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So you never heard of Future Bible Heroes, even though their second album, “Eternal Youth,” has been around for more than a decade. Or maybe you have heard of them and you’re wondering why I’m presuming you know less about them than I do. Forgive me. There are billions of bands out there, and this …

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You can’t spell “slow” or “low-fi” without “low.” Both are apt descriptors for Low. If you haven’t heard of the Duluth, Minn.-based band by now, chances are you’ve been listening to louder music — for a long time. Low’s 10th album came out Tuesday on Sub Pop. Believe it or not, the band has been …

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The British hard-rock band Turbogeist has a solid classic rock pedigree: lead singer Jimmy Jagger is the son of another rock ‘n’ roll singer, Mick. Maybe you’ve heard of him. Don’t worry. This is not your father’s (or grandfather’s?) geezer rock band. Turbogeist plays punk rock that’s so fast, so brash, it borders on hardcore. …

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First of all, an apology: The weather here in Pennsylvania is unusually pleasant (for March, at least.) So I have a hard time not thinking of bright, sunshine-y music this weekend. This brings me to Caitlin Rose, the 25-year-old singer has a sound that makes her sound mature beyond her years. Her new album, “The …

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The last news I heard about Patty Griffin, she was performing guest vocals on Robert Plant’s fantastic “Band of Joy” album, back in 2010. But just two and a half short years later, she’s back. On Thursday came the announcement that Griffin’s new album, “American Kid,” will be released May 7. It’s her first album …

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