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Long Beard
Sleepwalker

Long Beard, the alias of Leslie Beard from New Jersey, took four years to create Sleepwalker, a mix of woozy vocals and blissful guitar which brings the sound into the realm of bands like Lush; it’s almost eerily beautiful, unsettling and enthralling all at the same time. One to listen to ...view item »

Shana Falana
Set Your Lightning Fire Free

Having worked through an internship-like period of low-profile, lo-fi cassette and bandcamp releases, Shana Falana is finally ready to follow up her 2011 EP with a full length, on the Team Love label. On Set Your Lightning Fire Free, big sweeping dream-guitars and waves of vocals make for a grand artistic statement....view item »

Bentcousin
Dizzy

Brighton duo Bentcousin are made up of twins Patrick and Amelia. Dizzy, their new single, serves to triumphantly praise their hometown and is imbued with the vibrancy found on the south coast. The b-side features guitarist Keith Levene, formerly of The Clash and Pil, no...view item »

Simone Felice
Strangers

Firstly I want to talk about the inner bag. Its beautiful. Basically a brown paper bag like the sort you used to get sweets in, or some item or other from the stationers. The music? Not so good. There has been a lot of discussion in the office of late about the certain genres we don’t cover too much….and this kind of Bob Har...view item »

Conor Oberst and the Mystic Family Band
One Of My Kind

This is a terrific souvenir of the genesis of what became the Mystic Valley Band. In 2008 Conor Oberst went to Mexico and eventually he and Taylor Hollingsworth (guitar), Macey Taylor (bass), Jason Boesel (drums), Nik Freitas (guitar), and Nate Walcott (organ) recorded the album that was released simply as CONOR OBERST in 2008. (The band later r...view item »

Taylor Hollingsworth
Life With A Slow Ear

Taylor is a great musician, some may have a distaste for his voice. However, let me say that if you like Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band (especially songs like "Air Mattress" and "Snake Hill") than you will enjoy this. His voice, albeit unique, works great with h...view item »

The Felice Brothers
Yonder is the Clock

The Felice Brothers fall into a category of Americana that I think of as "Heartland Gothic." That is, they use traditional Appalachian folk forms and mix them up with bits of New Orleans and dark concepts to create a sound that owes as much to Tom Waits and other musical explorers as it does to traditional American music. It helps that they seem...view item »

Shudder To Think
Live From Home

This is what so many of us Shudder to Think fans waited for. Awesome gathering of songs from their entire collection. Sound quality is superb for a live album...and Craig's vocals are on point as always. My only small complaint is that a couple of the PXR songs sound a slight bit rushed. It may just sound that way to me...or it could be the diff...view item »

Tilly & The Wall
O

Tilly & The Wall have a new album out called 'O'. It's a really melodic collection, more guitar-y than previous outings. The tap dancing still clatters along under jaunty guitar, lovely sassy vocal harmonies, quirky pop shapes laced with fuzzy toytown organ, early 80's anthemic new wave, sea shanty folk...It's a great album, chock full of catch...view item »