Video of ‘Flicker’ directed by Philip Clyde-Smith.
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Paper Beat Scissors aka Tim Crabtree plays beautiful and emotional folk music using his guitar and several other instruments. He recorded his debut EP ‘Flicker’ after moving from Burnley in UK to Halifax, Nova Scotia. The EP features 6 softly sungen songs and can be listened above. Listen closely to not miss out on the interesting background effects like the glockenspiel getting louder and louder at the end of ‘Flicker’.
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Desert Noises are 3 talented guys from Provo, UT whose album “Mountain Sea” is not finished yet, but is going to release on September 6. Until then you can enjoy the live recording of “Oak Tree” in the video over this text. If that’s not enough for you, you should also check out their debut video for “New Man” off their debut EP on Youtube
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Dominant Legs are a five-piece band from San Francisco. While on their facebook page the band describes their style simply as “POP” I would rather call it “Sing-along Pop” or “Sunshine Rock”. Yeah, that one fits nicely. However, the video you can see above to the first single “Hoop of Love” of their debut “Invitation” (in stores September 27) is by the way their first video ever made! So good luck to these kickstarters.
Dominant Legs on Facebook – Download a free mp3 of “Hoop of Love” – Dominant Legs on MySpace
Okta Logue is a psychedelic-rock-band from Germany (oh yeah that’s my “Heimat”). Their new album “Ballad Of A Burden” (out now!) shows their genre at it’s best – nothing less than 60s psychedelic rock. Right over this text you can see the very interesting/amusing/mindblowing video of the album opener “Bright Lights”.
MySpace – Website
Kori Pop is the alias of a Canadian singer. Her debut includes 11 songs, which showcase Kori’s wide range of musical genres. Beside her song “Nowhere Near My Heart”, of which you can watch the video right above, you should also try the ballad “Billie”.
Kori Pop Website