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#HotTakes | Week of 07.06.2020

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. When Somebody Can See Your Soul // Two Bird Stone Soundly Music ยท When Somebody Can See Your Soul Muddy Water // Skyway Man montgomery forever // The Front Bottoms Up All Night // Baker Grace Christmas In July // Alex the Astronaut She’s Walking Out // Faded Paper Figures No Room // Nana Adjoa High School (Don’t Like Them) // Naked Giants Feel You // My Morning Jacket Everything Affects Me Now // Love Fame Tragedy Hey Child // Margo Price Sunshine // The Brummies All…

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Mixtape | February 2017

February is always a fantastic month for new music. With SXSW right around the corner, it’s a huge driver for new music and this year was another great one. Now that February is over and we are two months down into this year, it’s time once again to get our monthly mixtape into your hands. We’re psyched to hear new songs from Blondie (yes that Blondie), Andrew Combs, Matt Vazquez, the Shins, Foxygen, Father John Misty and tons more. I’ve had a ton of fun putting this together, and hope you enjoy.

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New Music | Chuck Prophet – Wish Me Luck

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4f0MVFji9g[/youtube] [C]huck Prophet’s background is vast, and lengthy, and he’s recently announced a 13th studio album to add to his own lore. His most recent release, Temple Beautiful, was a critical success, and it seems as though he’s looking to build off of that. Upcoming record, Night Surfer, and first single, “Wish Me Luck,” a sort of tongue-in-cheek jangly rock-affair that’s a bit Petty and a bit Velvet Underground, or a million other influences that are so hard to decipher in his music, all I know is that I never want to end. Check out “Wish Me Luck,” and look…

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New Music | Chuck Prophet – Castro Halloween

[I] want to describe this album for the initiated as one that wears it’s influences on it’s sleeves, but Chuck has been doing this so long I don’t want to suggest that he doesn’t have a “sound.” It’s just tough to describe because it sounds so familiar. It’s so tightly wound into the lexicon of rock & roll, & his musical vocabulary is so extensive, & his original contributions are of such quality that it’s easy to just assume that the Kinks or the Ramones or Tom Petty, or SOMEONE must’ve done that before, when in fact it may very…

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