Find of The Week Vol. 4 No. 6: Silver Snakes

At times it feels like the music well is drying up faster than any of us would want it to. The next "big thing" is a carbon copy the the previous "big thing" and the...


Find of The Week Vol. 4 No. 5: Husky

Husky is yet another Australian band that is going to me making waves in the US market here very soon as they tour around this summer with Shearwater. The band is the first Australian band...


Find of The Week Vol. 4 No. 4: Swear and Shake

Swear and Shake have a sound that would make one think that they hail from the deep south but you'd be far from correct. Having this type order viagra of sound come out of New...


<sup>Video:</sup> Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes – "Bleeding Tongue"

Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes is a great up and coming band that call Nashville their home. Watch the video for "Bleeding Tongue", the opening and stand out track from the band's debut release,...


Find of The Week Vol. 4 No. 3: Fawn

Making their way out of Detroit, Fawn is comprised of former Kiddo member Christian Doble, Alicia Gbur (formerly of the Von Bondies), percussionist Matt Rickle, and former Transatlantics guitarist Mike Spence. With so much experience,...

Find of The Week Vol.1 No. 16

dm_artworkFor some reason I have been very unmotivated to go seek out new and interesting music lately but today I have found something that is worth posting. Dark Mean is a collection of lifelong friends from Hamilton, Ontario Canada. Together they create a mixture of indie-folk and rock with a hint of 80′s keyboard. Each song is worth a listen and each song is completely different from the last. “Frankencottage” is a synth driven pop track while “Happy Banjo” is exactly what you think it would be. A simple piano line drives “China” and a “Lullaby” is a quiet acoustic ballad that would be a great closing track for any album.

Their website is almost non existent, only giving you the ability to download their new 4 song EP for the price of your email address and watch a video for the EP’s title track.

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