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Cedar Teeth Celebrate "Winter" in Spring

 *photo by David Greenwald

Cedar Teeth's indie roots run deep. Their genre bending nod to roots rock and Americana has warranted them show slots with famed Pacific Northwesterners Hillstomp and Fruition, but their upcoming second album, Farewell To Green Mountain, is sure to take them steps closer to that historic bluesy status.

"Winter" is the first single to come off the sophomore effort, and ties the romantic adventure of budding love to the glories of the seasons. Lead singer Dylan Martell sweetly sings of his personal and positive experiences on the matter, with lyrics including “When we meet, there won’t be winters.” Such a beautiful sentiment is backed by incredibly powerful plucking, driving this ballad home in all of its sweetness.

Listen to "Winter" below and be sure to check out the release show tonight at the White Eagle with General Mojo's and MOsley WOtta.

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Wild Pink releases dreamy debut LP, plays Baby's All Right on 04.18

Embracing at once gentleness, distortion, reverb and feedback, NYC trio Wild Pink crafts dreamo-pop that's enjoyable and varied. And in case you are wondering what "dreamo-pop" is, it's dream pop with traces of emo in it (you should have gotten that one!). After two EPs released in 2015 and 2016, the band dropped their debut, self titled full length earlier in 2017, and it's a record of rare songwriting consistency. They have two pretty solid local shows coming up, one at Baby's All Right on April 18, and one at BK Bazaar on May 20th. Check out single "Great Apes," streaming below

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Bucolic's woodsy musical world

Simple guitar chords and slow, rusty drums are the first elements that catch the ear in New Jersey's Bucolic's single "Slow Words" (streaming below). But it is Seth Carpenter's confident, pressing vocals, drenched in reverb, that really hone in on the ambient nature of the music. Similarly, the six-minute "Great Miles Old," punctuated by a recurring, shimmery guitar riff, lifts us into Bucolic's sweeping, woodsy world with ease. The music is minimalistic but takes ownership of the hollowed-out textures, so that each sound in the recordings has room to breathe. Listen to Bucolic, and inhale deeply. - Geena Kloeppel

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New Kerin Maguire LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Kerin Maguire explores personal philosophy and emotional intimacy in her recently released full-length album Self-Titled. Minimally adorned in folk instrumentation, the songs gravitate toward an ever-evolving understanding of the world and one’s place in it. Exhibiting an essence of hope for the future and an honest evaluation of past moments through narrative vignettes, Maguire finds a mechanism to relate on a universal note without sacrificing communicative closeness. We’re all just trying to figure things out one day/moment at a time.





Folk/Country

Time: 
08:00
Band name: 
New Rose
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/New-Rose-944070265697775
Venue name: 
Union Pool
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