Few and Far Between and The Wolf Who Cried Boy

A foggy AM here in Oakberg. Time for some electro pop to go with the gray fuzzys. Yes, a little new wave Romantica from across the Atlantica will do nicely. They’re actually not from Europa I don’t think, but the sound on this track is pleasantly 80’s Paris London Berlin. It’s the Wolf Who Cried Boy Remix, Coming to Get You baby. From an entire album of remixes of Few and Far Between by various artistes. Approval.

Few and Far Between
“Coming to Get You (Wolf Who Cried Boy Remix)” (download mp3)
from “Farewell Sea”
“Coming to Get You (Wolf Who Cried Boy Remix)” (play)
(Elkion Records)
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Red Iron Orchestra’s Absurdly Good Debut Featuring The Epic “Klara”

Dang this is purty. Wanna hear some big shiny guitars as wide as the sky, draped over mountainous drums, and grand, expansive vocals? Look no further. This record touches something uniquely American, and it’s interesting that it was recorded in Detroit and not like, on a high desert plain somewhere flooding over with liquid sunset. Red Iron Orchestra, lads and ladies, with a real stunner. Big, majestic, patient, subtle, broad, original, and just essentially awesome. You gotta hear this.

Red Iron Orchestra
“Klara” (download mp3)
from “Red Iron Orchestra”
“Klara” (play)
(Elkion Records)
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Few and Far Between Stage An Uprising

GR8 bands are Few and Far Between. Haha sorry, I had to! But really, these guys are hot. They play a kind of intelligent prog-modern-rock with a lot of heart, and sizzling good production qualities. Smart lyrics, compelling vocals, massive guitars and drums – why it’s a little modern rock radio lightning in a bottle. “Uprising” is a song from their “Calm In Detroit” EP. Indulge.

Few and Far Between
“Uprising” (download mp3)
from “Calm In Detroit”
“Uprising” (play)
(Elkion Records)
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