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Jesse Boykins III – Amorous

I wouldn’t bat an eyelid if someone told me this was released around the time of early Maxwell or D’Angelo – his voice is beautiful and the understated, effortless smooth is similarly soulful.

Zomes – Clear Shapes

I don’t think everyone will feel the way I do about this track. In fact, I’m pretty sure they won’t. Zomes – Clear Shapes Sometimes you hear something and don’t just hear it, you feel it. It’s like it resonates… Continue Reading →

Ralfe Band – Big Head

The Guardian reviewed the album this song comes from back in October 2008 – it’s by Ralfe Band, the heavily folk-influenced Oly Ralfe and Andrew Mitchell along with various contributors, whose second album, Attic Thieves, was released on French label… Continue Reading →

Frightened Rabbit – Good Arms vs. Bad Arms

It’s been a while, and it’s a lazy Sunday afternoon, so I’m stepping away from the energy and posting about acoustic songs from two bands/artists who’ve played gigs in London recently, one of which I went to, one of which… Continue Reading →

CALLmeKAT – Do Your Trick

Going from thrashing retro rock to down-tempo, minimal electronica… This is a song by Danish female vocalist, Katrine Ottosen, who goes by the name CALLmeKAT – the alternate capitalisations aren’t me, that’s how it’s… *spelt*? CALLmeKAT – Do Your Trick… Continue Reading →

Those Dancing Days – Those Dancing Days

Those Dancing Days – Those Dancing Days I hadn’t heard of this band until I went to see Au Revoir Simone at Proud Galleries earlier this year – 5 pretty Swedish high school girls who didn’t look old enough to… Continue Reading →

The Paper Hats – Waltz of Circassian Beauties

Two posts from me today. The first is a find resulting from some gig recommendations from Charlotte LV (thank you Charlotte!). I’ve fallen in love with instrumental guitar music lately. First Truckers of Husk, then Rick Tomlinson and the associated… Continue Reading →

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