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Song Of The Week | Aug 22, 2016

Kula Shaker – Let Love Be (With U)

kula2016071812192016 marks 20 years since Kula Shaker exploded into the UK Britpop Scene with their debut album K, which has sold a million copies. Their brand of rock with an esoteric mix of psychedelic riffs and ideas, full of Eastern mysticism and full-tilt performances made them the most unique, often termed eccentric, of the Britpop bands in the Nineties. 2016 has seen the band release a brand new album K 2.0 produced by bass player Alonza Bevan and vocalist and guitarist Crispin Mills which showcases their growth and strength as songwriters, having taken K as their inspiration, they bring their sound squarely into the present. This year is also the time for getting back together to tour and perform together.

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Song Of The Week | Aug 15, 2016

Eliot Sumner – After Dark

Eliot_SumnerFollowing her first studio album, Eliot Sumner took a four-year hiatus to re-evaluate her sound. “I went into hibernation for a while, to search for my soul,” she jokes. Thankfully she located it – quite possibly in the Lake District. “I moved there for five months in total isolation, with just my dog,” she remembers. “I was experimenting with different writing methods.” During this time she also worked with the composer Clint Mansell on a soundtrack for the film Filth.

Eliot decided to shed her previous band name in favour of her actual name: “I’m proud of the music I’m making now,” she said at the time, “and I want to take ownership by putting my real name on it.” After putting out the blistering, three-track EP ‘Information’ last August, Eliot embarked on a European tour with Swedish songstress Lykke Li.

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Song Of The Week | Aug 08, 2016

Ryley Walker – The Roundabout

ryleywalkerIn November 2015, at the end of a ten month period which saw him play over 200 shows, Ryley Walker decided that he should probably head home. However you wished to measure it, he was surely due some sort of holiday. The preceding months had been extraordinary. In March, his second album Primrose Green, emerged to critical hosannas from the likes of NPR, Village Voice, Uncut, and Mojo – in the process, earning admiration of musicians who had chalked up no shortage of turntable miles in Walker’s life. Robert Plant declared himself a fan – as did double-bass legend Danny Thompson, with whom Ryley would later embark on a British tour. For all of that, a holiday was the last thing on Ryley’s mind – and certainly not a holiday in his adopted hometown. After a year spent on the road, all that Ryley could associate with Chicago was the emotional debris he had left behind.

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Song Of The Week | Aug 01, 2016

Whiskey Myers – Some Of Your Love

whiskeymyersWhiskey Myers is an American Southern rock/Red Dirt/Country group from Palestine TX. In 2008, they released their debut album, Road of Life.

The band started when friends Cody Cannon and Cody Tate began playing guitar together, inspired by the music of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Williams Jr., Waylon Jennings, and many other southern rock and country artists.

Their new album “Mud” will be released September 9, but you can pre-order the album now at smarturl.it/whiskeymyersmud.

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Song Of The Week | Jul 25, 2016

Anthony D’Amato – Rain On A Strange Roof

ANTHONYDAMATOProduced by Mike Mogis (Bright Eyes, First Aid Kit) and recorded with an Omaha all-star team of musicians including Conor Oberst and members of Bright Eyes, The Faint, and Cursive, ‘Cold Snap’ is Anthony D’Amato’s most ambitious, incisive, and sophisticated collection yet, with a larger-than-life sound propelled by dual drummers, explosive guitars, infectious hooks, and erudite lyrics. Written primarily during a touring hiatus forced by a broken finger, the songs explore the schisms between perception and reality, projection and truth, who we are and how we’re seen. The record follows D’Amato’s 2014 debut, ‘The Shipwreck From The Shore,’ which was inspired in part by his time studying with the Pulitzer Prize-winning Irish poet Paul Muldoon and earned raves on both sides of the pond, with NPR lauding that “he writes in the tradition of Bruce Springsteen or Josh Ritter” and Uncut proclaiming that his songwriting “echoes with early Bob Dylan.”

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