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Last Saturday more than 170 people died in flash floods in this southern Russia city. Today The New York Times reports that angry survivors think the Putin government is lying to them about a big release of water upstream from th ... More >>
Edie Brickell might not live in Dallas anymore, but she still thinks very fondly of her roots here. Her latest project is The Gaddabouts, a supergroup featuring session musician legends like drummer Steve Gadd and bassist Pino Palladino, and they released the double-disc set Look Out Now! last week. ... More >>
The AntlersAs we mentioned yesterday, The Antlers are fresh off an interesting collaboration with Neon Indian's Alan Palomo, which came shortly after the completion of their album Burst Apart. The album, which which features the band's signature textured layers of guitars and keyboards, has been ... More >>
Let's get this out of the way from the jump: No, none of these acts are from Texas.But each has one thing in common: They're each releasing good music--right now. And, while 2010 saw handfuls of folk artist make headlines with either debut or breakthrough albums of excellent caliber (from Swed ... More >>