Review: 'Notes of a Native Song' Is Stew's Homage to James Baldwin



Review: 'Notes of a Native Song' Is Stew's Homage to James Baldwin
The singer and songwriter Stew pays homage to the great African-American writer and activist James Baldwin in “Notes of a Native Song,” a song cycle adorned with some casual commentary and video — or, as Stew puts it in a program note, “just a bunch …
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Zach Schimpf's Onward, We Go: Review and Stream
His music, often driven by Schimpf's acoustic guitar and ornamented by processed electric guitar and soft-touch synthesizer, is closer to Rogue Wave's style of beach-breeze indie rock. Fittingly, a ukulele appears on the record, but it is used …
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Review: Girlpool Find Indie-Pop Neverland on 'Before the World Was Big'
Album opener “Ideal World” drifts and dives with dead-eyed acceptance, acoustic guitars squeaking and strumming into a fuzzy coda that befits a lyrical exploration of the process of finding oneself. Tucker and Tividad have discovered their indie-pop …
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