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Beach House – I Do Not Care For The Winter Sun

I Do Not Care For the Winter Sun Baltimore dream pop duo, Beach House, recently released a holiday single entitled ‘I Do Not Care For The Winter Sun.’  As their M.O. has shown, its a slow burning, sleepy, fireside dream of a work, just as beautiful as you’d expect from them. A perfect way to enjoy a cold holiday evening.

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Bridge Underwater – Send Me All Your Love

Send Me All Your Love Philly indie-rockers  and pop songsmiths Bridge Underwater recently contacted me with a link to their EP Send Me All Your Love.  The EP a short 3 songs long just isn’t enough.  The three tracks available for a dollar on their bandcamp.  These songs are a blast to listen to. The title track, Send Me All Your Love, is a sweet indie pop track that will absolutely have you bobbing your head, tapping your toes, and clicking repeat.  I’m falling in love with this track and honestly haven’t turned it off. Tumblr: http://bridgeunderwater.tumblr.com/ Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/bridgeunderwater Bandcamp: http://bridgeunderwater.bandcamp.com/ Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/bridgeunderwater

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Pains of Being Pure at Heart – The One

The One A B-Side on “Heart In Your Heartbreak,” released December 14th on Slumberland, this single features indie-poppers’ the Pains of Being Pure At Hearts signature sparkling, jingly pop.  It’s a quick 4 minute track that reminds me very much of the Cure. Buy the single on itunes.

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Turbo Fruits – Keepin’ On

Keepin’ On Nashville’s Turbo Fruits play fresh lo-fi rock and roll thats loose and riff heavy.  Their brand of garage rock has some blues and punk roots.  They’ve just recently released their single, ‘Keepin’ On’ under Turbo Time Records, a venture  begun by vocalist, Jonas Stein. Upcoming US Tour Dates 12/17 – Red 7 – Austin, TX* 12/18 – Rubbergloves – Denton, TX* 12/19 – Buccaneer – Memphis, TN* 2/25-28/11 – Bruise Cruise Miami FL** *with PUJOL **w/ Ty Segall, Surfer Blood, Black Lips, Vivian Girls, Thee Oh Sees & More Web | Myspace

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T-Model Ford – Comin’ Back Home

Comin’ Back Home 90 year old blues legend T-Model Ford will be releasing a new LP entitled Taledragger January 11th on Alive Records.  The single “Comin’ Back Home,” is as gritty and bluesy as it comes.  A delta blues track that beckons a few listens, sounds like it could have been lifted straight from Green Onions.  This track oozes cool and will have you in hypnotic state after a few listens. Recorded during a US tour this year, the new studio album will be available through Alive Records on color vinyl (limited to 900 copies), 180 gram vinyl (limited to 100…

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J Mascis – Not Enough

Not Enough “Not Enough” is the first single from J Mascis’s forthcoming album ‘Several Shades Of Why.’ Best known as the songwriter for Dinosaur Jr., Mascis is releasing this acoustic collection on Subpop and will be available March 15.  Mascis’ trademark raspy, dry voice is all over this, and brings the 90’s nostalgia back to me.  I eagerly await the entire album.

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Dent May does Christmas

Holiday Face Dent May does it again with his Christmas track, “Holiday Face.”  Its got a similar feel to his other tracks, a smooth electronic feeling christmas track, that you’ll be humming along to. More Dent May

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AB & the Sea – Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)

Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) Check out the boys from San Francisco covering the Phil Spector written “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).”  This is particularly becoming one of my favorite Christmas covers this year. AB & the Sea released a great little EP a few months ago, I gave them a big write up here. Connect with them: Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Youtube

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Bad Books – Baby Shoes (live at CMJ)

Bad Books, the Andy Hull & Kevin Devine project were recorded playing their fantastic song ‘Baby Shoes’ at CMJ earlier this fall.  Their self-titled album was released in October and it is just fantastic.  They’ve been offering it up for $5 for a while now, and is well worth twice that. Buy Bad Books

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