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Song Spotlight: Mexico - The Staves

It always pleases me when I come across something that perfectly fits my taste. It also makes me frustrated that something like this can escape my notice for as long as it does. 52 more words


Tuesday Tunes Day: The Staves

On Tuesday Tunes Days I share some of my favourite music
and the songs that I have on repeat.

The Staves are on all my playlists right now.  89 more words


EP Review - Sleeping In A Car / The Staves

The Staves improved in almost every way for their second album last year, If I Was. It might have helped that they had the starpower of Bon Iver as producer (but then again, who isn’t working with Bon Iver these days?). 564 more words


Review: The Staves - Sleeping In A Car EP

Folk sister act The Staves return with a three track EP that stays true to their signature sound, with a few new twists.

Opener Outlaw is drenched in harmonies and reminds me of the kind of tracks Warpaint were making on their last record. 188 more words


BAND CRUSH: The Staves

This is how I view The Staves . . .

A hushed breeze is washing down the thin veins and back alleys of a barren city. 246 more words


W[here's my place]?

A fresh start, like paint smelt out of newborn tin,

almost welded to my senses, never

lost to memories long gone and sung; and

beginnings like that are there to be won. 229 more words