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Kevn Kinney, “In the Land of Things (That Used to Be)”

Apr 5, 2012 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Kevn Kinney, “In the Land of Things (That Used to Be)”

Brooklyn-based musician Kevn Kinney‘s new album a good country mile is a collaboration between longtime friends and musical cohorts he and Anton Fier (formerly of famed New York post punk band The Feelies). Made out of a mutual appreciation for good old fashioned rock n’ roll, the album – and tracks like “In the Land of Things (That Used to Be)” – are textbook examples the genre done right. Big riffs, upbeat rhythms and sing-along lyrics are the name of the game here.

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Dave Barnes, “White Flag”

Apr 5, 2012 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Dave Barnes, “White Flag”

Southern singer songwriter Dave Barnes channels the soul, blues and rock of his native Mississippi into his eclectic pop songs. When he first arrived in Nashville to pursue his dream as a musician he initially gravitated towards the folk scene, but over time he got back to his roots, infusing his songs with the depth and groove of the Motown music he grew up with. On “White Flag” he integrates these various influences together, synthesizing a catchy pop sound of his own. 

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Pure, “The Stars”

Apr 5, 2012 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Pure, “The Stars”

In an age where music is often saturated with auto-tuning and innuendo lyrics that attempt to disguise the lack of true substance, Pure is a breath of fresh air.  His new single “The Stars” shows him to be a natural performer, gifted with a voice that needs no extra help to sound great.

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Gypsyphonic Disko, “Quickie Phonic”

Apr 4, 2012 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Gypsyphonic Disko, “Quickie Phonic”

We can guarantee you’ve never heard anything like Gypsyphonic Disko before, a high energy, cultural-car-crash of New Orleans bounce, hip hop and Balkan folk music. If that sounds crazy, well, it is. But in a completely awesome way.

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The different sounds are blended expertly so that each adds something to the other without sounding muddled. “Quickie Phonic” is one of our favorite tracks from the album, very heavy on the New Orleans bounce – but the whole affair is solid throughout.  Featuring vocals from major names like Sissy Nobby, Juvenile, Gift of Gab, Katey Red, Lateef the Truthspeaker and Big Freedia Gypsyphonic Disko Vol. 1 is a sure-fire party stater.

The whole album is up for free download at their website.

Emperor X, “Raytracer”

Apr 4, 2012 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Emperor X, “Raytracer”

Emperor X is a lo-fi speed folk project headed by American musician C. R. Matheny. Alternating between precise pop melodies and psychedelic rock-outs, Emperor X is an engaging listen to say the least.

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Great Lake Swimmers, “Easy Come Easy Go”

Apr 3, 2012 11:50 AM by Will Durkin
Great Lake Swimmers, “Easy Come Easy Go”

Regarded as a national treasure in the home country of Canada, Great Lake Swimmers have built an enormous following with their timeless folk melodies and Tony Dekker’s unforgettable vocals.

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Cowgill, “Plans”

Mar 30, 2012 6:00 AM by Phil Tortoroli
Cowgill, “Plans”

Bostonion pop band Cowgill have released their debut single, “Plans,” and you can grab a copy of it for free here.

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Jeff Bradshaw, “Steppin’ Out”

Mar 30, 2012 6:00 AM by Phil Tortoroli
Jeff Bradshaw, “Steppin’ Out”

Mr. Trombone Jeff Bradshaw serves up another soulful classic with “Steppin’ Out.”

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James Lann, “Honky Tonk Two Step Queen”

Mar 29, 2012 6:00 AM by Michael Verity
James Lann, “Honky Tonk Two Step Queen”

We welcome back one of our most popular country singers, James Lann, who indulges us with a classic steel guitar driven country shuffle called “Honky Tonk Two-Step Queen.”

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The Youngest Ones, “Babu (feat. S-8ighty)”

Mar 29, 2012 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
The Youngest Ones, “Babu (feat. S-8ighty)”

Growing up in St. Bernard projects of New Orleans, The Youngest Ones – D-Danger, Supa D Da Boss and Killa Da King – did everything together, and it was together that they realized that their future lay in music, not the streets. Now with over seven years of writing, recording and touring under their belts, it’s clear they’ve chosen the right path.

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