New Music From The Inbox, 11 April 2016: The Bandicoots, Great American Canyon Band, WOLKOFF, Vaudeville Etiquette, Butch Bastard

By: Juliette Jagger (@juliettejagger)

Artist: The Bandicoots “Could You Get Me To Tomorrow?”
Album:
Quarters At The Penny-Arcade
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Off of their forthcoming EP, Quarters At The Penny-Arcade, “Could You Get Me To Tomorrow?” from Hamilton’s The Bandicoots is the story of two low-level gangsters chasing loot and finding love.

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Artist: Great American Canyon Band “Only You Remain”
Album:
Only You Remain
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Off of their recently released debut LP of the same name, “Only You Remain,” is some of this duos greatest work yet.

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Artist: WOLKOFF “While You Still Can”
Album:
Without Shame
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Off of her forthcoming album, No Shame, due out on April 15, “While You Still Can” from WOLKOFF shows of this Toronto bread electro-pop heroine’s penchant for rhythmic vocal runs and breathless falsettos.

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Artist: Vaudeville Etiquette
Album:
Aura Vista Motel
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Off of their forthcoming release, Aura Vista Motel, “Crosseyed Crazy” from Seattle outfit Vaudeville Etiquette is a brilliant homage to the classic freewheelin’ country duos of yesteryear.

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Artist: Butch Bastard “Live”
Album:
Single
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There is something wholly intriguing about Butch Bastard (the pseudonym of Ian Murray, formerly of Poor Moon) and it’s on full display in this live video shot from atop the singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and director’s own bed. No frills. No bullshit. Just sweet sweet emotion.

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Juliette Jagger

Juliette Jagger is a Canadian music journalist. She is on Twitter @juliettejagger.

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