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New Busy Bee Project EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

A Stranger Is a Friend You Haven't Met is the latest EP from Busy Bee Project, a.k.a. Deb Gilmore. It is out now via Good How Are You Records. A free-floating, folk dream commences as one listens to this five-song selection. Absorbed in the casual, upbeat instrumentation and the inviting, natural elegance of Gilmor's vocals, one quickly feels at home in these new sonic surroundings. From the moment of introduction, a new affection is forged.





New Pet LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

The dusty haze of Pet's folky, lo-fi melodies is breezy, simultaneously soothing, and emotively affects. With Hell Yeah Ulysses, the group taps into a sparse simplicity - one which highlights the pleasant, loose, jangly stir, without obscuring the lyrics. Much like the sparkle of sunlight off the morning dew, there’s a delight in the natural whimsy of it all. This new collection of songs quickly forges a memorable familiarity, as if they were always there.





New Black Horse Motel EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

And Then You Were Gone is the new EP from Philly quartet Black Horse Motel, and is out now via Single Batch Records. Fortified with succinct harmonies, the country-folk hybrid emotionally pulls as the dramatic momentum of strings accents the intense nature of each recording. There’s a smoke-clearing suspense that exhibits personal strength yet still aches.





New Track: "Without" - Jonny Clousson

“Without” is the latest single from North Carolina transplant and singer-songwriter Jonny Clousson. The song ponders the potential changes that life will bring, after moving on from someone. It takes that emotive leap forward, and creates an enthusiastic/ailing dynamic. You can catch Clousson performing this Saturday, August 11 at Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse, along with Josh Alvarez and Nathan Gray.





Burlington's Emma Cook & Questionable Company release breezy "You Know Why" & play ArtsRiot (8.9)

The Burlington-based folk trio Emma Cook & Questionable Company has a mythic origin story; co-creators Andy Feltus and Max Guyton began playing music together as roommates at the University of Vermont, and later met Emma — with whom Andy fell in love. The trio played their first show together on Halloween in 2012, and have been an unstoppable force ever since. Yesterday, the trio released their newest single “You Know Why” (streaming below), a jazzy folk track that leverages Emma’s incomparably smooth vocals to create something that sounds close to magic. Their next show will be at ArtsRiot in Burlington on August 9. - Lilly Milman, photo by Kayhl Cooper

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