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Published on November 28th, 2018 | by Larry Lootsteen


More Music From The Inbox 28 Nov 2018 The Good, The Bad & The Queen, Mythos, Shira and More!

Artist: The Good, The Bad & The Queen, “Merrie Land”

Album: Merrie Land

Damon Albarn at his absolute British best

Sounds like:  the glory that is the story, told


Artist: Mythos, “Kawakari”

Album: Eros

Beautiful instrumentals from this Vancouver talent

Sounds like:  ambient flow sets the scene


Artist: Shira, “Earth Is The Right Place For Love”

Album: N/A

I love the vocal from this NYC artist

Sounds like:  a beautiful tribute to her father


Artist: Alle, “Creatrincos Velve”

Album: Mara

Intriguing new music that hit home today

Sounds like:  Jazzy, swirling, emotive


Artist: Unwill, “I’ll Be Damned”  

Album: Can’t Kill Me

This New York State band is making me very happy

Sounds like:  a brilliant meld of rock styles and sounds


Artist: The Great Sabatini, “Still Life With Maggots”

Album: Goodbye Audio

Out of Montreal and all sorts of interesting

Sounds like:  life kind of feels these days


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