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#HotTakes | Week of 03.22.21

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Shining Star // Chloe Foy Blossom // Eliza Shaddad Good To See Ya // Riley Downing Present in the Moment // Eades Erasure // Hooveriii Fine Line // Oliver Wood An Ordinary Life // Wasuremono Everyone’s The Same // ISLAND Love Me Hardly // The Pink Stones Make Peace // Matt Sucich Good Old Days (Choral A Capella Version) // JR JR Normal // David Ramirez Here’s to Another // Anna of the North I Don’t Think About It // Jackson Scribner

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#HotTakes | Week of 03.15.21

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. I Can’t Dance // Zach Schmidt Whatever Keeps You Going // Donovan Woods (ft. J.P. Robarts P.S. Music Project) I Got The Beat // Pauli The PSM Transatlantic // Aoife O’Donovan (ft. Kris Drever) Stay // Israel Nash Stolen Love // Josiah and the Bonnevilles Dontcha Wanna // Gabriel Kelley How Come My Body // Half Moon Run Crescent Bridge // Joe Pug Nightflyer // Allison Russell Wild Bill // Opus Kink MANY FACES // dad sports Overpass // Ben Cosgrove bencosgrove · Overpass Mine Forever //…

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#HotTakes | Week of 07.13.2020

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Cookie Scene // The Go! Team Care // beabadoobee Small World // Gamblers Home Again // Brooke Annibale Ocean Bed // Darlingside Orange Yellow Orange // Nancy Nancy · Orange Yellow Orange Keep ‘Em on They Toes // Brent Cobb Cinnamon // Camína Heaven // David Ramirez Let’s Work Together // William Shatner and Canned Heat Milk // Psymon Spine (Ft. Barrie) Five More Minutes // The War And Treaty

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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 03.30.2020

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Check // Qveen Herby Alligator Lilly // Matt Lovell Trust // Ane Brun The World Is Ending // Brent Cobb Rocket // Rose Betts Alice Hyatt // Damien Jurado Selfish // SKIA I Wanna Live In Your Bedroom // David Ramirez Capital Crimes // Andrew Bird 3 on E // VULFPECK (feat. Antwaun Stanley) I Forget Myself // Henry Jamison (feat. Darlingside) The Best // Josiah and The Bonnevilles Losing My Grip // American Trappist The Gate by American Trappist Chocolate Samurai // Fantastic Negrito Bluebird //…

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#HotTakes | Week of 03.02.2020

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. The Way I Talk // S.G. Goodman Upcoming Boston Area Show: Sunday, March 29th @ The Sinclair Oriole // Glenn Thomas Do You Think We’ll Last Forever? // Caroline Rose Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, March 26th @ The Sinclair Thriving // Diet Cig Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, March 20th @ The Sinclair Days // CIEL The Steps // Haim Anywayz // Austra La Yarará // Malena Zavala Unchained (Stripped) // Devon Gilfillian Hallelujah, Love is Real! // David Ramirez Butterfly // Avi Jacob Upcoming Boston…

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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…


Premiere | David Ramirez – Paper Thin

[A]ustin Texas’ David Ramirez is an artist I think you are going to hear quite a bit more about.  I’m pleased to premiere his first single from his upcoming record, Apologies (August 28th), the followup to his 2011 EP Strangetown. Apologies, is self-released using funds from a Pledge Music campaign, which was fully funded within a day. The album was produced by Ramirez and Brian Douglas Phillips (who also played banjo, pedal steel and piano on the record), and mixed by Danny Reisch (Spoon, Okkerville River, White Denim). Ramirez will be on tour this fall throughout the west coast as well as playing a string of album release shows in his native Texas.

“Paper Thin,” is a delightfully sweet folk song about a relationship, or possibly a relationship (one night stand?) that never  was fully realized. It’s simple, emotive, first person narrative that sounds extremely intimate.  Ramirez’ vocals are gentle and innocence which creates a really nice atmosphere of optimism in the face of unrequited love.

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