Join us as we count down our favorite albums of 2017, ranging from our local favorites to nationally-acclaimed albums. This is the first of two parts.
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Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile brought their collaborative album to life at the Orpheum last weekend. The night was charming, easy, and relaxing with both artists’ brands shining through.
This year, we’re heading straight to the highlights.
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The Father + Son team wrap up 2015 in a lightning round for the ages featuring Grimes, Alex G, Courtney Barnett, and many more.
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We’ve reached the second half of our favorite albums of 2015. Read up on why we think they are the best :))))))
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Our staff picks their favorite songs of 2015, and you can listen to them in a handy Spotify playlist.
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Newport Folk Festival 2015 featured the likes of Roger Waters, Courtney Barnett, The Tallest Man On Earth and a tribute to its storied past.
The highlights of Courtney Barnett’s Newport Folk Festival can now be relived through NPR’s stream.
My guess is that it won’t be long before Barnett reaches the level of stardom where she can carelessly, maybe smash a guitar every now and then to officially cap off a outstanding performance like Monday’s was at the Sinclair