Hey everyone. I shove off for SxSW in a few hours and figured I’d post a new podcast before I shuttered the site for the week. Well. Kind of shuttered. I’m sure there will be scattered updates from Austin but they’ll be sporadic and of questionable lucidity. If you’re interested you can follow me on Twitter and/or Facebook where I am sure there will be no shortage of updates, hijinks and pictures for use as evidence. But enough about me and my travels…let’s talk about the podcast.
All in all, I think I’ve done a pretty good job putting together an hour of quality listening for all the CxCW kids out there. As always, if you enjoy the show please share it with your Facebook and Twitter buddies. If you really enjoy the show, let me know…it’s always nice to get some feedback.
Justin Otto – Sun [00.00.00]
Jason Isbell – Alabama Pines [00.03.15]
Ha Ha Tonka – Made Example Of [00.07.05]
Slim Cessna’s Auto Club – Three Bloodhounds Two Shepherds One Fila Brasileiro [00.11.15]
Otis Gibbs – Kansas City [00.17.17]
Possessed By Paul James – Shoulda’ Known Better [00.20.56]
Scott H. Biram – Long Fingernail [00.24.30]
James Leg – Drinking Too Much [00.30.20]
Buffalo Gospel – Sunday’s Never Smile Anymore [00.34.02]
Normally, I don’t write about EP’s here on ninebullets. Yes, I know I say that every time I review an EP, and no, I’m not entirely sure why, but I’ve always just deferred to full length releases for coverage. Plus, if I’m being honest, I didn’t even listen to too many EPs in the past. Since getting the radio show I’ve been listening to a lot more cause you never know where a good song is gonna come from. Turn out, actually listening to these EPs just might be the cure for not writing about them. It definitely was for The Good Land by Buffalo Gospel.
Buffalo Gospel are a rather new band out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin who make straight forward mid-tempo Americana songs, and while my description of their sound might be unremarkable, the simple fact is that the 6 tracks on The Good Land are all really good songs. Fortunately, you’re not stuck just taking my word for it as the EP is available on their web site for free, so go check it out.