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Dry the River, “New Ceremony”

Apr 16, 2012 11:30 AM by Will Durkin
Dry the River, “New Ceremony”

Dry the River frontman Peter Liddle describes his band’s sound as “folky gospel music played by a post-punk band.” That may sound like a pretty wide range of influneces for a band, but when you hear song’s like “New Ceremony,” off of their debut LP Shallow Bed you can see where Liddle is coming from.

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Chrome Cranks, “Rubber Rat”

Apr 13, 2012 12:33 PM by Will Durkin
Chrome Cranks, “Rubber Rat”

Quintessential New York City rockers Chrome Cranks have reunited their 1990s lineup and are out with a brand a new album of take no prisoners rock n’ roll.

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Good Old War, “Calling Me Names”

Apr 11, 2012 12:38 PM by Will Durkin
Good Old War, “Calling Me Names”

Easy-going acoustic melodies and rich vocal harmonies makes Good Old War easily likeable. “Calling Me Names,” a single from their newest album Come Back as Rain, pulls the classic Motown trick of dressing up sad lyrics in the sweetest melody to create a dynamic listen that’s as enjoyable as it is poignant.

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A. Wolf & Her Claws, “Zero to 60”

Apr 10, 2012 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
A. Wolf & Her Claws, “Zero to 60”

With a head nodding beat and a smorgasbord of electronic effects blasting off in all directions, “Zero to 60” is a complex, dancy synth-pop tune from A. Wolf & Her Claws.

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Steve Barton, “Please”

Apr 10, 2012 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Steve Barton, “Please”

Projector is the new album from 1970’s and 80’s psychedelic rock band Translator frontman Steve Barton. As the first album composed and executed all on his own, Projector is a first for Barton. Single “Please” sees him flexing his creativity with a wholly original sounding, but eminently catchy rock tune.

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Dukes of DaVille, “Cancun (Spring Fever)”

Apr 9, 2012 12:34 PM by Will Durkin
Dukes of DaVille, “Cancun (Spring Fever)”

It’s tough to pinpoint what genre the Dukes of DaVille’s fall into. Their sound is endlessly creative, following whatever inspirational impulse the duo feels. “Cancun (Spring Fever)” is a funky soul track, whose sunny upbeat melody makes it a perfect track for a summer day.

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Nick Redmond, “Crickets”

Apr 9, 2012 6:00 AM by Michael Verity
Nick Redmond, “Crickets”

When we listen to Nick Redmond‘s “Crickets,” we summon up thoughts of 1971, all sunlit rooms and calico cats and straight-haired girls and tapestries, pensively reading Rod McKuen and drifting into flights of fancy about men in shining armor.

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Rosie and Me, “I Couldn’t Reach You”

Apr 9, 2012 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Rosie and Me, “I Couldn’t Reach You”

Rosie and Me are not your average country band. Hailing from Curitiba, in Southern Brazil, the group plays music that would sound at home in any Nashville bar.

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Singer Rosanne Machado’s voice is lovely and light. She sounds natural singing English with a hint of country twang. The rest of the five-piece band is just as able, playing easily likable country melodies.

Rosie and Me have just released their first full length album, titled Arrow of My Ways. Written and produced entirely by the talented Ms. Machado, it’s an irresistible mix of heart-filled lyrics with catchy alt-country tunes.

R. Mutt, “The Tale of Bobby A”

Apr 6, 2012 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
R. Mutt, “The Tale of Bobby A”

If you’re a fan of alt-country acts like Wilco, the Bottle Rockets and Two Cow Garage, you’ll want to dig into the country kibble of R. Mutt.

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Civil Twilight, “Doorway”

Apr 6, 2012 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Civil Twilight, “Doorway”

Hailing from South Africa, Civil Twilight blend big, atmospheric sounds and abstract storytelling in a way that transports you away from your immediate environment to a faraway place.

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