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GEM#03 Headless Horseman - The Microphones

Released: September 25, 2001

Genre: Lo-Fi Folk

It feels unfair to pick out any specific song from The Glow, Pt.2′ to discuss individually; it seems comparable to discussing a single ingredient of a meal without respecting its role in the overall dish. 967 more words



Discuss your existence.

We are sisters who were first inspired to sing and perform during our childhood when we LOVED and continually sang and performed together.  2,852 more words


RF Shannon - Tooth Ache

We’ve already shared Cold Spell from RF Shannon’s upcoming record Trickster Blues (pre-order here) and now we have Tooth Ache for your listening edification. 60 more words


Just Wanna Believe by Phillip Broussard

Just Wanna Believe  is a song written and performed by Phillip Broussard, brought up in Washington State. The artist brings classical flourishes to indie and folk conventions having an unmistakable if not a bolstering appeal to the spark he attempts to ignite in his music, undoubtedly a good curator.  488 more words


TUNES // Valley Queen - Chasing The Muse

Post by Misha

For whatever reason, every eight months or so I find myself looking up the history of the word ‘muse’.

The noun derives from Greek and is linked in myth to the nine Muses, daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne – Calliope (epic poetry), Clio (history), Erato (love poetry, lyric art), Euterpe (music, especially flute), Melpomene (tragedy), Polymnia (hymns), Terpsichore (dance), Thalia (comedy), Urania (astronomy), – whom Greek artists called upon for inspiration when beginning a work. 196 more words


Bessie Turner: 22:22 review

Bessie Turner proves why she is one of the most exciting new artists in the UK with her stunning debut EP 22:22, released on Don’t Try Records. 296 more words

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Music Park: Hand Habits @ Ottobar -- 4/20/18

Hand Habits performs at the Ottobar on April 20, 2018. (Photo by David LaMason)

Hand Habits, the musical monicker of LA-based / New York native Meg Duffy, is something special. 414 more words

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