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Recs from Meghan Wolf

posted March 10, 2010, 9:00 am by dscanland | Filed Under Recommendations from the Celebrity Mind | comment Leave a Comment

Tags: Meghan Wolf, Rachel Platten, Dallin Applebaum, Owen Beverly, Recommendations

Meghan Wolf

Meghan Wolf quietly released Theory of Gravity late last year to rave reviews. We caught up with Wolf and found out some music that keeps her motivated:

Owen Beverly: Shooting the Bull – heartfelt, soulful folk rock. This guy is a great storyteller with an incredible voice.

The Little Death – serious, sexy, blues infected rock. Down and dirty sound, lit by some truly incendiary vocals by Laura Dawn. Sounds like your favorite dive bar on a Sunday afternoon.

Br’er: Filled With Guilt And Diamonds – lush, experimental avant-garde/ pop. Darkly beautiful; minimalist yet soaring and complex. Homemade artwork on the album makes it all the more special.

Dan Torres – his live show is so killer. Amazing voice, catchy songs. Popular with the ladies. Solo or with his excellent backup band, he performs with a lot of heart.

Dallin Applebaum: Fortune Cookie – her debut EP sounds like a great mix of Regina Spektor, Fiona Apple and something all her own. Great lyrics, awesome voice. Live, she samples and loops tones from wine glasses filled with water.

Rachel Platten – really awesome, feel good pop. Super catchy melodies and songwriting. See her live, she will make you smile.

Second Floor Stories – I love this band. They just finished mastering their CD. Intimate, thoughtful harmony vocals over gentle strummings and straightforward arrangements. Onstage, these two girls and two guys switch instruments and stare shyly at the floor.


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