With its Can-derived krautrock groove, wicked stoner rock guitar riff, slight hint of funk, and washes of keyboards weirdly similar to chillwave, Montreal band Wizaard shows one and all on their new single “Mountain of the Underground” that there’s no limit to what they’ll try. Besides, with a combination like that, how can you not dig it?
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A mix of pop, folk, and a twee, very English interpretation of country music, London trio Honey Ryder have a couple top 40 UK singles under their belts as well as several British Country Music Award nominations (yes, there is a British Country Music Awards). However after collaborating with several top writers in Nashville and recording with producer Paul Worley (Dixie Chicks, Lady Antebellum) they have their sights set on becoming that extremely rare British country act to crack the US market.
Hailing from Upstate New York, Winston Dunlop and Michael Diaz met in the fifth grade, bonded over their love of Animal Collective and Joy Division, started to make music, eventually discovering early King Crimson on the way to writing and recording their debut full-length album. So their bio says, anyway.
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.
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