The Dan Ryan, John Wesley Coleman III, Tony Presley (of Real Live Tigers), Guts Club

The Dan Ryan
“It’s a re-imagining of folk music, a la Devendra Banhart, though imagine that being recorded inside a bubble or beneath water” – Austin Town Hall
https://thedanryan.bandcamp.com/

Tony Presley (of Real Live Tigers)
“Tony Presley sings beautiful folk poetry in low, undulating tones like a tearful lullaby on a quiet summer night. The purity, sincerity, and unassuming intelligence in everything he does makes your heart ache and your spirit smile.”– Hometown Heroes Music Blog
https://reallivetigers.bandcamp.com/

John Wesley Coleman III
"Listening to anything by John Wesley Coleman III is bound to be at least one thing: fun. He’s dubbed himself a “trash poet,” but the fact is that his work spins together comedy, music, and storytelling, all while Coleman dabbles in visual arts and screenwriting, too."– Paste
https://johnwesleycoleman.bandcamp.com/releases

Guts Club (New Orleans)
"The murky depths of the ocean conceal all sorts of things: monstrous and mysterious giant squid, unearthly organisms that live without oxygen, degraded petroleum products headed up the food chain. According to New Orleans-based Guts Club, there are also whales with legs, and those guys are real stuck-up assholes."–Spin
https://modfi.bandcamp.com/album/shit-bug

 

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