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Not a fan of The Decemberists like many are, but I love Ray Lamontagne, Feist, and Glen Hansard/Marketa Irglova (specifically the Swell Season).
Oh and don't forget the greats like Dylan who got the prog /indie /folk genre started.
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and at around the same time, saw the lead singer of the Decemberists playing open mics before he formed the band - we went to the same university and had mutual friends...absolutely a book worm, he is...not a front at all - at a get-together at his apartment, he and some others were enjoying their beer with a discussion on Nietzsche...felt a tad out of my element.

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Okkervil River

Blind Pilot

The jezabels

Margot and the nuclear so and so's

Portugal. the man

The Rural Alberta Advantage

The Veils

Kay Kay and his Weathered Underground

The Radio Dept.

Two Gallants

 

 

 

 

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Portugal. the man

 

Wow, that's an oldie. I guess I kind of forgot about them after their first album for some reason. I should check them out again.

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It's too bad this thread was allowed to languish.  I have recently become a fan of Elizaveta and her Beatrix Runs album.  listening to Odi et Amo right now.   She is classically trained with an operatic voice.

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They've already been mentioned, but I just started listening to Bombay Bicycle Club. What the heck! This is great!

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Pavement

Royal Trux

The Young Fresh Fellows

The Silver Jews

Palace / Palace Music / Palace Brothers / Will Oldham

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They've already been mentioned, but I just started listening to Bombay Bicycle Club. What the heck! This is great!

 

If you like BBC, Chapel Club is another band you may like. (Big Smith's influence for both)

 

Palace

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If you like BBC, Chapel Club is another band you may like. (Big Smith's influence for both)

 

 

Thanks for the recommendation. YouTube'd. The singer looks almost like the twin brother of a guy I know. It's seriously creeping me out! Haha.

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I'm really liking The Pillows today as well.

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I am currently listening to this ... you guys can give it a try

 

Lovedrug - Wild Blood

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Here's my review of the upcoming Dum Dum Girls End of Daze EP for Positive Feedback:
http://positive-feedback.com/Issue62/dumdumgirls.htm/

I love it.

Sorry bout the strange formatting, on my iPad.
Was psyched to find this thread.

Peace,

Michael
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Andrew Bird and The Mysterious Production of Eggs -- by Andrew Bird

 

There is a nice variety of instrumentation that appears throughout this album (my favorite of Bird's so far). It adds an interesting sonic texture that goes hand in hand with his lighthearted, yet witty lyrics. The guy also whistles. 

 

 


Edited by SoItGoes - 7/30/12 at 4:00pm
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Is anyone a fan of, or heard these guys before? Pretty sure they're doing a European tour with Howler as we speak. 


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The Jezabels are always good, I like the Cribs too (Johnny Marr was in it for a while) 

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