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Music Miscellany for 6/23/2017 Part I

Half way through the year and I feel like I’m letting this little slice of the ‘net down. I’m not going to make any outrageous promises ’cause I’ll only end up breaking them right now. Instead let’s listen to music. First up Anna Lunoe with the danceable electro-pop of “Godzilla.” Next is some R&B infused hip hop on “Roll the Dice” by Sidizen King. Luke Faas brings it back to electro pop on “Why Bother.” And just to mess with you a bit I’ve thrown in some folk infused psych rock from Will McKay on “Somebody Else.”

Jeremy Pinnell – Different Kind of Love – Live @ Candyland Studio

“Different Kind of Love” is from Jeremy Pinnell’s upcoming album Ties of Blood and Affection available for pre-order at SofaBurn.

Terence Ryan – To Live and Die In New England – Video

Singer-songwriter/indie artist Terence Ryan is set to release his debut album, Don’t Panic, on June 23rd. “To Live and Die In New England” is the first video from that album.

Music Miscellany for 6/1/2017

Kicking off this edition of the Miscellany is the psychedelic influenced indie rock sound of the Big Drops with “By the Water.” Switching it up a bit is the upbeat pop rock of The Technicolors with “Little Charmer.” In the far turn is the folk of Rosie Carney on “Your Moon.” In the home stretch is Names with “Backs Turned.”

Fleet Foxes – Fool’s Errand – Video

A little late to the party, but here is the latest video from Fleet Foxes for “Fool’s Errand” off of the upcoming album Crack-Up.