What I’m Currently Digging – March 1-3

breaking ice

A friend who reads this blog suggested I post about things I’m digging lately. The past few days I’ve finally come across some stuff worth posting. If that friend is reading this, I sincerely mean to write you back by the end of this weekend.

WHITEY – SEVEN EP – I’m on song 3, and already obsessing. The second track is called Dog and Wolf for crying out loud. Also Why is it that my favorite artists release all their tunes for free, and let you choose to pay? I paid. Talented people gotta eat, and (hopefully) make more tunes.

NOEL GALLAGHER’S HIGH FLYING BIRDS – CHASING YESTERDAY – I’m in for a lovely evening with this Oasis rockstar in a few months. I did a first run of the new album today, and starred a bunch of the tracks. One in particular, but I forget the name right now, is particularly haunting, and I can’t wait to turn it into some kind of photograph. Only one negative-ish-comment: Pretty much every song is lovey-dovey. I miss my Digsy’s Dinner days.

SIGNAL TREE – A local band working on a new release. I listened to some songs they have been working on a few days ago. And you know what? Tonight one of them randomly popped into my head, so I had to listen to it again. The singer’s voice is unlike anything out there, at least in my opinion, and the music that goes with it is rather intricate. They put Native American ties into the songs, which makes it have a neat story. More on these guys later.

I don’t have a relevant photo at the moment, so I slapped on an ancient picture of ice. Fitting for the current weather.

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