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Hot Takes | Week of 05.08.17

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. The Things I Do for Fun // Wax Fang Down the Line // Beach Fossils Blood Drive // Joshua Burnside Make It Up // James Elkington It Ain’t Me // Quinn Devlin It Ain't Me (Single) by Quinn Devlin & The Bridge Street Kings Chelsea Hotel #2 // Kyle Craft Shine – Jim Eno Sessions // Mondo Cozmo Hurricane Shakedown // The Deslondes Lord, Don’t Take Me To Prison // Milk

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2016 | Steve’s Top Albums of the Year

It would be no exaggeration to say that this was a stormy year that was challenging for a lot of people on a lot of different levels. When these kinds of times are upon us, music is consistently there to help lift us, unite us, rally us and carry us through. 2016 certainly proved that to be true for me (yet again.) From the first week of January to the waning moments of the December, the albums on this list—along with probably a hundred others—gave me something to continually look forward to. I hope they did the same for you,…

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New Music | Kyle Craft – Eye of a Hurricane

Another track landed on the upcoming debut record from newly signed Sub Popper, Kyle Craft. “Eye of the Hurricane,” starts us off with a piano riff that hearkens us back to a ragtime era. It’s a tongue in cheek story about infatuation in a toxic relationship sprawled across a song that’s got the sound of a horror circus with 70s glam rock vocal howls that add to the landscape. We’ve heard 3 tracks off the upcoming debut, Dolls of Highland, and you can color me more than excited to get to April 29th to hear the rest.

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New Music | Kyle Craft – Pentecost / Lady of the Ark

I’m really into the music I’ve heard so far from Kyle Craft, you might remember him as the frontman of Gashcat. Most of the songs find influence from a past that haunts him from his formative life in Shreveport, LA. Songs of messed up relationships, jealousy, ghosts and sounds of a reckoning with his past. On “Pentecost,” Craft’s rough, raspy voice, his soaring melodies and the ecclesiastic themes give these songs a deeply impactful feeling that almost goes as far as an emotional liberation. On “Lady of the Ark,” Craft dials up the southern gothic, gospel with guitars, organs and…

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