More Music from the Inbox, 08 May 2013: Jarad Miles, Verde, Delaplains and More

By Larry Lootsteen

Artist: Jarad Miles, “Ooh Child”

Album: In Ancient Waves

Album out soon as will a video for this song.  Proud son of Portland, Oregon

Sounds like:  Swirling wind and waves

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Artist: The Delaplains , “Gypsy Blood”

Album: Gypsy Blood

Another in the long list of quality Manchester Bands coming up.  Release out now.

Sounds like:  A 60’s sensibility guided by an 80’s mosaic made totally today

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Artist: Verde, “All In Good Time”

Album: Verde

This quartet is from Long Island, NY and trying really hard not to take it all too seriously while putting quality into every track

Sounds like:  A bit of a Rage Against the Machine vibe

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Artist: Terranomaly, “Hard Rockin Two Fisted Stogie Smokin’ Woman

Album: N/A

How could I ignore a title like that?  These Nashville rockers are having a great time…

Sounds like:  A bit of System of a Down meets Frankenstein

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Artist: Foreign Talks, “The Spell”

Album: Foreign Talks

This Vancouver, Washington based band’s debut has some great sounds!

Sounds like:  A little Flamenco indie rock!

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Artist: Michael Feuerstack, “Bones in the River

Album: Tambourine Death Bed

This guy is based in Montreal is starting out solo with this debut album.  You may know some of his previous work as Snailhouse.

Sounds like:  Memories, not lost but trying to lose them…

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is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 30+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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