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Thundercat: It Is What It Is

Thundercat: It Is What It Is

Justin Jacobs on April 2, 2020
For a while, it seemed like Los Angeles bassist and musical polymath Thundercat would be best known as a secret-weapon session musician—he was a key collaborator on Kendrick Lamar’s To […]
The Ah: Mere Husk

The Ah: Mere Husk

Richard Gehr on April 1, 2020
A Zeitgeist-defining moment arrives midway through “Watermelon Tears” on Mere Husk (NNA Tapes), the second album by Jeremy Gustin, who records as The Ah. At one point, manic laughter suddenly […]
Marshall Crenshaw: Miracle of Science

Marshall Crenshaw: Miracle of Science

Jeff Tamarkin on March 31, 2020
Miracle of Science, Marshall Crenshaw notes in the reissue’s CD jacket, was mostly “recorded during 1994, 1995 and 1996 in various bedrooms and converted garages” in Woodstock, NY. You don’t […]