Any album that starts with a celebration of the power of music is an album by someone to whom I will probably relate. “Radio”, the opening salvo from Keturah Allgood’s new album, Shine, is about those moments when you hear a song you like on the radio, crank the volume up and then allow yourself to get thoroughly lost in its sonic charms. Music in those situations can act as a buffer zone, a safety net, and a safe space. And the wonderful irony, or perhaps self-fulfilling prophecy, is that “Radio” is precisely the sort of…

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