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Rob Smith declares his love of Air Supply in his new “Vinyl Diaries” column.
Rob Smith ruminates on high school, time, energy, and U2.
Rob Smith Can’t Say No to the new kindie record from Milkshake.
Rob Smith Can’t Say No to the nouveau classic rock of Leroy Justice.
Rob Smith reflects on R.E.M. in the latest “Vinyl Diaries.”
Rob Smith takes the guilt out of guilty pleasures and proclaims his love for Juice Newton.
Rob Smith meditates on memory, music, and the Beatles in “The Vinyl Diaries.”
Rob Smith’s “Vinyl Diaries”: Billy Joel, “The Nylon Curtain”
Rob Smith reviews Nine Times Blue’s debut album, “Falling Slowly.”
Rob Smith shares his favorite albums of 2012.
Download the new single from Boston’s Parks.
Popdose interviews 16-year-old singer/songwriter Hayley Reardon.
Popdose debuts a track from Matthew Ryan’s new album In the Dusk of Everything.
Rob Smith finds “High Adventure” with Kenny Loggins.
Rob Smith contemplates Bob Dylan in “The Vinyl Diaries.”
Dan Fogelberg, reconsidered, in “The Vinyl Diaries.”
Rob Smith Can’t Say No to Kenny G’s Indian collaboration record, “Namaste.”
Rob Smith’s Media 6ix: Beach Boys, D’Angelo, and more.
Some Gibby action going on in Rob Smith’s “The Vinyl Diaries.”
Rob Smith interviews Australian songwriter Paul Kelly.
Rob Smith’s Media 6ix: Eddie Van Halen, Gay Marriage, Avengers, etc.
“Rob Smith’s Media 6ix”: Fornatale, Spiotta, Cowley, Carlson, etc.
Rob Smith reviews the new Trampled by Turtles album, “Stars and Satellites.”
Yes’ “Close to the Edge” is a thing of beauty, at least in Rob Smith’s “The Vinyl Diaries.”