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Surfing Strange

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Dust in the Gold Sack
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Watered Down
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Mermaid
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Parts of Speech
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Melanoma
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Echo Locate
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Loretta's Flowers
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Glare of the Sun
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Unwanted Place
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Young
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Curdled
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 33:37

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Marc Hogan has been occasionally getting paid to write about music since 2003. His music writing has appeared, with enormously varying degrees of regularity, in...more »

11.05.13
Swearin, Surfing Strange
2013 | Label: Salinas Records / Believe Digital

Swearin’s music has nothing to do with the beach, but Surfing Strange is a fine title to describe where the casually accomplished four-piece finds itself on its second album. The Philadelphia-via-Brooklyn band is poised at the crest of several consecutive waves: Where 2012′s self-titled debut fit neatly into a revival of “indie rock” bands that sounded like a specific, latter-1990s ideal of the genre, the latest from Swearin’ coincides with a spate of often female-led… read more »

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Twin sisters Allison and Katie Crutchfield first turned heads in Alabama junior high pop-punk band P.S. Elliott and kept them spinning in lo-fi Brooklyn duo Bad Banana. But it's worth noting that their current, most lauded and longest-running musical endeavors a) sound like none of the above and b) enlist only one twin per act. Katie's over there doing shimmering acoustic folk under the name Waxahatchee. Allison's fronting the double-caf, four-on-the-floor rock band Swearin'. And while… more »