Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Midweek Roundup: Free MP3s from Radio Moscow, Henry's Funeral Shoe, John Heart Jackie, video from Pancho-san

If you like rock, this is a good week for you...

Radio Moscow's new disc The Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz came out last week, reviewed here, and they've made another song available for free download here: "Speedfreak".

Henry's Funeral Shoe, a Welsh duo playing blues-based punk-infused rock, whose new record Donkey Jacket was also reviewed recently here, is making another MP3 available: "Anvil and Chains".

John Heart Jackie, revisited from a recent folk-focused Midweek Roundup - here's a free download of their cover of "When You Were Mine".

When You Were Mine by RiotActMedia

And from Pancho-san, a SF-area band consisting of Patrick Abernethy (formerly of Beulah and Rogue Wave), Eli Crews (Beulah) and Pat Spurgeon (Rogue Wave) which self-released its 2010 debut album, Oh, Mellow Melody, here's their first video, "Kick The Fences Down". Jangly and ethereal at the same time, with a bit of a Syd Barrett feel. If, like me, you were unaware, give a listen and go check them out.

Pancho-san "Kick The Fences Down" from Jim Granato on Vimeo.

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Jim Granato said...

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