Looking for some new music to get through the middle of the week slump? Well, here ya go.
It should be released sometime in April here in the U.S. I really enjoyed it and I was thinking about sharing it with you guys, and I just came across an interview the guys did with NPR’s All Things Considered yesterday (Don’t worry, I have the link below) and I thought okay, it’s a sign I have to share! 🙂
It’s one of those albums that you can listen to and get a few moments of relaxation and peace. I listened to it after a very stressful day and found myself enjoying the music. The EP is a hint of the great full-length album to come. The music has evolved from the guy’s hardcore roots to a more subtle and acoustic sound.
Founded by singer, Peter Liddle, the guys that make up Dry The River have spent their time making music and touring, mostly in the UK. I think they may have done a few shows in Canada, but that is still nowhere near good old West Texas. (Hey guys! Take a trip out to our neck of the woods.) Honestly, all musicians should play a show out here sometime in their career. I have never talked to an artist after a concert in Abilene, where they weren’t raving about the great time they’ve had. (So, hint, hint artists. What are you waiting for?)
Anyways, back to the band. The guys started in the hardcore punk scene, but found their way back to more acoustic, stripped down music, like the music on the EP, “Weights & Measures.” One of the tracks, “Bible Belt” could be called the song that started it all. In the above mentioned interview with NPR’s All Things Considered, the band opened up at the unique story about the video of that song going viral and opening up so many opportunities for the group. The article is a pretty interesting read.
Also, don’t forget to tune into The Appetizer this week. The musical feast will be something you won’t want to miss. BUT, if you happen to miss us, we are saving some leftovers with our new online streaming. Now you can savor the flavors of music wherever you are!