New York’s most deadpan punks Parquet Courts are back with a new album, Human Performance. Due April 8 via Rough Trade Records, the 13-track effort reveals the band’s more emotionally intelligent side, according to a press release. “The unavoidable noise of NYC that can be maddening, the kind of the impossible struggle against clutter, whether it’s physical or mental or social,” says singer and guitarist Austin Brown, who also produced and mixed the record.
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Bob Corritore steps up his game with Taboo, an all-instrumental platter, which best captures the seasoned wisdom of his ever-expanding harmonica prowess. The album highlights and explores the beauty of blues harmonica with a mostly original, brilliantly diverse repertoire, marked by a decidedly noteworthy cast of supporting musicians including Jimmie Vaughan, Junior Watson, Fred Kaplan, […]