Thursday, January 24th 2013: Maude / Money & King / Vox Pop

8PM TONIGHT ($8):

  • Maude makes fuzzy, dirty, playful nineties-inspired rock.  They remind us of of Pavement with hints of Sebadoh.  These tunes are just sloppy enough, and make for an engaging live experience.  Listen here.
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  • Money & King:  “Brooklyn band Money & King was formed in 2010 by singer/songwriters Brandon Goldstein (drums) and James Sparber (acoustic guitar), along with bassist John Loggins. Joining them on lead guitars, keys, lap steel and harmonica are Brady Bagger (Colonna Sonora), Tyler Cash (Henry Wolfe), Jeff Mensch (Bel Air), and Sean O’Brien (PAPA). Finding the root of their inspiration in the album-based electric folk rock and country of the late sixties and seventies, childhood friends Brandon and James started Money & King after a decade pursuing other musical projects on opposite coasts. The band has just finished making their first full-length album, Across The Cul-De-Sac, which will be released in February 2013.”  Listen here.
  • Vox Pop:  American and English musicians join forces across the pond.  “Guitars, cellos, violas, snare drums, synthesizers, medieval harmony and glockenspiels are often deployed in their sound; varied and numerous voices and musicians are featured on Vox Pop’s recordings.”  The result is the best kind of infectious indie pop.  Listen here.

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