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New Music | Hands & Knees – Dreamt

Hands & Knees – Dreamt Massachusetts’ art-pop band Hands and Knees will expand their discography in June with a new record, Red Hot Minnow, and they are releasing their first single “Dreamt,” a stark, dream-like stated inventive retro noise/pop track (that’s a lot of descriptors).  The record will be released by Boston blog-turned-label Primordial Sounds and released on a first-edition of 100 cassettes, all coming with a free digital download, for just $5. Once all cassettes are sold, the album will be available for digital purchase via iTunes, bandcamp, and more. There will also be a celebration if you are in…

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Top 50 Albums of 2011 45 thru 41

We all love lists, and we all love sarcasm.  Though, I think its important to reflect upon the last year of music, I’m going to do so through the use of a list.  It was a fantastic year full of awesome albums, and I’m going to count down a bunch of my favorites, and give you something to listen to while reading. 45. Beirut – Riptide Beirut – Santa Fe A much more accessible, hookladen, and easy to enjoy album was released by Beirut this year. This album will make a lot of lists, and is low on mine only…

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Hands & Knees – Wholesome

Sitting at the Piano Disappearing Massachusetts based art pop quartet Hands & Knees release their newest album entitled ‘Wholesome’ today.  Released digitally and available for free, or the pay what you want route on bandcamp might give you the idea that this is just another one to pass over.  I assure you, it is not. Recorded here in Massachusetts (Shelburne Falls to be exact) Hands & Knees pull from a multitude of influences on this album.  This album is a pure sing-a-long treat and steals your attention from the get go.  Album opener ‘Throw Me From the Bridge of Flowers,’…

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