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Kiersten Holine is from the Twin Cities, but is now taking on the music scene that stole her heart; Seattle. Having played guitar for 12 years and been mentioned in Rolling Stone, Holine’s musical passion takes her on new adventures. With influences ranging from David Bazan to Bob Dylan, Kiersten takes in all that is around her to refine her craft. Please do let your ears decide for themselves.
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Last year, Charlie assembled Derek Mandel (guitars), Mark Hawkins (guitars), Dave Cuthbert (bass), Daniel Howard (drums), Paul Silver (saxophone), Gavin Broom (trumpet) and Nick Mills (trombone) and called the group ‘The Mojo Killers’. A new ‘super-group’ was born but a lightning bolt was about to strike.The album starts with a jaunty piano-led, trumpet-blasted ‘Greed’. ‘Drink My Blues Away’ follows in typical blues order, sounding remarkably similar to Squeeze, at its best,, with lyrical humour and wailing guitars. The sixth track, ‘In My Time’ sounds mildly melancholic and could be autobiographical but it pursues well-established blues roots.‘Songs In A Minor Key’, the title track, has shades of BB King about it, although it is altogether more British in appeal, with its crystal clear lyrics and sad horns. All twelve tracks are elegantly composed and performed sublimely. This is an album of great class and disarming honesty and lovers of blues music, of every kind, will find gems in all or most of the tracks.
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Personal File, the first new material released since Cash’s death, is two discs’ worth of unreleased tracks, mostly acoustic, dating as far back as the early 1970s. The story, which sounds like a legend so is probably true, is that Cash recorded them in his home studio and locked them in his vault. They were […]
5th release from Chicago band with members from Tenniscourts–addictively sweet & rockin’ power pop, driven by exceptionally memorable melodies and strong guitar lines. The voice and the potent, punchy tunes ooze an authentic sense of fun & love for the music that’s tempered by clean, sharp production. It’s the kind of record that will have […]
Singer Martha Redbone had a vision: set the poems of William Blake (1757-1827) to music. Redbone grew up on Appalachian folk music and gospel, and both genres ended up om what would become the Martha Redbone Roots Project. The Garden of Love – Songs of William Blake is a landmark album that should propel her […]
Tracks: 1. Souvenirs – John Prine 2. Blues That Steve Taught Me – Ed Holstein 3. Face On the Cutting Room Floor – Various Artists 4. Gentle On My Mind – John Hartford 5. I Will Not Be Your Fool – David Bromberg 6. The Lady Is a Tramp – Jethro Burns 7. I Can’t […]
A new release from Philadelphia’s classic punk jokers, the Dead Milkmen! Their first in 15 years! Lots of great, melodic punk pop songs with their patented hilarious lyrics, plus some songs that touch on darker subjects. Back and at their best. mp3 320 kbps | 104 MB | UL
Tracks: 01. Riot In My House 02. Wedding Dress 03. Gray Goes Black 04. Resurrection Song 05. Black Rose Way 06. Ode To Sad Disco 07. St. Louis Elegy 08. Pendulum 09. Harborview Hospital 10. Tiny Grain Of Truth mp3 VBR~257 kbps | 85 MB | UL