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Asian-American Band, Run River North, Sheds Light on Immigrant Life

Ever since their visit to Cal Poly Pomona for an event called The Traveling Show, Run River North has been a repeat favorite on my Spotify playlists. 98 more words

Song of the Day #3 - Monsters Calling Home by Run River North

This song. It starts off pretty quietly, pretty hauntingly, and then erupts, continuously. This mixing of fairly dramatic extremes is pretty attention-grabbing. And the way in which they play, well, it’s all very interesting, like plucked violins, and some strange arrangement with a keyboard. Well worth watching.

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028 Run River North, "Lying Beast"

“No one held me to the flame”

-Run River North, “Lying Beast”

(NOTE: Apparently I left this one as a Draft, instead of setting a publishing date.  204 more words

Run River North // Beetle

Formerly known as Monsters Calling Home, the wisely renamed Run River North are a group of musicians from the San Fernando Valley, California. Their bio reads: “Deeply into music and our maker, we hope to put on honest and heartfelt performances wherever we are asked”, and it seems that gradually things are starting to pick up for this group of self-described ‘oriental gangster folk’sters, with a support slot for Noah And The Whale earlier this month. 124 more words


Song Of The Moment: Run River North (Formally Monsters Calling Home) - "Mr. Brightside" Acoustic Cover

This might be one of the best covers I’ve heard in a long time. The original is great too, but this cover packs a punch. Job well done.

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Foxbeard - Run River North

When I came across Run River North for the first time (previously known as Monsters Calling Home) I was pleasantly surprised to find out that they’re a Korean folk band from LA. 111 more words

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