Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Music From The Inbox (December-Part 1): Featuring Peggy Sue, Pillar Point, JF Robitaille + More

Just because the year is coming to an end doesn't mean that there isn't any new music to listen to. As a matter of fact it is busier than normal right now. I will have to do two posts this December to include all of the great stuff that has been forwarded to me. Another post will becoming up before Christmas. Meanwhile, check these new songs out below:

Artist: Dearly Beloved
Song: "Living Proof"
Country: Canada
Genre: Alt Rock
Album: Hawk vs. Pigeon
Release Date: Out Now
Label:  eOne Music
Further Information: The album actually came out in 2012 and features guest appearances by Broken Social Scene's Brendan Canning and Sloan's Patrick Pentland.

Artist: Peggy Sue
Song: "Idle"
Country: U.S.A.
Genre: Indie Rock
Album: Choir of Echoes
Release Date: January 28th

Artist: JF Robitaille
Song: "Cry (To Keep From Laughing)"
Country: Canada
Genre: Singer-Songwriter
Album: Rival Hearts
Release Date: Out Now
Label: Universal

Artist: Pillar Point
Song: "Eyeballs"
Country: U.S.A.
Genre: Synth Pop
Album: Self Titled 
Release Date: February 25th
Label: Polyvinyl
Further Information: Singer Scott Reitherman has also been involved with indie pop band Throw Me The Statue.

Artist: Mystery Twins
Song: "The River"
Country: U.S.A.
Genre: Stripped down Indie Rock
Album: "Poetry Sucks!" Anthology/Compilation
Release Date: Early 2014
Further Information: The duo consists of Doug Lehmann, on guitar/vocals and Stephanie Brush on drums/vocals. They've been playing together for over a decade as one half of The Clutters, who early on caught the attention of David Fricke and filmmaker Cameron Crowe.

The "River" will be included on the Poetry Sucks!" Anthology/Compilation that Third Man Records is putting out early 2014. This is curated by Ben Swank and Chet Weise featuring a collection of poetry and short stories accompanied by a record.

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