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Tuesday, July 18, 2006

One from the Office

So the new job has really cut into my blogging career. Never a career, obviously/actually, but if I keep the late nights up it can never ever be.

But I'm bucking the tendencies and posting a quick one from the office cpu. Albiet at 6pm, but a post none-the-less. No worka gonna keepa me down...

Biru brought this one into my field of vision and I am greatly grateful (while eating grotesque and grandeous grapes). Horse Feathers are featured on the new PDX Pop Now comp that's floating around. Perfect new-roots/old-time with the necessary violin and banjo, this two-piece Portland, Oregon outfit makes beautiful music that fits very well next to Sam Beam. And by next to I nearly mean at the same level. Their full-length debut, entitled Words are Dead, is scheduled for a September release. Check it:

Horse Feathers - Finch on Saturday.mp3

1 Comments:

  • At 9:25 PM, Blogger Flatlander said…

    Nice find.

    The tunes from their myspace site are worth the trip.

     

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