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Boston trio Lula Wiles display their virtuosic chops while expertly tapping into folk traditions ranging from protest songs to murder ballads.

**Best collision of prettiness and soulfulness: Lula Wiles, What Will We Do
**Best reason to still like country music: Alice Wallace, Into the Blue
**Most genre confused (Am I at a Dharma talk? Am I at the club?): Mindmassage: Shivers
**Best debut: Olga Solar: Antilullaby


500 Miles to Memphis/Blessed Be the Damned/s/r/Rock
Alice Wallace/Into the Blue/Rebelle Road Records/Country
Angelo de Augustine/Tomb/Asthmatic Kitty/Rock/**digital**
Buke and Gase/Scholars/Brassland/Rock/**digital**
Dan Sheehan/Tales from Earth Incorporated/s/r/Rock
Daryl Shawn/Safe In Sound/s/r/World
Dennis Quaid & the Sharks/Out of the Box/Omnivore/Rock
Lost Under Heaven/Love Hates What You Become/Mute/Rock
Lula Wiles/What Will We Do/Smithsonian Folkways/Folk
Magela Herrera/Explicaciones/Brontosaurus Records/Jazz
Michael Wolff/Swirl/Sunnyside/Jazz
nêhiyawak/starlight EP/Arts & Crafts Productions/Rock/**digital**
Night Beats/Myth Of A Man/Heavenly/PIAS/Rock/**digital**
Olga Solar/Antilullaby/s/r/Rock
Praises/In This Year: Ten of Swords/Hand Drawn Dracula/Rock
Rich Lerner and the Groove/Jammin With Juma/Free the Music/Rock
Self Evident/Lost Inside the Machinery/Doubleplusgood/Rock
Terry Klein/Tex/s/r/Folk
Terry Ohms/Terryfirma/Cornelius Chapel/Rock
Those Damn Eyes/Too Far to Turn Back Now/s/r/Rock
Tomislav Goluban/Chicago Rambler/Spona/Blues
Walter Trout/Survivor Blues/Provogue/Blues

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