Articles by: Brice Ezell

David Gray – Mutineers (ALBUM REVIEW)

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On  Mutineers, David Gray’s first release in four years, the problem is not that he has left the building, but rather that he is lost down a better forgotten corridor. With 2005’s Life in Slow ...

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Opeth – “Cusp of Eternity” (Song Review)

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"Cusp of Eternity" probably won't appeal to the band's early fans, but it's another step in their fascinating sonic journey.

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Nickel Creek – Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 5/21/14 (Show Review)

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What 'A Dotted Line,' Nickel Creek’s first studio LP in nine years, made clear in CD format is even truer live: This trio hasn't lost a step.

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Mastodon – “High Road” (Song Review)

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unlike '’Round the Sun’'s nauseating cover art, this is a smooth ride through and through.

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Dust Bin Discoveries: Matt Elliott’s ‘Songs’ Trilogy

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Brice Ezell puts a spotlight on Elliott's overlooked 'Songs' trilogy.

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Checkin’ ‘Em Twice: 10 Great Acoustic Re-Imaginings

Photo Credit: Diana Nitschke 2009

Check out 10 eclectic tracks that work even better stripped-down.

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