Repeat PLAYLIST! is a recurring feature here at Folk Hive in which we stream the latest track(s) that plays incessantly in the earbuds when we awake at that hour and imbibe massive amounts of coffee and cigarettes in preparation for the advancing day. Consider it your jam(s) of the day — a sweet, sweet gift from me to you. I love you, dude.
It’s so fucking cold and snowy here that I might have died for a few days there. Sorry ’bout that. Also, we’re short staffed at work so my balls have been to the grind and they’re missing. Getting ’em back with a few good jams this morning! I’m listening. You do it, too. It’ll be fun, you guys!
In other news, there are concerts on the horizon. I see Gayngs, Megafaun, Solid Gold, and Willie in the future. And this weekend, the sun makes a triumphant return to the Ozarks. When my brain can get around it, I expect I’ll REpossess the urge to write about music, in all it’s wonderfulness. Until then.
Oh Fallen Buffalo :: From The Window Of A Greyhound [MP3]
Get the album, A Western Death, over at BANDCAMP. It’s free, ya’ll.
Middle Brother :: Portland (Replacements cover) [MP3]
Dudes, Middle Brother is simply kick fucking ass. I highly recommend the jams from McCauley & O’Neil’s recent show at Middle East Upstairs.
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Dry Creek :: A Woman Sings To Me [STREAM]
The Wilderness of Manitoba :: Orono Park [MP3]
Seriously, The Wilderness is like the hippy’s Arcade Fire.