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Esteemed Scottish folk singer-songwriter James Yorkston heads into midlife with The Route to the Harmoniumand no has affection for what he sees. With the urgency that comes from having your voice going unheard, the tune is propulsive and unhinged with frustration. Adia Victoria Raises Her Voice With Release of ‘Silences’ Self-taught musician Adia Victoria who sings and plays the blues discusses in this in-depth interview what it took to find a voice that had been silenced.

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An Interview with Yola British singer-songwriter Yola talks to PopMatters about emerging from a lifetime of straitened circumstances and emotional challenges to make ‘s most promising debut, Walk Through Fire. Yola’s solo debut, Walk Through Fire, soars to showcase her dynamic and captivating vocals while delivering an evocative and playful mix of retro country and soul.

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At the Height of Their Powers: Popmatters is wholly independently owned and operated. London duo Markers strike a balance between their love of melody and structure, and the abstract touch of experimental ambient music on Heaven in the Dark Earth. Jessica Hopper’s Night Moves is a dozen thorny roses for the city that keeps blowing its windy-ness beneath her darkly comic wings.

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It opens subtly with a tempered beat and washes of guitar distortion. And the Kids’ When This Life is Over contributes to the annals of popular culture representing melancholy while situating the band alongside the likes of Sommmation Plath, Robert Smith, Tennessee Williams, and a cadre of other artists and musicians hectored by dejection. Prose Poetry for the Punk Rock Masses Jessica Hopper’s Night Moves is a dozen thorny roses for the city that keeps blowing its windy-ness beneath her darkly comic wings.

Nate Wooley Explores a Frozen Interior on ‘Columbia Icefield’ Jazz trumpeter Nate Wooley’s sommatiin tackles a big landscape, a big reaction, and a big chill on the complex and patient new album, Columbia Icefield. Luigi Bazzoni’s ‘The Possessed’ The Possessed aka Lady of the Lake is a feverish dream-narrative in which the protagonist is often literally fevered and dreaming, yet he jerks awake more often than people in a Brian De Palma movie.

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