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One Track Mind: Chrissie Hynde, “You Or No One” from Stockholm (2014)

One Track Mind: Chrissie Hynde, “You Or No One” from Stockholm (2014)

Chrissie Hynde is exploring new textures, new emotions, new places. And that, really, is what solo albums are about.

One Track Mind: Tigran, “Erishta” from Shadow Theater (2013)

For whatever reason, we don’t often see the collision of pop music and art rock anymore.

One Track Mind: Garbage with Brody Dalle, “Girls Talk” (2014)

A kick directly into the ass, Garbage’s “Girls Talk” finds Shirley Manson building — with teeth-clinched menace — toward a furious howl.

One Track Mind: Jeff Beck, “Why Give It Away” from Yosogai (2014)

One Track Mind: Jeff Beck, “Why Give It Away” from Yosogai (2014)

The first thing that grabs ya’ about this new Jeff Beck tune is the gigantic groove Beck establishes from the get-go, and a soaring lead that brings this too-brief three minute funk-rock excursion to its end.

One Track Mind: Beverly, “You Can’t Get It Right” from Careers (2014)

This hooky little song tastefully melds a radio-ready pop mentality with a jagged garage-rock stance.

One Track Mind: Thomas Dybdahl, “This Love Is Here To Stay” (2014)

A bewitching, crepuscular journey into a the deepest kind of fragility, “This Love Is Here To Stay” sounds like that quiet voice that comes in the darkest part of night.

One Track Mind: Chad Bradford, “We Are As One” (2014)

Dickson, Tennessee is the headquarters of Chad Bradford, a gifted singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who like a lot of musicians, honed his chops playing in cover bands

Something Else! sneak peek: Incognito, “Hats [Makes Me Wanna Holler]” (2014)

In the acid-jazz scene, there’s no one that has been doing it longer than Incognito. As the only band that’s largely styled after 70’s jazz-inflected RnB that actually existed in the 70’s,

One Track Mind: Judas Priest, “Redeemer of Souls” from Redeemer of Souls (2014)

One Track Mind: Judas Priest, “Redeemer of Souls” from Redeemer of Souls (2014)

Newly released music from an old favorite band always brings an odd mix of anticipation and trepidation before I push the play button. I always have a great sense of dread that it will be awful

One Track Mind: Bob Mould, “I Don’t Know You Anymore” from Beauty and Ruin (2014)

One Track Mind: Bob Mould, “I Don’t Know You Anymore” from Beauty and Ruin (2014)

The only thing, it seems, that ever reliably pierced the twined armor of Bob Mould’s squalling guitar and emotionally serrated singing style was the former Husker Du frontman’s penchant for revelatory hooks. Same here.

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