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Paul Burch – ‘Meridian’

Paul Burch is a piano playing Nashvillian who loves honky tonk. His latest project is "Meridian Rising," and it's a musical autobiography of the father of country music Jimmie Rodgers. Here's a track called, "Meridian."


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Nadia Reid – ‘Call the Days’

Nadia Reid is a young New Zealand based folk musician with a new album called "Listen to Formation, Look for Signs." Here's a track from it entitled "Call the Days."


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Chairlift – ‘Ch-Ching’

Caroline Polachek and Patrick Wimberly are the duo behind Chairlift. Their new album, "Moth," comes out in January, but we can hear a track from it now called "Cha-Ching."


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Suburban Lawns – ‘Janitor’

Suburban Lawns were a post-punk band from Long Beach, California in the late '70s early '80s. They only released one, celebrated album and a few weeks back, the label Futurismo released it again. Here's a track from it called "Janitor."


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Dungen – ‘Akt Dit’

Swedish psych-band Dungen have a new album out titled "Allas Sak," which Google tells us, means "Everyone's thing." It's certainly been our thing the past couple of days. Here's the album's first single, "Akt Dit."


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The Mantles – ‘Doorframe’

The Mantles are a pop group that call the Bay Area home. They have a new album coming out on October 16 called "All Odds End." Here's the album's lead track, "Doorframe"


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Los Colognes – ‘Golden Dragon Hut’

Los Colognes are a six-piece blues band from Nashville with a soft spot for Dire Straits. Don't take our word for it, take a listen to "Golden Dragon Hut," off their new album "Dos."