Catherine L. Tully

Mylo: Destroy Rock & Roll

When Sir Elton John endorses your music, you know you are somebody. And Mylo is–no doubt about it. This CD is quite simply; fabulous.

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The Wood Brothers : Ways Not To Lose

Chris Wood (MMW) teams up with his brother, Oliver, for some fantastic–yet mostly mellow country-folk, gilded with a nice bit of blues to round out the sound.

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Girls In Hawaii: From Here To There

Ask yourself–do you like Belgian indie-pop? Not a question most people can readily answer off the top of their head, but that is Girls In Hawaii–who are actually guys. Confused yet?

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David Gray: Life In Slow Motion

Those expecting to hear the David Gray we knew from his breakthrough album White Ladder will be disappointed. But that doesn’t mean that his new album Life In Slow Motion is a let-down, it

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Halloween, Alaska: Too Tall To Hide

Halloween Alaska’s latest Too Tall To Hide, delivers a unique sound. It is tough to elicit a “warm” feeling from electronic music, but Halloween, Alaska has mastered that difficult task. There are flashes of the eighties, and peeks of bands like The Postal Service here and there, but ultimately this CD reaches out and seeps into the cracks with far more mood and substance.

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Orenda Fink : Invisible Ones

Most people who have heard of Orenda Fink know her as one half of
Azure Ray, but her CD, Invisible Ones, says that this lady can stand

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Head of Femur: Hysterical Stars

A big, hearty salad of sound is the way to describe Hysterical Stars by Head of Femur. Musicians Matt Focht (vocals, guitar, also of Bright Eyes), Ben Armstrong (vocals, keyboards, drums, ex-Commander Venus) and Mike Elsener (vocals/guitar, also of Solar Wind) form the backbone of this Nebraska based indie rock “supergroup.” But Head of Femur has brought in a large number other players on their second full length album. Where else can you hear a trumpet, gong, glockenspiel and violin all wrapped up in a pop album?

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