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10 Songs: Sunday, October 25th, 2015

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1 – Bad Art And Weirdo Ideas – Beach Slang – The jingle jangle guitars meets roar vocal, reminds me of a modern day American Jesus And Mary Chain meets Big Star somewhere neither should be. The vocal is oddly buried… maybe I am thinking of a Postcard Records band in the present day. “We’re allowed to be loud” is the sort of youthful schisms that belong only to the young, even if James Snyder has been around for decades – A

2 – Money Won’t Change You – Aretha Franklin – Doesn’t cut the original but the only person to come within a million miles – A

3 – So Much For The Afterglow – With its Beach Boys harmonies and sense of pended dread, this promised a long career as a terrific aftermath to their break through. One they couldn’t cash in on – A

4 – Black Top – Julien Baker – Finger pickin’ depression ;love letters writer – B+

5 – Courting The Squall – Guy Garvey – A long way to say you’ve got a friend but I’ll take it – A-

6 – Walking In The Sunshine – Rod Stewart – Not everything in the new one is first rate, but this one is -it finds a place where Blondes Have More Fun isn’t so shallow – A-

7 – Taxi Cab – Tracy Thorne – Remember when Vampire Weekend were rich kids? – in a sense, that is answered on this song – A

8 – Hold You Down (Remix) – DJ Khaled – Rock Ross is all the way back so time for a new album, right?- B

9 – New SHirt – Weston – Beach Slang’s James Synder’s first band sound like Weezer -I mean, really really – B

10 – Don’t Cry – Dave Gahan And The Soul Searchers – Wow, dramatic little fuck – B

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