november mp3 roundup

We’ve finally hit bottom – the bottom of our inbox anyway. Here are the last of our backlogged mp3s. Thanks for listening!

DeVotchKa – Along the Way

GEMS – Void Moon

Mikky Ekko – Pull Me Down

Caspian – Halls of Summer

Heart of Hearts – Love of Pearls

King of Spain – Green Eyes

My Jerusalem – Born in the Belly
Other Lives – Take Us Alive
The Helio Sequence – Hall of Mirrors
Passion Pit – Constant Conversations (St. Lucia Remix)

Paper Bag Records vs The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
Featuring Rural Alberta Advantage, Born Ruffians, The Acorn, and more!

i love the moment that you command

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On March 24th, 2011, The Rural Alberta Advantage headlined the night at High Noon Saloon in Madison, Wisconsin. Drawing from both Hometowns and their new release, Departing, RAA the three-piece put out an amazing amount of sound for band with no bass and lead acoustic guitar.

Singer/guitarist Nils Edenloff didn’t disappoint with the unmistakably unique timbre of his voice and guitar, and Paul Banwatt made himself known on the drums (seriously – he can’t be ignored and why would you try to when someone’s this good?). On the keyboard was Amy Cole, her sweet, thin voice rounding out their signature sound.

Check out our videos below for performances of some of our favorite songs from Hometowns: