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1/2/3/4 — #01 — New Beginnings

Featuring the sweeping orchestral sounds of Cam Butler, driving Tunisian rock from Bargou 8, dreamy electronic pop from Glider Pilots and gorgeous experimental chamber folk from Anna & Elizabeth.

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1/2/3/4 — #255 — Leaving Limousine

Featuring the latest release from Chicago band Fran (aka Maria Jacobson) “Leaving,’ it finds the band at a crossroads of loss and possibility, forged through a preoccupation with the climate crisis as well as newfound contemplation of the intertwined nature of theology and religion. Angular, precise and filled with melodic entanglement, this is another rising female singer songwriter from the constantly evolving Chicago music scene. Excellent!

1/2/3/4 — #255 — Leaving Limousine

Featuring the latest release from Chicago band Fran (aka Maria Jacobson) “Leaving,’ it finds the band at a crossroads of loss and possibility, forged through a preoccupation with the climate crisis as well as newfound contemplation of the intertwined nature of theology and religion. Angular, precise and filled with melodic entanglement, this is another rising female singer songwriter from the constantly evolving Chicago music scene. Excellent!

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1/2/3/4 — #254 — Steady for Three Decades

I’ve followed Canadian rock band Sloan for a very long time. Thirty years in fact! It’s hard to think of another band that has stayed as consistent for three decades musically and still has all the same band members for their entire career. Thirteen albums later, slow and steady wins the race. Their latest offers power pop glory. Highly Recommended.

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1/2/3/4 — #253 — Out of The Running

Los Angeles-based songwriter Spencer Hoffman has been gigging for a decade, since he, his brother and their high school friends formed the band Honyock when he was age 16. He’s just released the first music released under his own name. Recorded during isloation and under duress, this release is overflowing with gorgeous melodies and literary references, it’s a celebration of the togetherness of humanity.

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Quiet Space — #221 — Careful Now

James Murray is an incredible composer and producer of slow minimal electronic music. He returns with his first solo album in three years on the Home Normal imprint. ‘Careful Now’ is a radiant, soft-focused work of wide-eyed romanticism and childlike innocence. It is an album of heartfelt humanity and purity of spirit that can indeed ‘draw light’ into our very being as the final track attests.

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