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You Haunt Me by Sir Sly

\27.1.20\ Electronic Indie Pop artists from L.A. are notoriously creative yet inconsistent. Sir Sly has done a lot to break this mold. I broke down most of their background on my review of their 2017 release Don’t You Worry, Honey. I’d recommend checking it out, not solely so I can get more clicks on that … Continue reading You Haunt Me by Sir Sly

Seven + Mary by Rainbow Kitten Surprise

\20.1.20\   Any good name has a good back story. Any strange name has the same one. Someone said something funny and it stuck. Commonly abbreviated as RKS, this North Carolina five piece outfit claims the name Rainbow Kitten Surprise proudly. With several members being a part of the LGBT community, love, acceptance, and religion … Continue reading Seven + Mary by Rainbow Kitten Surprise

Lotta Sea Lice by Courtney Barnett & Curt Vile

\2.9.19\ This explosive combo album by famed American and Australian Blues artists Kurt Vile and Courtney Barnett combines both artists perspectives in a way that few have. Both artists on this album have a story to tell about where they’re from and their unique musical backgrounds.  Courtney Barnett got her start in the underground scene … Continue reading Lotta Sea Lice by Courtney Barnett & Curt Vile

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Before We Forgot How to Dream by SOAK

\22.7.19\ Bridie Monds-Watson has a powerful and introspective way of portraying her message, which is usually a mix of lessons and reflections on growing up. Her lyrics have a lot of history and unique perspective that give it a stand-out feeling unlike most folk artists. Hailing from Derry, Northern Ireland, there is a lot an … Continue reading Before We Forgot How to Dream by SOAK

Remind Me Tomorrow by Sharon Van Etten

\15.7.19\ Most Indie artists have similar backstories: working odd jobs, moving frequently, putting out demo tapes every year or so until a label picks them up. In some ways Sharon Van Etten is a little different. Born in New Jersey and going to school in Tennessee, She has been surrounded by music most of her … Continue reading Remind Me Tomorrow by Sharon Van Etten