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LOWLANDS

Lowlands radiates appalachian sound with a medley of folk players that  deliver front porch medicine.  Their latest album, Huron tells road stories with power and emotion. Their sound rolls down mountains with spirited and genuine vocals, banjo twangs and a prancing fiddle that chatters to a whispering peel steel and acoustic guitar. “Wonderful Hearts” will  put you at ease with nostalgic vocals that  bend and echo into harmonies with love. It then stops... speeds up and deepens into a  charming dirt stomp, with a chanting hook and unforgettable pedal steel as the drums signal with maritime regiment. Let  their sounds roll over you with reminiscence. Stay tuned for new tour dates in 2015.

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JoJo Worthington @ Homegrown

No stranger to the stage, or The Deli, Jojo Worthington is a dynamic delight; a breath of fresh air in the ever-saturated AltFolk scene. This little lady is gearing up to let the world witness her enchanting creations, with the release of her full-length album “7”. If you haven’t already gotten the chance, listen to “Amadeus”; it’s an upbeat treat not to pass over. The song relies on simplicity; from the straightforward ukulele rhythm you hear at the start, to the way Jojo's candy sweet voice floats over the entire song. She stays true to her witty songwriting roots with this one; the lyrics are both intriguing and ironically humorous, at one point, amusingly boasting "The headlines scream the death of Amadeus" after almost-regretfully reminiscing about a better time. Her music remains consistent; bouncy and catchy as she positively succeeds in keeping you hooked until the last note! “Amadeus” will be stuck in your head, leaving you singing the memorable chorus and title for days. This quirky, pink-haired darling is "drooling with excitement" to share with you all! Over the next few days she'll be embarking on a four-city CD release tour. You can grab a copy of "7" and watch her perform Jan16 @ Homegrown Hamilton and Jan 18 @ The Smiling Buddha. -Courtney Chalapenko

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Winter 2015. NYC Issue #41
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Petra Glynt @ the Smiling Buddha

Alexandra Mackenzie is a giant octopus with rainbow tentacles that extend over vast creative seas. She is a versatile expressionist with flamboyant style and methodical virtuosity. Arms deep as an illustrator, screen printer, filmmaker and fashionista she manifests herself musically as Petra Glynt. Her video for Sour Paradise is a unique adaptation of a dream or hallucination, experimenting with vivid imagery of light, color and sound. An innovative song with low rumbles, bountiful jungle beats, drum dance rhythms and a vocal with a lions roar. Take a trip and hallucinate with her Jan 19 @ the Smiling Buddha.

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Brat Kings @ Magpie

Woo-ooo-woo-ooo! Brat Kings are riding the sound waves right in to your ears.  Crank up the stereo ‘cause this trio serves up some tasty riffs and gnarly drive, and the best way to listen to them is loud! Their recent release of “Good Drugs/Watermelon” 7” is no exception to that rule, keeping the lyrics simple enough for you to sing along with and still dance like no one is watching (or so you hope). The boys definitely didn’t disappoint with this one ladies and gents.  Get your wet suits ready!  Go out and ride their wave January 17 @ Magpie Taproom. ~Courtney Chalapenko

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