Reviews of 50 Local Releases, A Month's Worth of Shows, and 13 Millions Reasons to Reconsider Rhapsody In the New Issue of Reverb Monthly

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Folks: The November issue of Reverb Monthly -- our new music pub inserted into the Weekly and circulated separately around town -- is on the streets and online now. Inside, you'll find ...

-- Reviews of 50 local records, singles, and EPs in the city's most comprehensive look at new and upcoming releases. If we missed your record (sorry, Shelby), email us at reverbreviews@seattleweekly.com and we'll catch up next month.

-- 2,500 words about why Rhapsody's 13 million tracks deserve a second look on the 10th anniversary of the pioneering music-subscription service.

-- A look ahead at the month in music (Visqueen! Rats in the Grass! Black Star! Miguel Zenon!)

-- Brian Barr's essay: If Kim and Thurston couldn't make it, what hope is there for the rest of us?

And a whoooole lot more. Check it out on the street, or read it all at seattleweekly.com/reverbmonthly.

 
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