Posts Tagged ‘ alt-rock ’

The Swayback: Keepin’ “Double Four Time”

December 2, 2012
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The Swayback: Keepin’ “Double Four Time”

Just when you think you have your finger on the pulse of a music scene–something broadsides you and makes you feel like you don’t know nothin’. So I finally take some time to catch up on my “listening stack”–the records I’m supposed to listen to but haven’t got around to yet–and I come across...

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Palomino: Ponte Vecchio

February 20, 2012
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Palomino: Ponte Vecchio

One of the things I love about music blogging is when I come across “hidden treasures”–bands with a unique vibe and memorable sound that not many people know about–but should. In my view, Brooklyn-based Palomino is one of those bands. Citing influences from late 70′s/early 80′s post-punk, this 3-piece band has a raw, sparse...

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St. Leonards from Around the World

November 28, 2011
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St. Leonards from Around the World

I love these hidden gems. St. Leonards is an alt-rock band from Sydney, Australia, whom I’d never heard of until a couple of days ago when I was catching up on my email. Listening to the title track from their recently released EP World Alone, I was instantly riveted. Literally with the first breath...

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