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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Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Can’t Stop The Rain // Neal Francis Just My Style // Honey Guide Pinball King // Loney Hutchins Juniper // Katy Kirby Bright Star // Anaïs Mitchell Have Tea // Robbing Millions Bubblegum // Quinn Christopherson Love Farewell // Jake Xerxes Fussell The Hardest Cut // Spoon RHODODENDRON // Hurray for the Riff Raff Nice Things // Hayes Carll Amor Fati // Mike Posner Farewell to Trion // Grain Thief Gold Rush // Dylan Hartigan
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. All The Liars // Diana DeMuth The Only Way Out Is Through // Penfriend Looking Happy // Ailbhe Reddy Soulfully High // Marie Noreger The Truth // Average Joe Lancaster Nights / Title Guide to the Talkies // Charlie Burg Passing Through // Kaylee Elizabeth Thirteen // Bedouine, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Waxahatchee Make Room // Too Many Zooz (Ft. Spencer Ludwig) Call Me Gilded // The Band of Heathens Talkin’ Prairie Boy // Colter Wall
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…
Hurray for the Riff Raff is Alynda lee Segarra, a 25 year old Puerto Rican from the Bronx. Soon after, she left home and settled in New Orleans where she set HQ for what would become Hurray for Riff Raff. Their newest album, Look Out Mama, was released back in April, and they released single, “Ode to John and Yoko” a love letter to John and Yoko.