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Looking Back: 2003 – Wheat’s Per Second, Per Second, Per Second…Every Second

Posted by Greg on Aug 24, 2018 in Music

With the latter days of summer now upon us, we thought we’d take some time to revisit our favorite summer album. As our previous post about Hootie and the Blowfish indicated, we are unabashed radio-rock fans. And no band pulled off radio-rock in 2003 better than Boston’s Wheat.
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New Release Friday: Darren Jessee – The Jane, Room 217

Posted by Greg on Aug 24, 2018 in Music

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After more than a decade using the moniker Hotel Lights, Ben Folds Five (BFF) drummer Darren Jessee has finally attached his given name to a project. His debut album, The Jane, Room 217, is a mesmerizing album and arguably the best record he’s ever released post-BFF. Read more…

 
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Artist of the Day: The Blue Dahlia

Posted by Greg on Aug 15, 2018 in Music

Last week, Dahlia Dumont, who performs under the moniker The Blue Dahlia, released her sophomore album La Tradition Americaine. Featuring her airy and jaunty ukelele playing, the album is a cornucopia of emotions and one that signals the arrival of an inspired and novel singer-songwriter. Born and raised in Brooklyn to a French family, Dumont is adept at singing in both French and English. Read more…

 
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A Look Back, Twenty Years Later: Hootie and the Blowfish – Musical Chairs

Posted by Greg on Aug 15, 2018 in Music

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We’re exactly a month away from the 20th anniversary of Musical Chairs, the third release from South Carolina icons Hootie and the Blowfish. Having recently seen the band at their annual Hootie Homegrown Festival, we’ve been on somewhat of a Hootie kick over here at the SITH headquarters. Naturally it has led us to this criminally underrated album. Read more…

 
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Band of the Day: Salt Cathedral

Posted by Greg on Aug 14, 2018 in Music

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We have been fans of New York City duo Salt Cathedral since their earliest days when they went by the name Il Albanico and were a quintet. Read more…

 
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Song of the Day: Guster – “Hard Times” and “Don’t Go”

Posted by Greg on Aug 7, 2018 in Music

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We’re taking a creative liberty and nominating two tracks for today’s Song of the Day. New England quartet Guster is hard at work on their eighth album and have a fall tour already planned out (see below for tour dates). Read more…

 
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New Release Friday: The Eyebrows – Volume

Posted by Greg on Aug 3, 2018 in Music

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Volume, the debut release from Charlotte, NC trio The Eyebrows just might be one of the best albums released this year. Read more…

 
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Artist of the Week: Mary Chapin Carpenter

Posted by Greg on Aug 2, 2018 in Music

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Our artist of the week is a bit of a departure from the norm but so be it. Mary Chapin Carpenter has weaved together a very nice career for herself. Read more…

 
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Band of the Week: The Last Bison

Posted by Greg on Jul 27, 2018 in Music

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One of our favorite bands of the past decade is Virginia’s The Last Bison. Originally a roots-rock septet the band has thinned out over the years. Read more…

 
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Joe Iadanza Emerges After Six-Year Layoff

Posted by Greg on Jul 27, 2018 in Music

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Long Island-based singer-songwriter Joe Iadanza has returned after a six-year hiatus with his newest single “Thunder Road.” Read more…

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