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  • Thistled Spring Thistled Spring Quick View

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    Thistled Spring

    Horse Feathers third album, second on Kill Rock Stars,Thistled Springdisplays a rich progression more textured and lush than the band's previous two albums, it also captures the skillful interplay of the band's current touring lineup of Justin Ringle (on vocals & Guitar), violinist Nathan Crockett, cellist Catherine Odell, and multi-instrumentalist Sam Cooper. Lyrically Ringle continues to explore broken relationships, longing, and pain, but this album has an undercurrent of heat that translates to a thawing of frozen hearts, and music which rushes like spring torrents, all of which points to a resurgence of life after a hard winter.
    01 Thistled Spring
    02 Starving Robins
    03 Belly of June
    04 Cascades
    05 This Bed
    06 The Drought
    07 Vernonia Blues
    08 As A Ghost
    09 The Widower
    10 Heaven's No Place
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    So It Is With Us

    Horse Feathers' fourth album on Kill Rock Stars turns over a new leaf: Justin Ringle, the man behind all ten years of Horse Feathers, has the following to say about the making of this album, and the current state of his band: "I wanted to stop. I did all the touring for my fourth record - Cynic's New Year - and ended the year 2012 disillusioned and defeated. I didn't touch my guitar for months, which was the longest I had gone in about 15 years. I thought that my career in music was over and wondered if I even wanted to do it anymore. After an arduous period of selfdoubt and discovery, I finally arrived at the enlightened idea that maybe it should just be a little more fun. I had grown weary of talking to people after shows who said that my last record "helped them through their divorce". I have always been flattered by that sort of thing, but I realized what I wanted to hear was how my last record helped them "have a great weekend". If you have heard any of my previous records you will realize that this transformation from "divorce" band to "weekend" band would be a tall order. And it was! I wouldn't say we've become a "party band" overnight, but I certainly tried to change things a bit. I enlisted friends to play with me that I trusted and had known for years. Along with longtime bandmates Nathan Crockett (strings/mandolin) and Dustin Dybvig (percusion/drums/keys), I threw Justin Power (bass/vocals) into the mix to have an honest to god rhythm section for the first time. With Lauren Vidal on cello and Brad Parsons singing harmonies, we played an impromptu show at Sasquatch and people liked it. We liked it, and the unusual feeling that I had after that show - which I think is referred to as "joy" - became something I wanted to experience again. I shared more. I stopped editing myself as much. The joy of playing live became its own reward, and I dared myself to allow that joy to shape the songwriting. In the end, I was able to let it go, and I don't own it anymore. Which also feels like joy. That's the way it was, and so it is with us."
    1. Violently Wild
    2. Thousand
    3. Dead End Thanks
    4. Why Do I Try
    5. Small Melody
    6. Old Media
    7. Irene
    8. Middle Testament
    9. The Knee
    10. What We Become
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  • Hors d'Oeuvres Hors d'Oeuvres Quick View

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    Hors d'Oeuvres

    Having recently relocated to her home state of Virginia from Philadelphia, Annie Sachs (a.k.a. Tickley Feather) has recorded her newest album Hors D'oeuvres. Recorded in an old dilapidated farmhouse in the Shenandoah woods, Hors D'oeuvres brilliantly captures Annie's Southern Gothic meets Existential Hillbilly vibe. Focused around a sense of joy, the new material is a marked change from her previous work and its sense of moodiness and oppression. Imbued with a purposeful anthemic quality, these songs reach out to the listener embracing a hauntingly beautiful tension.

    1. Muscles

    2. Sure Relaxing

    3. Don't Call, Marylin

    4. Buzzy

    5. Trashy Boys

    6. Not A Drum

    7. Roses Of Romance

    8. Fly Like An Eagle

    9. Club Rhythm 96 And Cell Phone

    10. Tickley Plays Guitar
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    Broderick & Broderick

    10" Album Includes Cd Version of Album and Digital Version of Album


    Broderick & Broderick is a collaboration
    between renowned artist and multi-instrumentalist
    Peter Broderick and his father Steven.


    Peter is known for a number of projects, from
    his solo instrumental works such as Float to his work
    with bands such as Efterklang and Horse Feathers. He
    has played with M.Ward, Laura Gibson and Loch
    Lomond. Peter has scored a number of lms, while his
    most recent release, 2012's "These Walls Of Mine,"
    consisted of 10 vocal and lyrical tracks. He currently
    resides in Berlin.


    From the liner notes of Broderick & Broderick:


    I don't think Steven is very comfortable in the
    spotlight. On the rare occasions I've had the courage to
    suggest putting a microphone in front of him and his
    guitar, the common response has been a humble shrug
    and a rain check. And then a lot of time passes before
    we see each other again and I'm left with my
    imagination when I want to hear one of his songs,
    faintly but surely engrained in my musical memory.
    Recalling those melodies and often learning to
    play versions of them myself has been the red thread of
    my own musical practice. Somewhat of a recording
    enthusiast (or addict?) myself, I couldn't fathom a
    project more meaningful than a session with Pop (as he
    is known to us kids). So when I found out he would be
    coming to Berlin for a few days at the end of June
    2012, my mind ran wild with hopes and dreams of a
    chance to nally capture those sounds.


    Team Love is proud to present the result of this
    idea to capture the melodies that were engrained in
    Peter's psyche as a child. It's an additional honor to
    have Peter's sister Heather Woods Broderick featured
    on the album. Her vocal on the track "Let Me Love You
    For Free" opens like a ower and stamps the release
    with a mark of sheer beauty.

    1. Four Cats, Three Dogs, Several Ducks And A Rabbit
    2. Let Me Love Your For Free
    3. Ashokan Farewell
    4. The Thunder Dance
    5. POop's Song
    6. Let Me Love You Again
    Broderick & Broderick
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  • Glider Glider Quick View

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    Glider

    Beautiful post-folk ballads a thing of tremendous sonic depth one of the year's best debuts BOOMKAT


    A bold and beautiful album CYCLYC DEFROST


    haunting and atmospheric. THE 405


    ...compelling...it never dissolves after the first listen instead it only acquires new layers, new musical textures. THE GUARDIAN


    It's a ravishing, terrific, gorgeous album-the rare kind that throws its listeners into reverie. PORTLAND MERCURY


    Heather Woods Broderick excels at distilling her experiences into a soulful melancholy
    that's enduring both for it's intimate relatable moments and its persistent
    sense of mystery. Her uncanny ear for evocative production and gorgeous vocal
    harmonies serves her well on her new album Glider. Throughout the album, the rich
    dreamlike atmospheres she creates hint at a darkness looming on the horizon, while
    the singularity of her ethereal voice always seems to linger long after the music has
    stopped.


    As a talented multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Heather has had the opportunity to
    record and tour with plenty of incredible artists including Horse Feathers, Efterklang,
    and Sharon Van Etten, which has kept her moving house and traveling around
    the world for much of the past decade. She's currently living in Portland, Oregon,
    but it's easy to imagine how her peripatetic lifestyle might diminish her sense of a
    place to call home, while also strengthening her resilience, and her connection to
    the reassuring constants in her life. As she explains Living in so many different
    places has made me able to feel pretty comfortable everywhere. Her uncommon
    sense of ease and grace, despite her hectic life, stems in part from her deeply
    rooted and intertwined musical and familial background.


    Music took root in Heather's life before she was even born, when her parents, both
    musicians, met for the first time at one of her mom's gigs, which her dad was
    attending. The two married and moved to Maine where Heather, second of three
    children, was born at home. When she was 8-years-old the family moved across the
    country to Oregon, and soon after moving, she asked if she could take piano
    lessons, a practice she would continue through high school and into college. In
    elementary school band she learned flute, and later picked up cello and guitar.


    Though the songs on Glider aren't explicitly about touring, her life on the road
    provides the backdrop and context for her songs that are often about relationships
    that naturally fade as two people grow apart. I've realized that I really used the
    songs on Glider and the time I put into writing them as a way to pay some attention
    to things I'd been putting off, and to find some clarity around certain events, says
    Heather. Building on what she learned from her first solo effort From the Ground
    (2009), the dynamic structures and emotional complexity of her new songs are
    evidence of how much she's grown as a person and as a songwriter. More confident
    and self-assured than ever, songs like Fall Hard evolve from vulnerable bare piano
    and vocals to hypnotizing swells of vocals reminiscent of Grouper or Cocteau Twins'
    Elizabeth Fraser. Her voice soars in stride with a wall of guitars on Wyoming,
    while Mama Shelter introduces a gentle groove as Heather conjures the sensuality
    of Stevie Nicks. The album closes with the heartbreaking All for a Love, ending
    with the refrain I can see our love is dragging you down. As dark as the sentiment
    can be, Heather always seems to be leaning into the light.

    1. Up In the Pine
    2. Mama Shelter
    3. Fall Hard
    4. Wyoming
    5. The Sentiments
    6. A Call For Distance
    7. Desert
    8. Glider
    9. All For A Love
    Heather Woods Broderick
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