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Cedar Teeth Celebrate "Winter" in Spring

 *photo by David Greenwald

Cedar Teeth's indie roots run deep. Their genre bending nod to roots rock and Americana has warranted them show slots with famed Pacific Northwesterners Hillstomp and Fruition, but their upcoming second album, Farewell To Green Mountain, is sure to take them steps closer to that historic bluesy status.

"Winter" is the first single to come off the sophomore effort, and ties the romantic adventure of budding love to the glories of the seasons. Lead singer Dylan Martell sweetly sings of his personal and positive experiences on the matter, with lyrics including “When we meet, there won’t be winters.” Such a beautiful sentiment is backed by incredibly powerful plucking, driving this ballad home in all of its sweetness.

Listen to "Winter" below and be sure to check out the release show tonight at the White Eagle with General Mojo's and MOsley WOtta.

Saturday Night Sounds: Glasys - "The Pressure" & "The Great Abyss"

For tonight's Saturday Night Sounds, we're blasting two singles off Glasys' September release The Pressure

A master at the keys, Portland by way of Tel Aviv, Isreal instrumentalist Gil Assayas shares animated vocals with faultless keyboard and synth playing to make jazzy electronic you can't help but dance to.

Give a go to Glasys' title track and the very Halloweeny and socially commentating music video for "The Great Abyss." While you're at it, plan on checking out his set at Kelly's Olympian on the October 11th with Vancouver's The Yacolt Burn and Seattle's General Mojo's.


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