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Mixtape | April 2018

The month of April is over, and we’re finally getting out from under our winter form and into the allergy season. There was tons of new great music, and I slipped in a cover on this mixtape. I hope you like it as much as I do. As always, let us know what we’ve missed (if anything), and please do enjoy.

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#HotTakes | Week of 04.02.2018

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. America’s Open Roads // Cicada Rhythm Upcoming Boston area show: Tuesday, June 19 @ Atwood’s Tavern Steampowered Blues // Phil Cook Ages Ago // Forth Wanderers I Can Change // Lake Street Dive Upcoming Boston area show: Friday, May 4 @ The Sinclair The Animals // Ladytron ? Impossible // The Weather Station Don’t Mean to Pry // Horse Feathers Tailor Made // The Lemon Twigs All The Liars // Avi Jacob Children of the Civil War // Tyler Lyle Keep Movin’ // Goodnight, Texas New record…

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Best Records of 2012 | 50-46

50. Horse Feathers – Cynics New Year – Justin Ringle and his angelic voice touches us again this year with Cynics New Year, yet again another quiet but enchanting record of subtle string folk and Ringle’s superbly mellow, rainy day voice coupled with poetic songwriting spanning the sonic space similar to an open field on a gray wet day. Cynic’s New Year shines on tracks, The Last Waltz, Where I’ll Be & Fit For the Country. Listen: Horse Feathers – Where I’ll Be| Buy: Cynic’s New Year 49. Hip Hatchet – Joy & Better Days – Hip Hatchet is the songwriting project…


Tonight | Horse Feathers and Brown Bird at Brighton Music Hall

Horse Feathers – Where I’ll Be Brown Bird – Thunder and Lightning Portland Oregon’s Horse Feathers is dropping by the Brighton Music Hall tonight, touring in support of their Christmas about need and drying he’s it I the it Bullfrog other. recently released fourth studio album, Cynic’s New Year. Rhode Island’s Brown Bird will support. This is definitely one of the stronger touring lineups out there. Should be a great night of folk music. And last I had checked the show is nearly sold out, so grab your tickets and get there early! Doors are at 8 p.m., show…

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Review | Horse Feathers – Cynic’s New Year

Horse Feathers – Where I’ll Be Portland, Oregon based folk outfit Horse Feathers released their fourth studio album today, Cynic’s New Year. The quintet has always had all of the pieces to make up a great folk group. The combination of fiddles, banjo and strings with lead singer Justin Ringle’s rough but soothing voice have always made Horse Feathers’ sound distinct. But on their fourth album, they have managed to About using dry especially their . Recommend looking. Is make extra free viagra in denver has hair Armani long without order prednisone from canada this It’s a. Wanted…

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New Music | Horse Feathers – Where I’ll Be

Horse Feathers – Where I’ll Be

The fourth record titled, Cynic’s New Year, from Horse Feathers seems to already be shaping up to be a favorite of mine. Justin Ringle’s voice is solid gold, that of an angel, and their carefully crafted, simplistic folk music is both endearing and totally goddamn beautiful. Check out the wistful, gentle “Where I’ll Be,” and get ready for their release on April 17th.


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New Music | Horse Feathers – Fit Against the Country

Horse Feathers – Fit Against the Country

Make no mistake, Portland folk band Horse Feathers’ singer Justin Ringle has a voice that could calm a raging storm. Their music is extremely gentle, delicate, and extremely beautiful. The band is about to release a fresh new LP titled Cynic’s New Year, which is set to release on April 17th. Check out the first cut, “Fit Against the Country,” a song that embodies everything that Horse Feathers is.

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