Wednesday, January 15, 2014

3 Songs: On Repeat

The Lowest Pair – Living Is Dying” (Banjoist Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee of Boys n' the Barrels have joined forces to form the double banjo duo, The Lowest Pair.  Their impressive debut album 36c is out now on Team Love Records and is highlighted by their complementing voices and spirited musicianship for a timeless yet modern spin on bluegrass and folk music.)  

James Vincent McMorrow – “Gold” (Lush layers of  shimmering guitars, triumphant trumpets and clicking percussion combine to create the background for the spotlight to shine on McMorrow’s gorgeous lilting falsetto vocals that recall and rival only those of Bon Iver on his stunning sophomore album, Post Tropical, released this week via Vagrant Records.)  

Painted Palms – “Spinning Signs” (The duo of Reese Donohue and Christopher Prudhomme released their highly-anticipated debut album, Forever this week via Polyvinyl Records.  The bright and bouncy electronic beat and pumped up 60’s psych-pop of the infectious first single should be enough to chase away the winter blues.)


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