San Francisco psych-rock mainstays Sonny & The Sunsets put on their dancing shoes for their funkiest record to date. With an assist from tUnE-yArDs’ Merrill Garbus, the Sunsets have crafted an album that draws from their usual bag of tricks (70s punk, power pop) and also throws in elements of
Right up there among the best albums ever made by the Dubliners.
Prince Rogers Nelson’s eighth studio album, which recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, is a marvelous showcase of minimalist funk and psychedelic pop adorned with exquisite melodies and arrangements.
Before their foray into electronic music in the 1990s, the Dubliners released this hybrid concert/studio album, essentially the band’s love letter to Americana and American roots music.
Emily Haines’s proper studio debut album outside of Metric is a sparse, piano-driven soundscape with Emily’s throaty voice front and center.