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ROLLING STONE

ROLLING STONE

Valerie June, The Order of Time
June’s second LP is louder and more confident than her beguiling debut, steeped deep in electric blues and old-time folk, gilded in country twang and gospel yearning, with a hypnotically gnomish voice that suggests a brawnier Joanna Newsom. Near-perfect front to back, its politics are subtle and sly, mostly implicit and matter-of-fact, transmitted through sketches of lovers and other strugglers.
Read Our Review: Valerie June and the Intersectional Protest Folk LPs Defining Nu-America
Hear: Spotify / Apple Music / Tidal

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