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Album Review: Quiet Hollers by Quiet Hollers

Album Review: Quiet Hollers by Quiet Hollers Produced by: Kevin Ratterman Independently Released Available: October 23, 2015 www.QuietHollers.com Roam the rural Kentuckiana area countryside for long enough, and you’ll eventually stumble upon what us locals call a “Quiet Holler.” It’s a quiet, countryside landscape – a sunken wooded valley of sorts – nestled throughout the […]Read More »

The Lonely Wild - "Chasing White Light" Album Review

The Lonely Wild Chasing White Light Los Angeles, CA (EOne Music/Fast Plastic) The Lonely Wild’s follow-up to The Sun As It Comes is a modern-day Requiem, pulling from Andrew Carroll’s experience with the death of his wife’s grandmother last year. This time of reflection brought up remembrances of a childhood friend who died after growing […]Read More »

Moa Holmsten - "Bruised Arms & Broken Rhythm" Album Review

Moa Holmsten Bruised Arms & Broken Rhythm Stockholm, Sweden (Fill In The Blank Records) Take a man-on-the-street approach, and you will be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t have at least one Springsteen song that they couldn’t live without. The Boss has developed a career on a certain passion, a carefully crafted vulnerability and a […]Read More »

LISTEN NOW: Vinyl of the Month - Moon Types "Know The Reason"

VINYL OF THE MONTH Moon Types Know The Reason 7-inch Stockholm, Sweden (Jigsaw Records) “Like a jingle-jangle morning…” PZL075: Moon Types – Know The Reason 7″ by Jigsaw Records Well, it ain’t ABBA, but Stockholm has finally produced something else equally amazing for my earballs. Kicking off with Bell and Sebastian-like ’verby vocals and trumpet, […]Read More »

Superhuman Happiness - "Escape Velocity" Review PLUS New Video

Superhuman Happiness Escape Velocity Brooklyn, NY (Royal Potato Family) Superhuman Happiness’s second full-length release, Escape Velocity, is an airy study in art rock, new wave and relaxed post-disco rhythms, along with added elements of shoegaze pop. The effort is something like Yo La Tengo’s I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One mingled with the […]Read More »

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