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#HotTakes | Week of 04.01.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Punk Mom // Lindenfield Doubt // Radical Face The Great Deceiver // Saltwater Sun I Can’t Remember How To Talk To You // Someone Hungry Child // Hot Chip Upcoming Boston Area Show: Monday, September 9th @ Royal Like A Child Does // Diane Coffee Slow Dances // Winnetka Bowling League The Bottom of It // Fruit Bats Special Announcement // The Felice Brothers Honeybee // The Head and the Heart Tightly // Pocket Sun

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Mixtape | November 2018

We’re 11 months down in 2018, and yet another mixtape here to soothe your need for the month of December. I’m stoked on this months mixtape, lots of good stuff from all over the sonic landscape. Take a listen, follow the playlist, and share it with your friends.

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#HotTakes | Week of 11.05.2018

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Wiggle // Huntly Slow Sipper // The Dip Getting in a Van Again // Fruit Bats Night & Day // Vök Isolation (John Lennon) // Ty Segall Everlastingly Yours // Piroshka Golden Embers // Mandolin Orange Gold // Sister Sparrow The Revolution/The Establishment // Shad If Experience was Money // Stone Mecca

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New Music | Fruit Bats – Tangie and Ray

Fruit Bats – Tangie And Ray Ten years into a musical career spanning 4 albums, Eric D. Johnson the man behind Fruit Bats, will release his 5th album Tripper.  The album, named after a chance encounter on a train with a cantankerous vagabond, is a fictional work about Johnson and the “Tripper’s” roadtrip across America.  The first released cut from the album is Tangie and Ray, a travelogue about two people riding in the back of a truck and their travels leaving home and going back to the wild.  Its Johnson’s style all over it, a warm 60’s/70’s classic folk…

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Vetiver and Fruit Bats Play Together

Vetiver & Fruit Bats from Yours Truly on Vimeo. Bobby Charles “I Must Be In A Good Place Now” – This song is absolutely gorgeous, really just a beautiful song, and wonderfully played.

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