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    Sophomore Smails's Avatar
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    For those of you who like the Southern rock, bluesy sound...think (North Mississippi All Stars) check out the Sheepdogs.

    For straight rock and roll I think the new (newer) Foo Fighters album Wasting Light is strong as hell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ledgewood View Post
    Anthony da Costa. Young dude from NY. REALLY good singer/songwriter. Had the pleasure of opening for him in Cleveland.
    Despite your incoherent rambling about some narcissistic tendencies late in your original post, give me a heads up when you are playing or "opening" for someone again in Cleveburg.

    I need a live music fix, since the last show I went to was to see the consumate musician Bruce Hornsby. Gawd I wish I could play piano like that dude.
    "I Got CHAMPIONS in that Lockerroom!" -Stanley Burrell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masterofreality View Post
    Despite your incoherent rambling about some narcissistic tendencies late in your original post, give me a heads up when you are playing or "opening" for someone again in Cleveburg.

    I need a live music fix, since the last show I went to was to see the consumate musician Bruce Hornsby. Gawd I wish I could play piano like that dude.
    Well I can say that on August 12 my little band called The Smug Saints is playing in Lakewood at a place called Merry Arts. We like to party and usually multiply our allotted bar tab by 3 or 4.
    DIG IT!

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    Try the Moondoggies, MOR.
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    My Morning Jacket isn't everyone's cup of tea, but I like their new CD Circuital. It takes a couple of listens, but they offer a variety of different sounds throughout the CD.

    On a side note, MMJ is coming to Riverbend on August 17th. Whether you like their studio work or not, they are exceptional live and I would suggest anyone give them a chance live, especially if you have nothing better to do on a Wednesday night in August.

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    I like track #2:

    http://soundcloud.com/wait-what/sets/the-notorious-xx

    You can basically put BIG on any track and make it sound awesome:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpOOYK8oIOY
    "I am at this moment writing a lengthy indictment against our century. When my brain begins to reel from my literary labors, I make an occasional cheese dip."

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    Toro y Moi.

    He/they are going to be a MPMF this year in Sept and you all need to go to this show. Saw him/them last night here in Nashville and they straight up killed it. Best show I've been to in a while. Two albums are currently out, Causers of This and Underneath the Pine, get them both and you will not be disappointed.

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    Most won't say this is new, but R.E.M.'s Life's Rich Pageant has been remastered this year and should be part of everyone's library. Talk about a stellar album that rocks.

    If you like acoustic-y stuff...

    - (Right from Cold Spring KY) Daniel Martin Moore, In the cool of the day
    - (One of the band's I've enjoyed more recently) The Civil Wars, Barton Hollow
    - Jessica Lea Mayfield, Tell Me (go to her show, compliment her, and you might get lucky *wink* she's playing at MPMF)
    - Ha Ha Tonka, Death of a Decade (more americana)

    If you like awesome indie rock...

    - Tapes 'n Tapes, Outside (These guys are great live BTW)
    - Gomez, Whatever's on your mind
    - Destroyer, Kaputt (from Dan Bejar, one of the songwriters in New Pornographers)
    - Cake, Showroom of Compassion


    If you like clean, songwriter pop...

    - Adele, 21 (it just kind of sucks cuz it's getting over saturated.)
    - Teddy Thompson, Bella (not as crazy as his dad, but still writes catchy pop tunes)
    - The Feelies, Here Before (this would have been punk years ago, no longer)
    - The Cars, Move Like This (only heard one song but loved it)


    If you like heady, know it's good, but not sure why stuff...

    - PJ Harvey, Let England Shake
    - Kurt Elling, The Gate (gotta have one jazz album here)
    - Noah and the Whale, Last Night on Earth
    - The High Llamas, Talahomi Way


    I also really dig that newer band from England, The Joy Formidable, who will also be playing at MPMF in September. Lots of good music this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ledgewood View Post
    Well I can say that on August 12 my little band called The Smug Saints is playing in Lakewood at a place called Merry Arts. We like to party and usually multiply our allotted bar tab by 3 or 4.
    Nice. I'm there. I know the Merry Arts well.....

    At times a little tooooooooo well.
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    Try both Ferocious Few and Yuck on for size.
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