More Music from the Inbox, 17 April 2013: Louellen, Among Brothers, Dexters, Goodbye Stereo and More

By Larry Lootsteen

Artist: Louellen, “Medicine”

Album: N/A

Love the name.  Love the sound.  Love it!!!

Sounds like:  Joy Division took a tranquilizer



Artist: Among Brothers , “Jollica”

Album: The Split

Their own description says it all: Gourmet post-gender chamber-pop!!

Sounds like:  A pop-rock opera



Artist: Dexters, “Start To Run”

Album: N/A

This London based outfit is releasing this song May 23rd.

Sounds like:  Noise, purposeful noise


Artist: Goodbye Stereo, “Waves”

Album: Island

Such a distinct voice with some very forceful sounds.

Sounds like:  Trying to wash away your sins



Artist: Deb Oh & The Cavaliers, “Primacy”

Album: Hieroglyphs

Gee, do you like music that has meaning?  Makes a statement?  Moves you to anger?  Wills you to change?  This NYC based band has chops.  Seriously, look farther.

Sounds like:  Classical indie pop with depth


Deb Oh & the Cavaliers – “Primacy” (Official Video) from Deb Oh & the Cavaliers on Vimeo.


Artist: Sunshine, “Star Spangled Rammer”

Album: Sunshine

Vancouver based, this group does the indie world proud with some eclectic and intense work.

Sounds like:  Bang and blame and a little shame

Link/Listen/Watch:  Listen at Soundcloud

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