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Song of the Week | The Golden Age of TV – Television

Photo credit: Solay Elibol Photography This week’s WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is once again focused on the city in West Yorkshire, England. It is the second time we are highlighting Leeds band The Golden Age of TV and this time it is for their new single, “Televison.” The quintet officially formed in the summer of 2016 and only have a few singles to their name. Despite their short period of existence, they already have the music world taking notice. The Golden Age of TV are Bea Fletcher (vocals), Andrew Edwards (bass/vocals), Sam Carty (vocals/guitar/keys),…

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Song of the Week | Meg Myers – Numb

Photo Credit: Brantley Gutierrez The new WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” is sharply focused on the incredible new single, “Numb,” from the Tennessee-born, Los Angles-based musician Meg Myers. It’s the lead single from her forthcoming album, Take Me To The Disco, out 7/20 on 300 Entertainment. Myers has been honing her unique style since she left home in 2009 to pursue a music career in California. In 2013 she released, Daughter in the Choir, the first of three critically acclaimed releases that would bring her waves of attention. The following year her second EP, Make a Shadow…

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Song of the Week | Family And Friends – Peaches

Photo credit: Chelsea Kornse  The latest edition in the WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight focuses on the amazing single, ”Peaches,” from Athens, Georgia’s Family And Friends. The band broke into the music scene in 2014 with their excellent EP, Love You Mean It, and are getting ready to release their highly anticipated debut full-length album, Felix Culpa, which will be out June 8th, 2018. Family And Friends have spent the past few years cultivating a fan base below the Mason-Dixon line with their energetic live shows, shaping their sound and honing their stage presence in venues…

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Song of the Week | Momma – Work

The latest WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight shines directly on the stellar new single, “Work,” from talented Los Angeles songwriters Etta Friedman and Allegra Weingarten, who create their unique brand of lo-fi bedroom pop as Momma. The track is off the upcoming debut full-length album, Interloper, out May 25 via Danger Collective. In the summer of 2016 they recorded six songs which would become the duo’s debut EP, Thanks Come Again, which quickly gathered a whole lot of attention from the LA music scene. They would go on a run of shows throughout the rest of the year, adding more fans…

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Song of the Week | Tommy Down – Superficial

The WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is sharply focused on the fantastic new single, “Superficial,” from Bristol-based musician Tommy Down. Known in the UK for being the frontman for his band Harker Moon, which formed in 2015, the talented artist is beginning to focus on his solo material a bit more these days as he looks to the future. The super funky “Superficial” was produced by Rhys Lewis, an equally talented London musician who recently signed with Decca Records, who helped craft the slick bass groove that spins around the song like a disco ball from the seventies.…

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Song of the Week | Soleima – Pacify Me

Photo Credit: Dennis Morton The WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight shines on Denmark for the second time and is focused once again on the brilliant musician Sarah Mariegaard, aka Soliema. Her fantastic new EP, Bulldog, was released on April 6th via Big Beat Records and I have selected the first track, “Pacify Me,” as the latest song for you all to turn up loud, grab your friends, and get your dance on! If you are not yet familiar with one of my favorite artists from her first “Song of the Week” honors for the track, “Low…

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Song of the Week | Floco Torres – Hold Up

The new WMFO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight shines brightly on the incredible new single from Floco Torres titled, “Hold Up,” which will be on his new full-length album due out later this year. This is the second time we have focused on the Akron-based musician for good reason. Torres is a hard-working, hard-hitting musician who recently relocated to Akron, Ohio where he works for the local arts and culture magazine, The Devil Strip, while continuing to cement his place in hip-hop history. The single, “Hold Up,” is a lyrically masterful ass-whoopin’ on the two-faced people in the industry who offer…

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Song of the Week | Aubrey Haddard – I Should Know Better

The new WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is focused on the impressive debut single, “I Should Know Better,” from local singer-songwriter Aubrey Haddard. The Boston-based musician is putting the finishing touches on her upcoming debut, full-length album, Blue Part, slated to be released this summer 2018. You may be saying to yourself “Hey I recognize her” and if you spend your time frequenting area venues like Atwood’s Tavern, Lizard Lounge, & Thunder Road (and you should be!) you most certainly do. On any given night she is either fronting Boston’s 8-piece soul/funk band The New…

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Song of the Week | Greyhounds – Credo

This week’s WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is on the excellent new single, “Credo,” from Greyhounds. The track is the second to be released from the Austin, TX band’s upcoming album, Cheyenne Valley Drive, out April 13, 2018 via Bud’s Recording Services. Greyhounds are a duo consisting of keyboardist/vocalist Anthony Farrell and guitarist/vocalist Andrew Trube. They have been crafting their unique brand of southern-fried sound since 1999 and have released six albums with enough funky blues and sizzling soul to make even the coldest New England day feel like a warm Texas breeze. Both were touring members of…

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