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Song of the Day: “Fight Song” by Bad Bad Hats

Bad Bad Hats, a three-piece band out of the Twin Cities, had me hooked back in 2013 with their first EP, It Hurts. I can’t help but feel like dancing when I hear Kerry Alexander’s light and playful voice layered over acoustic guitars, clapping, and even kazoos. Their song “Super America,” about the gas station chain, remains a…

Song of the Day: The Fall by Keith Johns

Another submission, another excellent single! They just keep rolling in. This one’s from a group called Keith Johns (after the lead singer-songwriter), based in Miami.They released their first EP just last year, called Maps and Plans, and “The Fall” is the first single off of their upcoming debut, Grateful Fool. What’s interesting about Keith Johns is that they are able…

Song of the Day: Competition by The Dodos

Today while perusing Pitchfork, I came across a review for The Dodos’ new album Individ, which is set to release in less than a week (woot woot). The preview track for the upcoming release is called “Competition,” and if you’re a fan of the group’s early material, chances are you’ll love it. Featuring their signature intricate drum tracks, laid…

Song of the Day: From Gold by Novo Amor

Ali Lacey is the man behind Novo Amor, producing alternative folk tunes from the UK. Ali emailed me his new single, “From Gold”, and said it would “fit in nicely” with my blog. I gave it a listen, and couldn’t help but agree! On the Novo Amor Facebook page, Ali mentions Bon Iver and Daughter…