Friday, April 29, 2016

3 Songs: On Repeat

Kyle Craft – “Eye Of The Hurricane” (The Portland by-way-of Louisiana based singer-songwriter released his debut album, Dolls of Highland this week on Sub Pop Records.  Ragtime piano and Dylan-esque acoustic folk rock instrumentation are combined with Craft’s soaring croon and Bowie and Elton John-inspired glam-pop flair for an incredibly promising debut.)  

Wrong – “Mucilage” (The Miami quartet, featuring former members of Torche, Kylesa and Capsule, are set to release their highly-anticipated self-titled debut album today via Relapse Records.  Their noise-addled and groove-heavy sound incorporates elements of 90’s grunge and thick sludge-metal riffs; sounding like a deranged alternate universe where Clutch, Helmet and Unsane are one band.)

Caleb Groh – “Cloud Cover” (The Nashville-based singer-songwriter has just released his long-awaited sophomore album titled, Ocelot.  This time around he has reinvented himself with strange synths, quirky electronics and danceable rhythms to go along with his psychedelic and highly-melodic brand of folk-pop.)      


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