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You may have came across his name in liner notes or articles on some of the hits of the last decade, but it seems Roy Hamilton III wants a bit of that spotlight that his contemporaries have had with a bit of his help.
He’s now releasing music on his own, and he’s testing the waters with a mix-tape situation called The International, with the first video from it being “Sexy Chick”. If you enjoy the song and want to hear more, The International mix-tape (actually a 5-song EP) is available as a free download, which you can access by clicking here (23.57mb). Here’s the track listing:
1. Sexy Chick – Roy Hamilton III Remix
2. Have Sum Fun ft. Selina Carrera of The Axixs
3. I Got A Fast Car – Fake Blood/Mars Remix
4. Lemme See U Wine – Roy Hamilton vs. Major Lazer
5. The InviZible Man – The International 30Hz
Josiah Wolf is one part of the equation that is the group Why?, whose last two albums have been on many best-of lists for the last few years and the decade as a whole. Wolf is taking on a new adventure which coincides with a recent move in his life (he returned to the midwest after years of living in California), and that adventure is a true solo album appropriately titled Jet Lag (Anticon).
I’m not going to copy the bio for the album verbatim, but I will say this. Judging from the description, it is an album that digs deep into Wolf’s life of the last few years, revealing emotions, thoughts, and ideas that music fans enjoy listening to. Ut not only helps open the door slightly towards the artist, but fans are able to say “yes, I can relate to this”. Now when I say “true solo album”, it means that he played every instrument on the album, so perhaps he’s honoring the 40th anniversary of Paul McCartney‘s first “true solo album”, McCartney, or maybe he’s pulling a Todd Rundgren, or maybe he’s just being Josiah Wolf.
Pitchfork states that it’s a chance for Josiah to move away a bit from the shadow of his younger brother Yoni Wolf, who has been known for his work with Reaching Quiet and cLOUDDEAD. No need to make Kinks comparisons, there’s still brotherly love here and as the album hits real and virtual streets on March 2nd, Josiah will perform solo before joining the rest of his Why? bandmates on a spring tour.
You can listen to one of the tracks from the album by clicking here and looking for the link. “The Trailer And The Truck” sounds like one of those songs you don’t want to share with anyone, because you feel a wider audience would only help to water its intensity. Share it anyway, and bring a durable umbrella just in case.
May 4th is when you’ll be able to to hear, in full, the second album by The Shondes, My Dear One (Fanatic). It has been two years since the release of their debut (as reviewed in The Run-Off Groove #185) and the group have gained attention for their music and live performances. They plan on bringing in more fans into their movement, which will begin at this year’s SXSW when they take part in the Fanatic Records Showcase at the Beauty Bar on March 16th.
If you’ve been impatient on waiting for new music, take a listen to the title track from their forthcoming album. I’m liking it.
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Discovered this book review blog when someone had posted a review of a music book. Went through it and saw a number of books I immediately put on my want list. Created by Maria Popova and features a number of contributors.
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The show is no more, but you may explore the archives of this great Portland-based podcast while you can. You may now listen to Cort & Bobby in Welcome To That Whole Thing, listed below.