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Song of the Week | Fiona Silver – Here Comes The Fall

The WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” is back and the spotlight is sharply focused on the stunning new single, “Here Comes The Fall,” from New York City musician Fiona Silver. It’s her newest single which follows on the heels of her stellar 2017 debut album, Little Thunder, released on June 23rd. Silver has been crafting her style for a number of years and making her mark on the New York music scene with her ability to blend bluesy sounds with a rock n’ roll finesse and pop sensibilities. She’s also an accomplished ukulele player as can be heard in her single, “Tonight,”…

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Song of the Week | Langhorne Slim – Life Is Confusing

Photo Credit: Harvey Robinson The WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is focused this time on the beautiful new single from Langhorne Slim titled, “Life Is Confusing”. The musician was born Sean Scolnick and took his stage name from his hometown in Pennsylvania. He’s been crafting his distinct style of Americana for almost two decades, combining elements of folk with country, chamber-pop and punk, to create a sound that is truly original and defies any of our attempts at musical categorization, which makes Langhorne an artistic force to be reckoned with. “Life Is Confusing” is off the now Nashville-based…

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Song of the Week | Lydia Loveless – Boy Crazy

This week’s WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight shines on the fantastic track, “Boy Crazy,” from Columbus, Ohio musician Lydia Loveless. It’s the latest single from the brand new album, Boy Crazy and Single(s), released October 13th via Bloodshot Records. The new album is a collection of singles, rarities, and covers from throughout the artist’s career and includes all the tracks on her out of print 5-song EP, Boy Crazy, which was a limited edition DC-EP released back in 2014. Loveless is a talented singer-songwriter whose career began back in 2004 when her family formed a new wave pop band…

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Song of the Week | Mammút – The Moon Will Never Turn On Me

The latest edition of the WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is focused on Reykjavik today as this year’s Iceland Airwaves gets underway and all of the country’s musical talent is on full display for five glorious days. Today’s selection is the amazing song, “The Moon Will Never Turn On Me,” from Reykjavik’s Mammút. It is off their brilliant new album, Kinder Versions, released this summer on Bella Union. The five-piece formed as Mammút in 2004 and quickly gained an audience in their home country after winning Músiktilraunir, which is the Icelandic battle of the bands, that very…

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Song of the Week | Vundabar – Acetone

Photo credit: Tim Oxton The latest WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is focused smack-dab on Boston, Massachusetts and shines down on the tremendously catchy new single, “Acetone,” from local lads Vundabar. It’s the band’s first single from their upcoming album, Smell Smoke, which is due out February 23rd, 2018. Vundabar have long been Boston’s best kept secret band, amassing a huge following in the area thanks to plenty of appearances in local venues and for a killer live show. They’ve been nominated numerous times in various categories for the Boston Music Awards, including 2017’s nominations for…

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Song of the Week | Mavis Staples – Little Bit

The latest WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is focused on the stunning new single, “Little Bit,” from legendary soul singer Mavis Staples. The track is from her upcoming album, If All I Was Was Black, out November 17th via Anti-Records and can be pre-ordered on her website. The ten songs on the new record represent the state of the world in which we find ourselves today. With neo-Nazis waving swastika flags in our streets and race-baiting running rampart throughout the country, Staples uses her powerful voice to once again call attention to the issues at hand. She reminds us that the injustices…

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Song of the Week | Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings – Matter of Time

The latest edition in the WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight comes to you from the late, great Sharon Jones and her wonderful band The Dap Kings. The first single, “Matter of Time,” is off the band’s final album, Soul of a Woman, which will be released November 17th on Daptone Records. Soul of a Woman was recorded in Brooklyn at the label’s own studio Daptone’s House Of Soul while Sharon was receiving cancer treatment. She never let her illness keep her down and would give each session everything she had, which can be clearly felt and…

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Song of the Week | Peach Pit – Drop The Guillotine

Photo credit: Kelli Lane The latest edition in the WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight comes to you from brilliant new Vancouver band Peach Pit. The Canadian quartet formed in 2016 and just released their debut full-length album, Being So Normal, on September 15th via Kingfisher Bluez. Peach Pit are high school friends Neil Smith (guitars, vocals) and Chris Vanderkooy (guitars) who joined rock n’ roll forces with Peter Wilton (bass) and Mikey Pascuzzi (drums) to create their infectious brand of shimmery indie-rock (or as the band calls it “chewed bubblegum pop”) built on dance vibes, 1960’s-style melodies, and jangly guitars. …

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Song of the Week | RALEIGH – Smoke In Our Eyes

The latest edition of the WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight comes to you from Calgary quartet RALEIGH. The wonderful new single, “Smoke In Our Eyes,” is from the band’s upcoming album, Powerhouse Bloom, which will be released Friday, September 29 via Indie 88. RALEIGH took life in 2010 as a collaboration between songwriters Brock Geiger and Clea Anaïs and blossomed into a full band with the addition of Matt Doherty (drums) and Will Maclellan (bass). They released their debut album independently in 2011 titled, New Times in Black and White, and quickly found an audience thanks to imaginative lyrics and unabashed pop hooks. With…

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