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Staff writer Laura Kazdan takes a look at the latest from El Perro Del Mar, Pale Fire. Be sure to check out the review and give the album a listen.
Ben Anshutz takes a look at the debut album from Friendly People, Shake. Take a look and see why Ben think’s this band is already in consideration for the year’s best album.
Despite hurricane Sandy’s best efforts and the loss of power for the last week, Go Folk Yourself is happy to present the first installment of our CMJ coverage from NYC’s week long music festival. Though the all-powerful mistress of the American Dollar kept us all busy at our at full-time jobs and prevented us from seeing everything we wanted to, we still managed to attend several dozen shows and events. When we did make it out into the CMJ playground, we did it right. Be sure to check out the show reviews from each of our writers!
Katie King takes a look at Mercies latest EP This Is Not About Control. See what she had to say about this recent release.
Take a look at Laura Kazdan’s assessment of Whale Belly’s sophomore album I Was Once a Bird. Whale Belly has become something of a regular on the GFY website and at our events and we’re glad to have them once again. The album follows in its predecessor’s folk rock footsteps, alternating between Sunday morning reverie and hooting and hollering jams.
Newest addition to our writing staff, Laura Kazdan, takes a look at the August 28th release of “My Bonneville”, the latest album from Annie and the Beekeepers. Annie Lynch played a show for us with her friend Mackayla back in January at the Brooklyn Rod and Gun, so be sure to check out what Laura has to say.