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Song of the Day: 'Beaten Sacks of Death' by Frank Smith
Frank Smith is not a dude with a guitar (or at least not in this case), but rather an Austin, Texas band led by Aaron Sinclair. The name may have the whiff of anonymity, but the sound is notoriously post-punk…
Song of the Day: 'Bad Blood' by Kentucky Knife Fight
Just in time for Valentine's Day, it's a stormy, steampunk massacre from Kentucky Knife Fight. The St. Louis band's "Bad Blood" runs deep -- and loud.
Song of the Day: 'Fake Heat' by Water Liars
If there were any doubt that Justin Kinkel-Schuster was a major talent as a singer and songwriter, and that Andrew Bryant was an ideal partner in indie folk-rock crime, then "Fake Heat," a track from the forthcoming Water Liars album…
Charting the Music: The Joy Formidable, 'Wolf's Law'
A female-fronted triad explores dynamics with orchestral arrangements and several stomp boxes. "Wolf's Law" penetrates the mainstream and just might launch the Joy Formidable from small-club fame to arena stardom.
Hear and Now: Stream the new album 'Kid Face' by Samantha Crain
Samantha Crain was born in Shawnee, Okla., the same city that fostered fellow musical beasts of the southern-midwest wild, Woody Guthrie and the Flaming Lips.
Song of the Day: 'When You Leave' by Takka Takka
Brooklyn trio Takka Takka finds the indie-pop sweet spot on "When You Leave," lacing together staccato guitar lines and synth circles (or could those be horn samples?) for a bracing yet contemplative sound.
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