Daily Dose: Lowland Hum, “When The World Sleeps”

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Daily Dose: Horse Thief, “Human Geographer”

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Daily Dose: Aunt Martha, “Detroit City”

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Daily Dose: Susto, “Black River Gospel”

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Daily Dose: Quiet Company, “How Many Times Do You Want To Be In Love?”

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Daily Dose: Pickwick, “Lady Luck” (feat. Sharon Van Etten)

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Daily Dose: Damien Rice, “The Greatest Bastard”

Damien Rice doing what Damien Rice does best: enfolding his listeners in the warm snug of depression, and the comfort of like-minded company.

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Daily Dose: Cat Stevens, “Tell ‘Em I’m Gone”

Rarely do iconic artists release weighty, relevant new music decades into their careers yet Cat Stevens, also known as Yusef Islam, has done just that with Tell ‘Em I’m Gone. Perhaps this is because the angst, the want for change so evocative of the 1960s is still a very real thing, and Cat Stevens was a pivotol voice of that generation. Or maybe the authenticity of Yusef Islam’s search for the Self through his guitar strikes a chord with us, his audience.  Whatever the reason, this troubador for peace is performing at the Masonic Auditorium in San Francisco on December 12th. Give yourself the gift of a lifetime, and see the man in person.

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Daily Dose: Johnny Flynn, “Lost and Found”

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Daily Dose: The Districts, “Funeral Beds”

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