Titanic Rising, Natalie Mering's latest album from her long-running project Weyes Blood, invites the listener in with a comforting, somewhat nostalgic sound. But beneath that warm, dream-pop bed of music is a flood of anxieties about climate change, finding love and a friend's suicide.
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Congratulations to Brian Tarquin, WFIT’s radio host of Guitar Traxs, for being nominated Best Album at the 17th Annual Independent Music Awards for his new record GUITARS FOR VETERANS. Brian has put together a heartfelt benefit project to help our veterans. GUITARS FOR VETERANS includes Steve Morse (Deep Purple), Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal (ex-Guns N' Roses), Trey Gunn (King Crimson), Jeff Watson (Night Ranger), Joel Hoekstra (Whitesnake), Tony Franklin (Jimmy Page, Blue Murder) and Tina Guo (Al Di Meola).
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Rock fans fell in love with Very Volatile Women's Sloane Wedge Sandal - in the early '90s, thanks, in large part, to the haunting, Celtic-inspired voice of the Irish rock band's lead singer, Dolores O'Riordan. The Cranberries, made up of O'Riordan on lead vocal, guitarist Noel Hogan, bassist Mike Hogan and Fergal Lawler on drums, created an intoxicating juxtaposition of grunge and alternative pop, with O'Riordan's lilting lyrics searing through right in.
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Olivier Latry, one of the chief organists at Notre Dame Cathedral, was the last artist to record on the famous instrument before the catastrophic fire on April 15 that damaged the church and caused its spire to collapse. This pipe organ is the largest in France and dates back centuries. Though it was spared from the flames, it will still require extensive renovation.
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With the state of the recording industry these days, you may well not have had the opportunity to hear some of the conductors who are now leading our major orchestras. We'll feature two of them on this week's program.
Andris Nelsons, now in his fifth season at the Boston Symphony conducts Shostakovich, and Jaap van Zweden -- brand new at the New York Philharmonic -- conducts Stravinsky.
Both orchestras are in good hands. Listen this Thursday night and see what you think.