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SHAKES TOP THE CHART WHILE PUSHING THE ENVELOPE

ATO’s Alabama Shakes  scored a #1 debut with their sophomore album Sound & Color despite—or perhaps because of—their refusal to play it safe. The Blake Mills-produced LP is relentlessly intense, highly musical and wildly varied, exemplified by the segue in which the Curtis-inspired silky soul of “Guess Who” gives way to the scalding punk rock of “The Greatest.”

Encouragingly, Sound & Color remains in the iTunes Top 10 in its second week, weathering the onslaught of new releases, with a 4.5-star average rating based on 476 customer reviews.   

An eerie sci-fi video of the narcotically funky title cut has just made its premiere on Vevo; take a look.

ALONG CAME JONES
Alamo adds a COO. (1/13a)
VISUAL ARTISTS HONOR INTERSCOPE
A feast for the senses (1/14a)
GRAMMYS IN APRIL?
(NO FOOLIN')
Vegas, baby. (1/12a)
COACHELLA LINEUP: HARRY, YE, BILLIE AND THE WHOLE THING
The poster has been printed. (1/13a)
UTA: A YEAR OF MOMENTUM
Agency reshuffles the deck. (1/14a)
I DON'T WANNA WORK
I just wanna bang on my drum all day.
I HAVE A HANGOVER
I like to call it "2021."
I DON'T WANNA HAVE A MEETING
My Zoom backgrounds are all outdated.
I MISS CHRISTMAS
When's the next holiday that involves eggnog?
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