Moroccan Role: Band of Horses - <i>Everything All The Time</i>

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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Band of Horses - Everything All The Time



I had not heard Band of Horses prior to reading the Pitchfork review, but I read music blogs with regularity and saw their name mentioned on a few occassions.

Their sound is very reminiscent of a few current indie-ish acts-- My Morning Jacket and fellow Sub Poppers The Shins immediately come to mind. The vocals are a nearly spot-on ringer for Jim James'...without the vague southern tinge.

But, their newest album Everything All The Time is an undeniably enjoyable listen. Ten strong tracks-- no filler to speak of...this album will hold us over for a bit. 2006 has thus far proven to be a weak year for music, so this album is a welcome break from this. Besides a handful of albums (Arctic Monkeys, Liars, the Knife, Fiery Furnaces), this year has not really had much to offer.


Give the stand-out tracks below a listen...you won't be disappointed.


Tunes:

Band of Horses - "The Funeral" (PC: right click, "save as" | Mac: ctrl click, "download linked file")

Band of Horses - "Monsters" (link expired)

Band of Horses - "The First Song" (link expired)



Buy the album here!

1 Comments:

Anonymous Tim said...

I'm a huge fan of this album. I definitely see the My Morning Jacket comparisons, but I like them MUCH MORE than MMJ.

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