2016

The Weather Station

“Plain but elegant, simple but intricate… Her songs feel very much like attempts to understand and appreciate the world in spite of its bitter ills; like the most basic forms of folk music, a term Lindeman readily embraces, they come with intent and aim.” – Pitchfork

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Fernando Viciconte

Argentina-born Fernando Viciconte came of age musically in L.A. fronting the popular  hard rock band Monkey Paw. He moved to Portland, OR, in 1994 and released Season in Hell, a downbeat collection of country rock, in 1996. His sophomore effort, Widows, saw a harder-edged approach that at times recalled his Southern California days.

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Richmond Fontaine

YOU CAN’T GO BACK IF THERE’S NOTHING TO GO BACK TO Décor Records is proud to release the tenth studio album by the kings of literate rock, Richmond Fontaine, their first in five years this March 5th, 2016 on cd, download, LP and deluxe vinyl.  Richmond Fontaine’s songwriter, Willy Vlautin, says of the album “This

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Lewis & Leigh

Wales and Mississippi’s Lewis & Leigh, respectively, released their sophomore EP, Missing Years, a month ago to the day. A four song set of 3 originals and a Coldplay cover that almost made me enjoy the band, almost. If Coldplay consistently sounded like Lewis & Leigh, they’d have a fan in me.

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