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The Old Ceremony + R.E.M.’s Mike Mills, “Fall Guy” from Sprinter (2015): One Track Mind

The Old Ceremony + R.E.M.’s Mike Mills, “Fall Guy” from Sprinter (2015): One Track Mind

As the Old Ceremony joins together with several musical heroes, “Fall Guy” emerges as a fizzy moment of old-meets-new alchemy.

Chris Stamey, “Universe-sized Arms” from Euphoria (2015): One Track Mind

Chris Stamey, “Universe-sized Arms” from Euphoria (2015): One Track Mind

“Universe-sized Arms” is a strange-bird of a song, so much like the earliest of Chris Stamey’s triumphs but also like something else entirely.

Chris Stamey, “Invisible” from  Euphoria (2015): One Track Mind

Chris Stamey, “Invisible” from Euphoria (2015): One Track Mind

Connections to their shared history stream through every quiet moment of Chris Stamey’s new song with Mitch Easter — and even more light.

Ian McLagan and the Bump Band – United States (2014)

Ian McLagan and the Bump Band – United States (2014)

Ian McLagan returns with a boozy swagger, even while examining deep human emotions.

One Track Mind: Robyn Hitchcock, “The Ghost In You” from The Man Upstairs (2014)

A synth-driven Psychedelic Furs song might not seem like a great cover idea. But it was.

Something Else! sneak peek: The Fleshtones, “Remember the Ramones” from Wheel of Talent (2014)

Is there a better group of guitar-banging, snare-splitting garage-band coolsters to pay tribute to the Ramones, really? The Fleshtones simply floor it on “Remember the Ramones,” to the point where there is scarcely enough time to fit in all of the words.

Nick Lowe – Quality Street (2013)

Nick Lowe – Quality Street (2013)

Don’t come into this looking for a Rockpile-esque post-punk rocker’s snide commentary on the whirring engine of Yuletide commerce. Instead, across an album of new originals and off-beat oldies, Nick Lowe casts a wry eye on things.

Tony Joe White – Hoodoo (2013)

Tony Joe White – Hoodoo (2013)

Tony Joe White boasts a uniformly comfortable approach, established with 1968’s “Poke Salad Annie” and repeated since with all the regularity of shotgun rows of Southern-grown cash crops.

Chris Stamey – Lovesick Blues (2013)

Chris Stamey – Lovesick Blues (2013)

A nocturnal gust of sadness, Chris Stamey’s Lovesick Blues is a soundtrack to an endless, impossibly vivid night of heartbreak — dark, impossibly dark, but at the same time beautiful.

Chris Stamey, “Anyway” from Lovesick Blues (2013): Exclusive stream

Chris Stamey, “Anyway” from Lovesick Blues (2013): Exclusive stream

Check out an exclusive advance stream of “Anyway,” from Chris Stamey’s upcoming album Lovesick Blues, due on February 5, 2013 from Yep Roc Records.

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