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Review: The Naptime Shake

22 Oct


by Melissa Crowe

The Naptime Shake’s new album, Blood and Panic, entertains thoughts of olden days. It’s not worn out Soggy Bottom-style — unless your bottom gets soggy at the mention of lap steel, a horn section and kazoos. Blood and Panic lingers around the tune of some great errr- (forgive me) neo-Western jam bands.

Noah Bailey’s voice envokes some hint of The Doobie Brothers cross-bred with Jeff Tweedy throughout the album. It would be interesting to calculate the beard-twang coefficient… Any takers?

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Rundown: NX35 Saturday & Sunday

12 Mar

This may be the longest yet. In fact holy fuck I can’t believe I did this as a combo. Continue reading

Rundown: NX35 Friday

11 Mar

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Rundown: NX35 Thursday edition

10 Mar

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