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Dent May– Because you know what music you like, but you don’t know much about Mississippi (except how to spell it).
Steve Gunn– An intoxicating guitar song is as necessary as water.
Spectre Folk– Pete Nolan. Pete Meehan. Steve Shelley. A pretty and twisted racket…
Woodsman– Get foggy!
tooth ache.- Intricate soundscapes from a Vermont solo star.
TASTES to whet your appetite…
Dent May: Eastover Wives
tooth ache.: Skin
Also previously posted: “Mr. Franklin” by Steve Gunn.
Here’s Tooth Ache, a Vermont band (with fans in Mountain Man, another Vermont band that covers a Tooth Ache song, “Holy Father.” You know it, “You must be some holy son and father son and only father… one, one, one, one.). The music of Tooth Ache is mystical and hums with curiosity. “Skin” is intoxicating–what with those hand claps, angelic voices and synth-y keyboard lines.
There’s something to be said about the music that is haunting solely because of its simplicity. That’s what’s up with “Skin.” The break down comes at both the obvious and perfect point in the song. And…. repeat.
This song will come out on the “Lazarus/Skin” 7″ on Father/Daughter Records in late August or early September. Tooth Ache plays Silent Barn on June 29.
Tooth Ache: Skin