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Saturday, August 18, 2018
"Rock The Deer" by Lulu Lewis steam rolls over you with a kind of kitsch horror movie intensity
The track Rock The Deer by Harlem, New York's Lulu Lewis steam rolls over you with a kind of kitsch horror movie intensity (think of ...
Jailbox's track "Bird Rib" is a beautiful jigsaw puzzle
Jailbox's new track Bird Rib feels deceptively simple and comfortable but is full of jigsaw puzzle pieces of ...
"Caveman" by Dean & the Dagumn Space Villains is a dreamy exploration
Caveman by Dean & the Dagumn Space Villains is a dreamy piece of music simply wrought but infinitely beautiful like space itself. I l...
Calan Mai's "XO" is a chill piece of wanderlust with Polaroid experiences
Calan Mai hails from the Gold Coast, a small town in Queensland, Australia and his track XO bristles with movement, of covering terrain an...
"Shadowland" by Montreal artist Baby Fuzz is a self protest song
Shadowland by Montreal artist Baby Fuzz is one of those songs that embraces you from the beginning but then ...
"10/6" by the dangerously enticing Meggie Brown feels like feral punk rock (London)
10/6 by the dangerously enticing Meggie Brown feels like feral punk rock with serious proto punk bones. Love th...
Dog In A Man Suit - "Shock Treatment" has bite and bark
Shock Treatment from Dog In A Man Suit's self Titled EP is tight fisted bare bones rock and roll with post p...
Django Haskins' dark evocative "So It Is Ever" from the album "Shadowlawn"
From the onset Django Haskins' So It Is Ever paints dark imagery over a kind of down home roots rock meets porch psych folk blues. Th...
Friday, August 17, 2018
Visc waxes poetic about Internet Trolls on "Merciless"
Feelings are sometimes hard to define and when I listen to the track Merciless by Visc that bounds like a Samurai horseman with sword rai...
Thursday, August 16, 2018
Tar and Flowers ride the rails with "Ten Ton Heart"
Ten Ton Heart by Tar & Flowers out of Chatsworth, California has a wanderlust beat and folk country melodies. I thought of Beachwood ...
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