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Jeremy D. Larson


  • American Wrestlers

    After a false start playing guitar for the Manchester band Working for a Nuclear Free City, Scottish-born Gary McClure (working as American Wrestlers) has made this bedroom-pop record about the difficulty of being heard in the world. He's easy to commiserate with when he sings, "There’s no one crying over me, either." Sad and wise, […]

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  • On Your Own Love Again

    West Coast folkie plays tricks with your heart, and the clock

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  • Mean Love

    Ahmed Gallab is a musical nomad. On his fourth album, the London-born musician (best known as Sinkane) braids Afro-pop arrangements, Tropicália percussion, dub rhythms, country pedal steel and his understated R&B voice into a technicolor knot. Gallab doesn't stick genres into songs so much as he inhabits each one, however briefly: He finds numbing love […]

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