Guy Capecelatro III – The Smallest Darkest Things

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Guy Capecelatro III has a new album out called The Smallest Darkest Things. The new album is dedicated to the memory of Brown Bird’s Dave Lamb who passed away in 2014. The album contains several amazing originals plus cover versions of Brown Bird’s song This Mountain Road and Jason Molina’s Long Desert Train. This special release ends to Guy Capecelatro III’s beautiful and moving tribute to his dear friend. There are no words to properly describe How to Begin (for Dave), but it is a loving and personal tribute filled with warmness and human fragility. I’m not sure should I even post such a personal song, but I do think it’s a song that everyone should hear. Guy Capecelatro III and stunning How to Begin (for Dave).

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Mitä helvettiä nyt taas – Tässä kylmässä kaupungissa (single)

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Mitä helvettiä nyt taas is a new Vaasa-based guitar pop group and they just released their debut single Tässä kylmässä kaupungissa. The band might be new, but you might know the members Timo, Andy, Ove and Paati from other great bands such as The Sugarrush and The Lieblings. If you’ve enjoyed anything I’ve done here at onechord.net over the past 15 years, you probably should send them a thank you note, because these boys and the music they made in the late 90’s and early 00’s were a big reason why I started this site back then. Unfortunately I haven’t had the chance to praise them that much over the years, because they haven’t been the most active musicians at least when it comes to releasing the material they’ve written. I’m already on the verge of quitting and I’m still waiting for the first The Sugarrush full-length to actually come out during the existence of this blog. But hey, now is not the time to convince them to release the unreleased The Sugarrush albums, because we have a new song out and available from their new group and it’s mighty good. Mr. Ken Stringfellow also plays guitar on this awesome pop song, if you need some extra motivation to hit that play button right now. Such a brilliant song.

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Shotgun Jimmie – Field Of Trampolines

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It looks like we’ve again reached that time of the year when one can only see the daylight through a factory window. It’s dark when you go to work and it’s even darker when you get back home. So as an addition to overdose of vitamin D pills, I’m gonna need a hefty dose of bright and refreshing indie rock to keep my spirit up. Thankfully I remembered that I still haven’t bought the latest Shotgun Jimmie album Field Of Trampolines and I finally did that last night. It came out very early in the year on the always great Canadian label You’ve Changed Records and as expected it’s a damn good way to fight the darkness. Catchy melodies, witty lyrics and a whole lot of fun. Might well be the best album this fine gentleman has released. Difficult to understand why the hell didn’t I purchase this instantly when it came out, but better late than never and all the other cliches. Here’s a couple of great ones from the album.

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