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#HotTakes | Week of 04.05.21

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Marisa // Berry Galazka PISTOLWHIP // spill tab Everything You Got // Ten Tonnes Fruits of My Labor // Waxahatchee This Rush of Beauty and This Sense of Order // Ben Cosgrove bencosgrove · This Rush of Beauty and This Sense of Order Painter // Billy Wylder The 13th Apostle // Sean McConnell and The Wood Brothers In Between // Parker Millsap Morning Light // Hamish Anderson Waiting // James Vincent McMorrow Madelyn // Anderson East Easy To Love // Josiah and the Bonnevilles

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#HotTakes | Week of 03.08.21

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. That Picture Of Me // Wy Be Somebody // James Vincent McMorrow and Rudimental If It Comes in the Morning // Hiss Golden Messenger Chris Dave // Chris Dave, Pino Palladino and Blake Mills Pink Yesterday // Too Many Zooz The Pet Parade // Fruit Bats Wide Awake in a Dream // Ryanhood County Rd 497 // Jackson Scribner Heat Wave // Born Ruffians Rabbit Hole // Holy Ship Mama’s Milk // Sunny War

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#HotTakes | Week of 08.17.20

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Wasted // Tomberlin Take Hold Of Me // Ane Brun Double Denim Hop // Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard Wringer // Lydia Loveless Whiskey Dick // Hayley Thompson-King High & Mighty // Colter Wall I Should Go // James Vincent McMorrow Hurt // Arlo Parks Your God’s Within // Grace Gillespie She’s A Rainbow // Molly Tuttle

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#HotTakes | Week of 05.18.2020

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. All We’ve Got (Is Now) // Chrissy Stewart Thin Line // Aubrey Haddard So We Won’t Forget // Khruangbin Don’t Ask // John Craigie Float Back To You // Holy Hive Trouble // Matt Lovell See What I See // Natalie Schlabs Song For Thrill And Tom // Ane Brun My Love Is A Hurricane // David Ramirez Bare Maximum // The Texas Gentlemen Headlights // James Vincent McMorrow Bummer Days // Liza Anne

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#HotTakes | Week of 05.11.2020

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Your Light, Your Love // Andrew Combs 100% of the proceeds of the sale of Andrew Combs’ new EP will go to benefit the MusicCares Covid Relief Fund… Get on it! This Is The Light (Quarantine EP) by Andrew Combs Peaceful Ambassador // The Dead Tongues Dreams Wash Away // Joe Wong Losing // Little Kid Letting You Go // Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit How Long? // Fantastic Negrito Love One Another // Tay Da Prince (feat. John Legend) Headlights // James Vincent McMorrow Easy…

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Mixtape | July 2018

Another month has gone by and another mixtape is at your fingertips filling your ears with all that goodness you’ve been looking for. This month is not short on jams, and I hope you enjoy this one as much as I do. Let me know what if anything I missed this month.

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#HotTakes | Week of 07.02.2018

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Calgary Round-Up // Colter Wall Harvey // Her’s Me And My Friends // James Vincent McMorrow A Little Bit of Trouble // TEMPESST Girl // The Parrots Till the End of Days // Bermuda Triangle Heatstroke // Glorietta Wandering Man // Riley Moore

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2014 | Courtney’s 5 Favorite Albums of 2014

James Vincent McMorrow, Post Tropical Last winter, James Vincent McMorrow released his sophomore album, a beautiful collection of songs about light and dark, warmth and cold and the stagnancy that sticks in between. Compared to McMorrow’s first album, the sound is quite different. Early in the Morning, released in 2011, relied heavily on acoustic guitars. On Post Tropical we hear drums and synths that open tracks and gorgeous layers of harp and sweeping horn arrangements that carry the choruses through. But perhaps the greatest delight in Post Tropical is that it sounds the same and different with every listen. It’s really all we can…

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Review | James Vincent McMorrow – Post Tropical

[J]anuary is a seemingly odd month to release an album entitled, Post Tropical. But don’t let the title and cover art fool you. James Vincent McMorrow’s sophomore album is a beautiful collection of songs about light and dark, warmth and cold and the stagnancy that sticks in between. Though the days are growing longer, we’re constantly reminded that after days and days and days of frigid cold, the tiniest temperature increase or extra bit of sunshine can seem like a life saver. But when it comes down to it, this is winter. And we have a long way to go.…

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