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“Houndstooth writes electric folk songs that talk about everyday sweetness and desolation in a manner that’s as singular and idiosyncratic as singer Katie Bernstein’s inimitable voice. If their songs were pictures, they’d be William Eggleston photographs – overheard stories in heated-up kodachrome speaking of sweetness and tragedy.”

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The Howlin’ Brothers: The Troubled Waltz
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Leo Rondeau: You Ain’t For Me
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Elliott Brood: Mission Bell
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Bill Alexander “The Appalachian Hippie Poet”: Rubble Ground
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Dom Flemons ft. Joe Seamons & Ben Hunter: Cotton Patch Rag
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The Black Lillies: Trying To Start Out Clean
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Bobby Patterson: I’m In Love
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River Whyless: The Hunter & The Gardner Part 3
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Chuck Mead & His Grassy Knoll Boys: Knee Deep In The Wakarusa River
Lake Street Dive - The Neighbors Song

Lake Street Dive: The Neighbor’s Song
Dear Rabbit - With Them Shoes He Only Has One Sock

Dear Rabbit: Wit’ Dem Shoes He Only Has One Sock

Keegan McInroe: I’m Still Here

Sam Lewis: Love Me Again

Jim Oblon: Burnt Child
Charlie Parr - 1890

Charlie Parr: 1890
Shotgun Party: Red Rocking Chair

Shotgun Party: Red Rocking Chair
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