Lev Bely, 05.01.2013 22:42
Jacob Morris has been properly playing cello since four, and not long ago he finally released the debut LP “Moths”, which was recorded in the very “Music City” Nashville, where they traditionally serve good stuff. Country music is of special meaning there, so Morris' moths got to be first-rate. Although the “Wet Cigarette” starts with surprising “You've got Australian lips”, the album is surely worth listening to in full, and can be streamed on the Paste Magazine website http://www.pastemagazine.com/blogs/av/2012/12/album-stream-jacob-morris---moss.html.
Whilst American NYC band Bishop Allen officially plays true indie rock and has in its past Harvard University attended by some of the band members, they still seem to be tending to the same Nashville and country: on their second album “Bishop Allen and the Broken String” released in 2007, besides oboe and sax you can also hear banjo and trendy “not-just-a-small-guitar” ukulele, which is played in the “Butterfly Nets”.
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