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HotTakes | Week of 02.06.23

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Two Heads, Grey Mare // Cinder Well Oak Hill // TOLEDO Forget me Knots // Kendall Lujan Surprise // Thunderstorm Artis Goodbye Texas // Harriette Hot (Don’t Date A Musician) // Dream Wife Yesterday’s News // Robert Ellis More Than Fine // Savannah Conley Tears Run Dry // Abraham Alexander Things Are Gonna Change – feat. Lealani // Kid Koala Chet Baker // Esther Rose Over It // Matthew Logan Vasquez Even On The Worst Days // Mandi Mapes Halloween Store // Andy Shauf

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Review | Luke Winslow-King – The Coming Tide

[I]nspired by the sounds of the city of New Orleans, a Michigan-born musician by the name of Luke Winslow-King recently released a record that elegantly meshes together Blues, Jazz, Rag-time, Folk, and Rock & Roll into an amazing package of songs that are perfect for lounging on a quiet sunny afternoon, or driving down the road with no particular destination. The Coming Tide, brings that out in the listener, it’s really easy to pick up, it’s light on the ears, and each song has a bit of a different character, which might come as an influence from King’s adopted city…

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Video | Luke Winslow-King – Moving On (Towards Better Days)

[youtube][/youtube] If you’ve got your ear to the ground you’re probably noticing quite a revival of past era music, as with all history, its cyclical and this is no different in music today, especially outside of the bubble of popular mainstream music.  Enter Luke Winslow-King a student of the varying types of blues.  He studied composition at University of New Orleans and is making some waves down in Nola as a skilled songwriter and entertainer even playing world famous Preservation Hall. Taking his influences from the city around him, and old time pre-war blues and jazz seem to really be…

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