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  1. About Farewell, Alela Diane

    Alela Diane’s latest album, About Farewell, is about, you guessed it, saying goodbye. The Portland-based folk songstress’ full-length comes in the wake of her divorce from guitarist Tom Bevitori, who had played on and co-wrote Diane’s last album, 2011’s Alela Diane & Wild Divine.
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  2. New to OpenAir: Jessica Lea Mayfield, Thee Oh Sees, Sylvan Esso

    New to OpenAir this month: new releases from Ohio singer-songwriter Jessica Lea Mayfield, prolific garage rockers Thee Oh Sees, and electro-pop duo Sylvan Esso.
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  3. Review: 'Weird Moons,' Jack Name

    Jack Name's latest is a dark album, and for a heavy reason: he was recently diagnosed with cancer.
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  4. Review: 'Ices,' Lia Ices

    Singer-songwriter Lia Ices’ third effort a blend of international musical influences and electronica courtesy of guest producer Clams Casino. Its ten songs succeed as cohesive pop units without feeling heavy-handed.
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  5. New to OpenAir: Mr. Gnome, Johnny Marr, Wax Tailor

    New to OpenAir this month: albums from Cleveland experimental duo Mr. Gnome, ex-Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and French trip-hop producer Wax Tailor.
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  6. New to OpenAir: Twerps, Dengue Fever, Andy Shauf

    New additions to the OpenAir library this month include jangle-pop band Twerps, Cambodian music-influenced group Dengue Fever and singer-songwriter Andy Shauf.
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  7. Review: 'On Your Own Love Again,' Jessica Pratt

    Jessica Pratt's sophomore LP "On Your Own Love Again" takes the listener through an ephemeral journey of what it feels like to have loved and to have lost, and everything in between.
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  8. Review: 'Totem,' Snake Rattle Rattle Snake

    Denver band Snake Rattle Rattle Snake returns after 2011's acclaimed "Sineater" with an album of broody post-punk that explores dark, dominant themes.
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  9. Review: 'The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Complete,' Bob Dylan

    "The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Complete" is six CD bootleg compilation that provide an intimate look at Dylan in the studio with The Band.
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  10. Review: 'Holly,' Nick Waterhouse

    Akin to that of his debut album “Time’s All Gone,” the music of Nick Waterhouse's latest “Holly” worships at the throne of Motown, the famous Detroit soul music label that made indelible dents on the pop charts forty-some years ago.
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