Posts Tagged ‘100 in 100’

And so we reach the end of our marathon 100 songs posted every hour for the past four and one sixth days.

We finish with the lovely pastoral folk sounds of trio Sonder Saloon who, after a month in a secluded cabin in the Utah mountains, were able to conjure up the sounds found in their debut EP. Their influences include Fleet Foxes, Wilco, Beach Boys, and Gillian Welch.

Listen or download the lovely Who You Are.

 

100 Posts in 100 Hours is a series rounding up the best of our inbox from the tail end of 2015.

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Young Elk will release their debut single in the spring called Minor Keys.

The lead track from it is Debts, a sombre rock tune with country leanings giving nods to David Bazan and Magnolia Electric Co. Distant, melodic, and at times, crushingly bleak you can stream/download it below. 

 

100 Posts in 100 Hours is a series rounding up the best of our inbox from the tail end of 2015.

sex snobs

Oklahoma City alternative noise rock band Sex Snobs new full length album is Pop Songs and Other Ways to Die.

Listen to the distorted, dissonant gem that is Farewell To The Sun below, and get the album on a name-your-price deal from Bandcamp here.

 

100 Posts in 100 Hours is a series rounding up the best of our inbox from the tail end of 2015.

The new album by Andrew Adkins, Glass Castles is a collection of thirteen new songs steeped in a varied mixture of Americana, blues, country with some shades of folk-rock.

Unique melodies with compelling and provocative lyrics guide the listener in a soft yet edgy manner through stories of ghost towns, coal mines, self-doubt/self-worth, smokey bars and the precariously reckless side of love.

Listen to the outstanding May The Stars Fall At Your Door here.

 

100 Posts in 100 Hours is a series rounding up the best of our inbox from the tail end of 2015.

Hey Bulldog are a three piece psychedelic blues rock band from Manchester and recently released their excellent single Under My Spell.

Stream it here, a high octane, no holds barred psych-rocker that will strip the paint from the walls.

 

100 Posts in 100 Hours is a series rounding up the best of our inbox from the tail end of 2015.

Like a back country crossroad, the songs of singer-songwriter D.L. Marble are a rich tapestry that is American story telling at its best. Raised by a single mom while his dad spent decades in a Texas prison and looking for an escape from his situation at home and school, he picked up his first acoustic guitar and discovered his true calling.

With influences like Robert Earl Keen, Ray Wiley Hubbard and Fleetwood Mac, his music blends traditional country, Americana, rock, and even a touch of blue-eyed soul into songs that are very honest and uniquely American.

Listen to Country Love Song from his new record Hard To Quit here.

 

100 Posts in 100 Hours is a series rounding up the best of our inbox from the tail end of 2015.

Psychobaby are a garage-punk band from Brooklyn.

Baby is a catchy, slightly sinister slab of alt-rock that is taken from their upcoming EP Rough Start.

 

100 Posts in 100 Hours is a series rounding up the best of our inbox from the tail end of 2015.

Scott Liss is a singer-songwriter who grew up in NY, and at various times has lived and played music in Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Asbury Park, NJ. He has most recently relocated to Los Angeles, CA.

Taking influences from Nick Drake to Radiohead, his sound is probably best termed as alternative psychedelic folk. His third record, Modern Isolation, is just out on his label, NightOnlyVisual Records, on January 12th, and you can stream Medicine from it here.

 

100 Posts in 100 Hours is a series rounding up the best of our inbox from the tail end of 2015.

Folly & The Hunter

Canadian four-piece Folly & The Hunter have shared their new single Arrow – out 22nd Jan via Outside Music/Proper.

Taken from their forthcoming album Awake (out 18th March), Arrowis about acknowledging mistakes, accepting the mis-steps that have lead you astray, and moving forward since you know that you can’t go back. It is an admission of failure, an exercise in letting go.”

It is a lovely slice of atmospheric folk pop – listen below.

 

100 Posts in 100 Hours is a series rounding up the best of our inbox from the tail end of 2015.

Chambermaids

Tall Grass, is the first single from the almost completed album by Minneapolis foursome The Chambermaids, will be released on Old Blackberry Way/Guilt Ridden Pop.

A beguiling mix of dream pop and noise rock, the result is a dreamy and expansive take on reverb-soaked minimalism.

Have a listen.

 

100 Posts in 100 Hours is a series rounding up the best of our inbox from the tail end of 2015.