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Folk/Country

Time: 
20:30
Band name: 
Herbert Bail
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/herbertbail/
Venue name: 
The Satellite
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Revival

Time: 
07:00
Band name: 
Carey Frank
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/careyfrankmusic/
Venue name: 
Squashed Grapes
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Soulful synth pop duo Lesser Pieces lay their feelings bare on "Texas"

The sullen, monochromatic synth pop of Lesser Pieces takes a melancholic turn on "Texas," a solemn meditation on moving on after a relationship ends. The duo of Diane Badie and Mike Slott have their hearts entwined as a fractured rhythm carries its inner monologue with an aloof sultriness.

"Texas" is the first we've heard of the duo after last year's release, "You and I (No Emergency)." It is out on all streaming platforms via OCSNL.

 

 
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John Isaac Watters chronicles a tangled love affair on 'Past Hope Now'

John Isaac Watters fills his stories with persuasive emotions. The folk crooner has raised his ambitions even further with the release of his latest EP, Past Hope Now, a conceptual piece that he's now turned into a poetic short film about a relationship challenged by seemingly unsparing circumstances. Watters utilizes striking visual motifs to capture the story's essence, utilizing his spacious, acoustic-guitar driven musings in pure and unfiltered form. His mini-song suite careens with artful finesse, elevating his quivering voice with an accented eccentricity that's rightfully his.

Check out the short film for Past Hope Now below. Juan Edgardo Rodríguez

 

 
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Mt. Joy announce self-titled debut, take their amiable folk rock to The Lodge Room on 12/8

Folk rock band Mt. Joy's early singles had an amiable folk sound with a bedroom recording aesthetic. But even if they sounded brittle, they were really bursting with life, just begging for a warmer and more expansive treatment. New single "Silver Lining" fulfills that purpose - the lush and homey harmony, which packs a familiar folk-meets-roots combo, has a big-hearted, anthemic quality that, even if a tad too slick for its own good, does harbor an inviting air..

"Silver Lining" can be found on Mt. Joy's self-titled debut, which is out on March 2nd through reputable folk/Americana label Dualtone Records. You can catch them perform a hometown town - before they head out on tour with Neko Case next year - at the Lodge Room in Highland Park on December 8. Juan Rodríguez

 

 
 
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