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This is the story of Natalia García Poza, from ’85 from Madrid who, trapped by American music, changed her name to Nat Simons. He composed his first songs, uploaded them to MySpace and verified how they had great acceptance. That led him to play in different venues of the capital, guitar, harmonica and his voice, and to get known in the Madrid music scene with just over twenty years. The wave continued to take shape and getting bigger and bigger. Thus, he recorded a first album, “Home on High”, in 2014 and an EP, “Trouble Man”, in 2015, both with a very good reception from critics and audiences. Specialized radios gave him a place of honor among the albums that played, and that’s how he came to the night when Nat was the opening act of none other than The Jayhawks, in Barcelona. It was there where her leader, Gary Louris, discovered her and set out to work with her.
And we come to the present, to the publication of “Lights”, an album recorded in Durham, North Carolina, where the artist spent a season living in a roadside motel and composing their songs, which Gary himself produces, who also is encouraged to lend guitar and voice to the album. Next to Louris and Nat we find the folk duo Hiss Golden Messenger, and together they create this beautiful album of American music, which turns the artist into one of the best exponents of the genre in Spain.
They compose “Lights” ten luminous songs, which play different genres within the country, with a touch of blues, some other pop, but always with a common denominator, all the themes fit comfortably in the American. If you like the genre, the album will fascinate you. There are more lyrical themes, such as “Happiness” or “Golden Feather”, other more powerful, such as “People” (without being in any case aggressive), “Desire”, more blues, “Into the Woods”, very folk, guitar and voice; and “You just can’t Imagine”, with a more pop touch and in which the voice of Nat remembers very much the one of Imelda May (also goes in that line the fantastic “The way it is”). A voice his, in any case, with personality and about to reach maturity; and an album with a general tone that is friendly and noisy, very beautiful to listen to and that deals with different topics, from love to loneliness among the crowd.
Title Of Album: Production
Year Of Release: 2000
Label (Catalog#): Epic/Naive [ESCA 8178]
Genre: Electro, House, Trip-Hop
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Title: DJ Meyi Presenta Audio Remix Vol. 3
Label: Gonzalo Barrientos (Audio Remix)
Style: Dembow, Pachanga, Salsa, Descarga, Cumbia, Boogaloo, Merengue, Samba
Release Date: 01-05-2018
Format: CD, Compilation, Mashup
Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
Tracks: 197 Tracks
Time: 15:06:53 Min
Size: 1660 MB
??????: El Mundo Frio
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Title Of Album: Cello Fury
Year Of Release: 2012
Label (Catalog#): ABC Records [HD-210]
Genre: Classical Music
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Title: Top Hot 100 USA
Label: USA Sound Promo
Style: Emo Hip Hop, Trap, Cloud Rap, Dark Pop, Future Bass, Alternative, Indie, Funk, Synthpop, Country
Release Date: 02-05-2018
Format: CD, Top, Compilation
Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
Tracks: 100 Tracks
Time: 05:57:19 Min
Size: 818 MB
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The 25th anniversary of Liz Phair’s landmark album Exile in Guyville. On May 4th, Matador Records will release Girly-Sound To Guyville: The 25th Anniversary Box Set. This release is an extensive, limited edition 7-LP or 3-CD box set to celebrate the anniversary of her classic album. The box set contains the first official restored audio of all three 1991 Girly-Sound tapes from the original cassettes. It also contains the 1993 Exile In Guyville album remastered by Emily Lazar at The Lodge. Also included is a lavish, thick book, which contains an extensive oral history by Jason Cohen, plus essays by Liz Phair and journalist Ann Powers. The vinyl version of the book also contains never before published photos, unseen artwork, and ephemera.
Originally released in 1993, Exile In Guyville is a seminal album and a feminist landmark. Its legendary status has only grown over the years. It’s continually included in countless lists…Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest albums of all time + 100 best albums of the 90s, Pitchfork’s Top 100 albums of the 90s, etc. Numerous essays and think pieces have been written about it and the number of accolades piled on is endless.
2. Help Me Mary
4. Dance of The Seven Veils
5. Never Said
6. Soap Star Joe
7. Explain It To Me
10. Fuck and Run
11. Girls! Girls! Girls!
12. Divorce Song
15. Johnny Sunshine
18. Strange Loop
1. White Babies
3. 6 Dick Pimp
4. Divorce Song
5. Go West
6. Don’t Holdyrbreath
7. Johnny Sunshine
8. Miss Lucy
9. Elvis Song
10. Dead Shark
11. One Less Thing
13. In Love w/Yself
14. Hello Sailor
16. Fuck And Run
17. Easy Target
18. Soap Star Joe
19. Any In Alaska
2. Polyester Bride
4. Miss Mary Mack
6. Love Song
12. Open Season
13. Whip Smart
16. South Dakota
Artist: Saara Aalto | Album: Wild Wild Wonderland | Label: Warner Music Finland | Released: 2018 | Genre: Pop | Country: Finland | Duration: 00:42:36
Artist: Willie Nelson | Album: Last Man Standing | Released: 2018 | Genre: Folk, World, Country | Country: US | Duration: 00:33:33
Artist: Skindred | Album: Big Tings | Label: Napalm Records | Released: 2018 | Genre: Metal, Reggae, Rapcore | Country: great britain | Duration: 00:37:28
Artist: Sting & Shaggy | Album: 44/876 | Released: 2018 | Label: A&M Records | Genre: Reggae, Pop Rock
Artist: Kylie Minogue | Album: Golden | Released: 2018 | Label: BMG | Catalog: 538360772 | Genre: Pop
Title Of Album: Beethoven: Complete String Quartets
Year Of Release: 2012
Label (Catalog#): La Dolce Volta 
Genre: Classical Music
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The first decade for DeWolff wasn’t bad. Roger Glover loves them, Seasick Steve dreamt they were The Allman Brothers (apparently true) and they’ve met Robert Plant. More pertinently they are major stars back home in Holland. Five albums at the top of the charts and a festival to celebrate their tenth anniversary.
Now, with “Thrust” they are making a bid to build on that and take the sound to the whole world.
The first thing to say about “Thrust” is that it doesn’t actually, well, thrust at all. It meanders somewhere between blues, soul and psychedelics, and moreover it is often said a band is born out of time. Well, that is certainly true of DeWolff – it is meant as a compliment (and would no doubt be taken as one too) to say that these 11 songs have no interest in sounding like its 2018 whatsoever.
That being said, the opening track “Big Talk” has its lyrics rooted in the here and now. Specifically, the rise of the Dutch right-wing idiot (and yeah, we’ll happily publish that) Geert Wilders, but you can – if you just want to enjoy the music – do that.
Fuzzy, and sounding like an American band rather than a Euro one, and its authentic too, given that the band record in their own analogue studio, but it’s true skill is where other bands (hello, Rival Sons!) might disappear into lengthy jams, DeWolff don’t.
Instead, they inject a sense of urgency by having minimal gaps between cuts, meaning that even the likes of the organ heavy rocker “California’s Burning” or the soul drenched – and absolutely gorgeous – ballad “Once In A Blue Moon” just keep coming at you.
And, these boys can write a catchy 70s infused stomper at the drop of a hat, it seems. Never better than “Double Crossing Man” – which is shot through with the spirit of John Fogarty and CCR. Under three minutes too, it is close to perfection as you’re going to get.
“Tombstone Child” is an arena rocker in waiting, and dare we suggest that if it was on a Lenny Kravitz record then he’d have another gold disc on his wall, and “Deceit And Woo” – apparently written on the day of Trump’s inauguration – is back to the political. It slams too, if politics ain’t your bag, and it does a really nice blues thing for kicks.
“Freeway Flight” on the other hand, with its odd harmonies, is first gentle, but moreover proof that they’ll do things in their own way, while “Tragedy Not Today” is the sound of a band who is totally comfortable in its own skin.
A rock influenced album, but so much more, “Sometimes” even nips off down some path signposted reggae for a wander, “Swain” wouldn’t be amiss on some Motown compilation from the 1960s, while the brilliant closer “Outta Step And Ill At Ease” is exactly the sort of thing Seasick Steve had in mind when he said they were like the Allman Brothers.
DeWolff are – so they claim – outta step and ill at ease in la la land – and if I was to hazard a guess I’d say “la la land” was the world in 2018. Who can blame them either, for looking back to the past to find some relevance in the present? “Thrust” does. Lyrics from today, music from last century. It is a brilliant combination and it makes for a fabulous album. And one that sets up their second decade just fine.
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Singer-songwriter and former Fiery Furnace Eleanor Friedberger has announced her fourth solo album Rebound, the follow-up to 2015’s New View. For the new record, Friedberger says she was inspired by the sounds and aesthetic of “’80s dark goth pop,” and unlike New View, Rebound makes use of drum machines and a Juno synthesizer.
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One of music’s most enduring voices and composers, Rita Coolidge will release her dramatic and poignant new solo album, Safe in the Arms of Time, on May 4th on Blue Élan Records. The album marks the two-time Grammy winner’s return to songwriting, and as she did in her acclaimed 2015 memoir, Delta Lady, she drew inspiration for her new material from her personal journey. Coolidge, who co-wrote three of the album’s 12 wondrous cuts says,
“I’ve written so many songs assuming a role like an actor, but this time I got to write from experience. This is the best record I’ve ever done. I’m extremely proud of it.”
— rita coolidge