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Claire Hawkins doses Americana with a healthy amount of New York on 'Even These Words'

When you think of country and Americana, the clichés might take you to pastures and whiskey and Tennessee. But native New Yorker Claire Hawkins proves that there is room for this genre, even amongst the concrete and taxis of in her hometown. Hawkins debut EP, Even These Words, is a simple, 4 song introduction to the young songwriter's playful, simple lyrics and sing-along melodies. The most memorable line? "My baby got a job at the TSA," she sings on the delightful, sincere "Loaded Gun" (streaming). Hawkins gives Americana a sweet light-heartedness, and I'm interested to see where the next batch of songs will take her. -Geena Kloeppel

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Alt Folk

Date New: 
Wed, 09/13/2017 (All day)
Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Jesse Harris
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/jesseharrismusic/
Venue name: 
Rough Trade
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Alt Folk / Pop

Date New: 
Wed, 09/13/2017 (All day)
Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Wilder Maker
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/wildermaker/
Venue name: 
Rough Trade
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Hayes Peebles debuts his unique alt folk in 'Ghosts EP' + plays Mercury Lounge 8.24

Listening to Hayes Peebles’ debut EP Ghosts elicits the warm feelings that come from a country croon, while a closer look at the lyrics reveals the wisdom of a masterful songwriter. His honest ballads are embellished by his tasteful arrangements (in which he plays guitar and keys), which are too dynamic to fall neatly into the Americana category. He will be playing a show at the Mercury Lounge on August 24th. Listen to our favorite track, “Home” streaming below. - Lilly Milman





Kelly Hoppenjans brings sultry, sentimental pop to Homegrown Taproom (9.01)

More than a few big names come to mind when listening to the careful, quirky alt-folk crafted by Kelly Hoppenjans on her June EP Dreaming Is Easy—Imogen Heap, Brandi Carlisle, Regina Spektor, to name a few. She experiments with her own vocal and artistic range to create a wide soundscape for a singer-songwriter. Her lyrics reveal a complicated battle of emotions that often contradict each other (“you can sell me short and I will buy,” “I’ll wear my tightest skirt and my thickest skin”), creating an emotional experience that anyone can relate to. Catch the sultry, raw pop of Kelly Hoppenjans before she embarks on tour on September 1st at the Homegrown Taproom in Tennessee. - Lilly Milman

Listen to our favorite track “Garden of Little White Lies” streaming below.

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