Bones, a brand new album that... Read More »

Jennifer Hruska: The Underground Forest

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Boston-based musician Jennifer Hruska has made her career on the less glamorous side of the record industry. She’s... Read More »

Jon Shain: Army Jacket Winter

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I first saw Jon Shain at the tiny black box theater at the Mansfield Music and Arts Society.... Read More »

Kevin Kastning and Sandor Szabo: Resonance

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The abstact expressionist painting on the cover of “Resonance” is fitting. This collection of haunting baritone guitar duets... Read More »

Kris Delmhorst: Shotgun Singer

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New England is awash in young musicians challenging the traditional concept of folk music. The genre has become... Read More »

Lissa Schneckenburger: Song

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Fiddle virtuoso Lissa Schneckenburger’s latest album Song is, in a word, unexpected. The album is clearly a labor... Read More »

Mercuryhat: Blinding Blues, Stinging Bees

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While not actually a blues album, Mercuryhat’s Blinding Blues, Stinging Bees serves the same purpose. Composed by lead... Read More »

Patty Larkin: Watch the Sky

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After ten albums and twenty years in the folk scene, Patty Larkin doesn’t have to prove anything to... Read More »

Rani Arbo and Daisy Mayhem: Big Old Life

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As you may have guessed from the title and the whimsical, bare-footed cover photo, this is an album... Read More »

Richard Stoltzman: Phoenix in Flight

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Richard Stoltzman’s Phoenix in Flight is pretty much what you’d expect from the world’s foremost clarinet soloist: a... Read More »

Shepherdess: Self Titled

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Shepherdess is a group of Boston-based music workhorses, each with at least two other band credits to their... Read More »

Spouse: Relocation Tactics

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Spouse’s Relocation Tactics is one of those guerrilla albums that ambush you 12 hours after you first listen... Read More »



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