Oh, I really like this new direction Wake Owl has taken. It all starts with that smooth electric guitar and the sweeping percussion.
Last time I checked in with Vancouver-based singer/songwriter, Colyn Cameron, he was making gorgeous and sweet tunes. In his newest track, “Candy,” we hear more experimentation from the musician; I’m really digging the sultry sound. It’s restrained, and completely autonomous from the previous folky sound.
Stream the single below and be sure to keep an eye out early next spring for their upcoming debut album, The Private World of Paradise.
With recent news hearing that Young Buffaloare currently in the process of recording a long-overdue LP – I knew I had to do some revisiting.
Their 2012 five-track EP is a fabulous concoction of driving guitars, power-pop rhythms, and catchy songs that just urge you to sing along. Stream it for yourself below and be sure to keep these gentleman on your radar – I cannot wait for a full release.
Simply stop what you’re doing right now. Khari Mateen’s latest EP, Qualia: Fall, is a must listen for your Wednesday. Coming in at under 15 minutes, Mateen’s 6 track EP ranges instrumentally, by vibe, by genre, you name it. I just don’t want it to end.
I fell in love with New Zealand’s Streets of Laredo the instant I heard their particular perfect-for-Fall-sound. With a strong leading frontman backed with fabulous grouped harmonies, foot-stomping melodies, and plenty of guitar-twang – there’s nothing my ears want more at this moment.
I can’t pick a favorite either. I adore the long-droning chords in opening track, “Everything to Everyone,” yet the bursting energy from “Lonsdale Line,” keeps a hold of me. Luckily for us, the now-Brooklyn based group will be dropping Vol II this Friday along with a release show at the iconic Mercury Lounge. Stream Vol Ibelow and be sure to grab your free copy here.
I can’t quite put my finger on it, but there’s something that truly draws my ears to Dovetail’s debut album, Mount Karma. With such a classic 60′s/70′s rock and roll style, brothers Philip and Daniel Creamer create an equally soaring and anthemic sound.
Joined by the rest of the band, the 14 track album is just as much dynamic as it is diverse. A fabulous listen from start to finish, listen in its entirety below and be sure to grab your copy here.
I need a track like this for my Thursday morning. Need to kick it into high gear. A long, weekend looming ahead and it’s that “I’ve got to get my shit together” response that my body is doing at the moment.
Check into Go Van Go’snewest single, “Superminx,” and let those guitars just take over.
First, I need to just say wow. I haven’t checked back into the Andrew Belle world in quite awhile and to hear that extended low end underneath the mix is something I wasn’t expecting.
I can’t exactly put my finger on it, but he’s certainly walking into a new direction and “Pieces” is a wonderful introduction into Belle’s new sonic landscape. I love the added production with the synths and subtle gazey-tones.
Watch Andrew and his band perform the track live at Destiny Studiosdown in Nashville, and be sure to grab your own copy of his newest album, Black Bear.
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Naturally self-described as “slow heartache ghost folk,” Psalmships’latest album, Songs For a Red Bird, is just that. Each track churns and churns, minimal instrumentation yet each word lays heavy on your ears.
Due out November 5th, this mini-album incorporates many different elements and even players in his ever changing lineup. Dive a little deeper here, and give Joshua Britton a follow on Twitter – he comes out with daily gems.