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#HotTakes | Week of 09.28.20

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Love that Boy // Plants and Animals Clove Cigarette // Andy Shauf Wishing // Deep Sea Diver Stardust (Reprise) // Luka Kuplowsky Leave Virginia Alone // Tom Petty Soapbox // Brent Cobb The Pink Phantom // Gorillaz (ft. Elton John & 6LACK) Jeanie // Jim-E Stack (ft. Bon Iver) dragon eyes // adrianne lenker No Time To Die // Billie Eilish Hypothermic // Goodnight, Texas Which Side Are You On? // S.G. Goodman Hourglass // Mipso What I Do // Chris Smither

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Best Records of 2012 | 45 – 41

45. David Ramirez – Apologies – Singer / Songwriter David Ramirez wrote the wonderfully introspective folk album that is at times extremely downtrodden and sad, it’s a personal, wear your heart-on-your-sleeves kind of record, that’s posed in a songwriter / storyteller fashion. With his rough voice, and country-tinged music, this may be the most telling and open album of the year, and that is a great thing. Listen: David Ramirez – Paper Thin | Buy: Apologies 44. Reptar – Body Faucet – This may be the most dance-worthy album of the year, every song is laden with perfect beats that will get…


New Music | Plants and Animals – Song For Love

Check out the second cut from Plants and Animals’ forthcoming album, The End of That, which is due out at the end of the month on Secret City Records. It’s definitely a track that displays the bands versatility, and its vibrance. The song, “Song for love,” has a cool, west coast breezy feel, that relents to a much more grungy feel towards the refrain.

The guys are legit live and well worth seeing. Check out their huge tour for the album:

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New Music | Plants & Animals – Lightshow

Plants & Animals – Lightshow Plants and Animals’ new album, The End of That, hits next year in February, but we’re lucky to get to hear a new track off the Montreal trio’s album.  Lead single, “Lightshow,” deploys a more acoustic sound similar to that of their first album, but its where the acoustic meets electric is where “Lightshow” stands out.  Its slightly melancholic, and becomes bombastic as it crescendos into a solo and into gang harmonies that sound really great.  Seeing these guys live really opened my eyes to their music, and this sound will definitely translate in that…

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