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New Tunes Tuesday: Sound City, Low, Phosphorescent

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From the soundtrack of a Sundance doc to gutbucket Americana to introspective Midwestern indie, this week’s music releases offer a stunning array of genres.---

Must Have:
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Specter at the Feast


”Returning”

Another Must Have:
Dave Grohl & Friends, Sound City: Real To Reel


”Cut Me Some Slack”

Yet Another Must Have:
Phosphorescent, Muchacho:


”Song for Zula”

Moody Midwestern Music :
Low, The Invisible Way:


”Just Make It Stop”

Best Lyricists:
Anais Mitchell & Jefferson Hamer, Child Ballads:


”Tam Lin”

Honorable Mentions:
Josh Rouse, The Happiness Waltz
Justin Timberlake, The 20/20 Experience
Kacey Musgraves, Same Trailer, Different Park
The Black Crowes, Wiser for the Time
Simone Dinnerstein & Tift Merritt, Night