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New Reviews: Wild Flag’s Debut Is an Emotional Explosion

Also: Stream new music by St. Vincent, Primus, Slow Club, Lady Antebellum, Das Racist, Neon Indian and more

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Wild Flag 'Wild Flag'

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In this week’s slate of Rolling Stone reviews, Rob Sheffield raves about Wild Flag’s debut album, which he says “tops anyone’s wildest hopes” for the supergroup featuring members of Sleater-Kinney and Helium and punches “about fucking time buttons” for anyone into bad-ass guitar rock. Also, Will Hermes praises Strange Mercy, the “busily inventive” third album by St. Vincent, David Fricke gives a thumbs up to Primus’ first new record in over a decade, and Jon Dolan digs the second album by the British duo Slow Club, which “bridges the twee whimsy of Belle and Sebastian and the garage-y primacy of early Yeah Yeah Yeahs.”


Wild Flag – Wild Flag (stream one song)

St. Vincent – Strange Mercy (stream one song)

Primus – Green Naugahyde (stream one song)

Lady Antebellum – Own the Night (stream one song)

Slow Club – Paradise (stream one song)

Katy B – On A Mission (stream one song)

Das Racist – Relax (stream one song)

Neon Indian – Era Extrana (stream one song)

The Jayhawks – Mockingbird Time (stream full album)

Alice Cooper – Welcome 2 My Nightmare (stream one song)

Bush – The Sea of Memories (stream one song)

Blitzen Trapper – American Goldwing (stream one song)

Trombone Shorty – For True (stream one song)

Jimi Hendrix – Hendrix in the West (reissue) (stream one song)

Jimi Hendrix – Winterland (reissue) (stream one song)


Ryan Adams “Lucky Now” (stream)

Deer Tick “Miss K” (stream)

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