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by Adrien Begrand

25 Aug 2015


Portland’s the Lonesome Billies incorporate classic country and Southwestern themes much like the Sadies and Calexico, and you can hear it immediately on “1922”, a selection from their upcoming debut album It’s Good to Be Lonesome.

by Adrien Begrand

25 Aug 2015


Americana duo Doug and Alyssa Graham (The Grahams) released their second studio album Glory Bound back in May. On that record is a song called “Gambling Girl”, which as it turns out is a wonderful woman’s response to the classic American traditional “Delia”, on which Alyssa turns the table on the classic story. They’ve just completed a video for the track, one that puts the great Jane Russell in the title role.

by Adrien Begrand

24 Aug 2015


Having traded in her conventional singer-songwriter fare for something a little more adventurous, Los Angeles based/Oklahoma raised Sunday Lane has been slowly unveiling her modest makeover this year in anticipation of her upcoming new EP Future Tense(s). Her arrangements now have more variety, embracing electronic sounds more, but her biggest step forward so far is her new single “Go”, which dives headfirst into sparkling electropop. And as it turns out, it’s a perfect fit.

by Adrien Begrand

24 Aug 2015


Formerly from Victoria, British Columbia, the garage rock trio Babysitter now calls Montreal home, and now have a new self-titled album coming out next week. As per usual, the band cranks out the heavy guitar jams that sound reminiscent of Crazy Horse and the Stooges at the same time, the riffs massive, grating, threatening to drown out the rest of the band. “Envy” is a great example, which you can listen to below.

by Adrien Begrand

24 Aug 2015


Raised in Claverley, England, Maisy Kay Kendrick relocated to Los Angeles with her family three years ago, and after being home schooled to allow freedom to pursue her budding musical career, the 16-year-old prodigy is starting to make some inroads.

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The Eye of Lenzi: "Gang War in Milan" and "Spasmo"

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"Two wide and handsome Italian thrillers of the 1970s.

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