All week, on each edition of Out of the Box, listen for songs from one of the best albums that’s just hitting stores and hear Paul Shugrue's review of that album.
“The Million Masks of God” is their most audacious and brilliant yet.
She has been flying under the radar artistically since her debut in 2003 but her new album “Modern Age” should give her a serious foothold.
About the only thing she had not accomplished in her illustrious career was the release of a live album. “Til We Meet Again” checks that one off the list.
His new album “Be Here Instead” is a bold step forward instrumentally, maintaining his folkie style but experimenting with electronic effects that bring about a change in his approach to his already well proven talent for songwriting.
The Scottish trio's sixth album “Half Drunk Under a Full Moon” continually evolves their sound with more elaborate sonic touches to go along with their sometimes lunatic lyrics.
He is a guitar slinger, blues belter and veteran road dog who, with his new album “Alafia Moon” can add great storyteller to that list.