Posts Tagged ‘60s’

The Singing Limbs – Mint

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Ever come home from a long day at work and all you want to do is flip on some tunes and kick back for a while? The Singing Limbs may have that solution for you with their EP “Mint.”

Mark Mathews – Misspent Future

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Singer-songwriter Mark Mathews has a unique sound that truly blends the genres of folk and garage-rock.  His EP from earlier this year, titled “Misspent Future,” features Mathews sounding like a rockabilly band on songs like “London Lives,” but indie-rock on “The Girl” and “Someone.”

Jimmy & The Revolvers – Whistle For My Love

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There are two defining moments when you are the self-proclaimed biggest fan of your favorite band. One is the moment you discover “your” band. It’s the way poets have romanticized falling in love since the beginning of stories. There’s the instant of realization and the constant adoration that follows thereafter, playing an album on repeat. […]

The Madden Brothers – We Are Done

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Before you piss and moan (heh) about more Good Charlotte, just know that the Madden Brothers sound nothing like Good Charlotte. (Yes, they are the same vocalists, so they technically sound the same, but I’m talking overall style). As an avid GC fan, it was a bittersweet moment to admit that this hiatus and side […]