Review: Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats Bring Retro-Soul on Second LP

Three years before Justin Timberlake stopped shaving and retreated to a cabin in the woods, bearded Colorado singer Nathaniel Rateliff was already showing the appeal – and power – of rustic-white-dude soul. Rateliff looked like Garth Hudson, and his woodsy take on vintage Southern R&B was on point enough to get him signed to iconic Memphis label Stax Records. But his self-titled 2015 debut

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Review: Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Both Sides of the Sky’ Mixes Treasures, Fool’s Gold

Jimi played guitar, jamming good with Billy and Buddy and the Experience – no, wait, that was Ziggy. But Hendrix was almost certainly a model for Bowie's space crawler, an electric deity who sacrificed himself as he took it all too far. His music was haunted by death from the start – "Will I live tomorrow?" he asked on his first album – and he chased after it at a furious pace, recording more

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Hear Pussy Riot, Dave Sitek Condemn Corruption on ‘Bad Apples’

Pussy Riot take aim at abuses of power in "Bad Apples," a ferociously minimal electronic track released Thursday. 

The band worked on "Bad Apples" with TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek, who helped concoct an electro punk-rap track that could have come out in 1986. Programmed drums clatter and smash next

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