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#HotTakes | Week of 03.07.22

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. High Heels // Paul Cauthen Kaleidoscope // Carli Brill Goodbye Mr. Blue // Father John Misty I Can’t Lie // Avi Kaplan Know Your Demons // Tré Burt Wild Child // The Black Keys Creek Boy // PROF Little Lies // The Dead Tongues Coalinga // Band of Horses That Man of Mine // Joyce Street New Person, Old Place (New Feelings Version) // Madi Diaz (ft. Courtney Marie Andrews) West Virginia // The Builders and the Butchers With the Lights Down // Ocie Elliott It Gets…

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#HotTakes | Week of 11.29.21

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Rainy Days in June // Barbara BLUE ROSES // firekid Too Late Now // Wet Leg Grown // Abbie Ozard Fake As A Dream // Rainbow Girls JUPITER’S DANCE // Hurray for the Riff Raff No Tomorrows // Simone Felice In Need of Repair // Band of Horses intertwined // Arny Margret Georgette // David Wax Museum

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#HotTakes | Week of 10.11.21

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Chills // Banji Never Know // Sam Evian Virginia Beach // Hamilton Leithauser & Kevin Morby Breathing // Spencer LaJoye Crutch // Band of Horses Rips Me Up // Fruit Bats Modern Woman // Erin Rae Reno // Eades Baby Don’t Cry // Sunflower Bean RESCUE // firekid Killing Time // Pokey LaFarge Black Hole Song (I Miss You) // Mackin Carroll GET LOST // The Collection Cause of a Scene // Jake Wesley Rogers Help Me Remember // Hayes Carll Beautiful Life // Michael Kiwanuka What…

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New Music | Band of Horses – Casual Party

Super excited for the brand new album, Why Are You OK, from South Carolina’s Band of Horses and here we have the lyric video for the first single, “Casual Party,” to help get you ready to take the stage at your next karaoke throw-down. This will be the band’s fifth studio album and the first for Interscope Records, having recently signed with the label, which will release Why Are You Ok this coming June. Produced by Jason Lytle of Grandaddy, and recorded in both sunny California and snowy upstate New York, the new LP was created meticulously during the past…

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Review | Band of Horses – Mirage Rock

Listen >> Band of Horses – Knock Knock [T]wo years after their breakout album Infinite Arms, South Carolina (by way of Seattle) boys Band of Horses let loose the highly anticipated Mirage Rock, their second with Columbia Records. This is also the second time around with the current lineup and the new album benefits from the kinship that comes with a steady, comfortable band. The first single “Knock Knock” is also the first track on Mirage Rock and lets the listener know that they are in for a slightly more rocking version of Band of Horses than they might be…

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Video | Band of Horses – Knock Knock

[youtube][/youtube] [B]and of Horses have officially unveiled their new album, Mirage Rock and is set for release 9/18. But most importantly, you’ve got to check out “Knock Knock,” the first single from Band of Horse’s new album.

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New Music | Ryan Monroe – Turning Over Leaves

Give a listen to multi-instrumentalist Ryan Monroe (of Band of Horses) and the first listen of his single “Turning over Leaves,” an interesting pop-oriented soul influenced track off his upcoming album A Painting of a Painting on Fire. This is definitely not what I was thinking I’d hear from a BoH alum, but I’m really digging the smoothness and delivery of this track. It’s really damn catchy. Look for A Painting of a Painting on Fire 6/12.

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