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New Music | He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister

Tales that I Tell Los Angeles’ He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister is no ordinary folk band.  They have such a great eclectic sound, that ranges from psychedelic to jazz to country to swing.  Evidenced in track Tales that I tell, He’s My Brother She’s my Sister is one great sounding band.  They are currently touring with Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros and for good reason.  They’ve got a similar feel, and they seriously are putting out some fantastic music. Their recently released EP, He’s My Brother She’s My Sister EP, is 7 songs that are all totally solid.…

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Profile | One Hello World

Through Everything, I’m There I’m always stumbling about on the internet so a lot of things come across my eyes and ears.  When I’m blown away at the content I see, I make a note of it, usually to share with others.  Enter One Hello World, a website created by a musician living in Wichita, KS. OHW has a phone number that you can call and leave a voicemail and a soundtrack to your thoughts is written and produced and put on the website. He asks, to call (316) 247-0421 and tell your thoughts and he’ll write the soundtrack. One in…

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New Music | Bad Books

You Wouldn’t Have to Ask Bad Books is a side project featuring Kevin Devine and Andy Hull (of Manchester Orchestra.)  Without any real concept or reasoning other than to write music together while away from MO, the two realized an entire album together.  The self-titled debut was released October 19th, 2010 via Favorite Gentlemen Recordings, the record label that was founded and has been run by Manchester Orchestra since 2007. What comes out is 35 minutes of really good music.  Although you can hear the differences (or what seems to be differences) between songs written by Devine and Hull respectively,…

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New Music | Cold War Kids – Royal Blue

Royal Blue Cold War Kids are releasing a new album January 25, 2011 called Mine Is Yours.  The lead single off that upcoming album is Royal Blue.  I really dig the bass line, and am still really enjoying Cold War Kids loose style, they seem to sound over the hump here, the sound is fun, and still incorporates their signature howling vocals. Can’t wait to hear more from this album.

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Video Session | Hey Marseilles

Check out the Doe Bay Sessions from Hey Marseilles; the footage is beautiful and the music even more so.  Their music is fun, totally beautiful, and they sound so fantastic. I couldn’t more highly recommend Hey Marseilles.  Buy To Travels and Trunks now. More about Hey Marseilles Website | Facebook | Twitter | Myspace

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Mixtape | Track Ones

Track Ones is a mixtape I’ve created compiling a list of my favorite opening tracks on albums.  I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Tracklisting: Band of Skulls – Light of the Morning Okkervil River – Our Life is Not A Movie Or Maybe Manchester Orchestra – The Only One Ted Leo & the Pharmacists – The Mighty Sparrow Mumford & Sons – Sigh No More Langhorne Slim – Back to the Wild The Long Winters – Pushover J Roddy Walston & the Business – Don’t Break the Needle Frightened Rabbit – The Modern Leper Edward Sharpe…

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New Music | Philadelphia Grand Jury

Good News Check out the totally fun, Philadelphia Grand Jury, a punk/soul trio that play some of the most fun, and energetic songs I’ve heard.  They’ve got a free EP available on their website; its sure to invigorate your day with power poppy songs that remind me of the Hives. Fresh of a tour in the UK, the Philly Jays (as they are nicknamed) are headed back  to the states for CMJ, check here for the times / dates they will appear. More Philadelphia Grand Jury Website | Myspace | Facebook | Twitter

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