Video of the Day #73: Matt Kline

I just watched this video half a dozen times in a row and absolutely love it. Therefore I have to share it with you. Matt Kline was a member of The Fox Hunt and he also wrote plenty of amazing songs for them. Even though I don’t really like the name of the band, I really love their music and the previous album Long Way To Go was the album of the year 2010 here at onechord.net. After the album Matt Kline quit the band and that was a big shock because I think he wrote and sung many of those Fox Hunt songs that I loved the most. But he didn’t quit music completely and I’ve been following his Facebook page since I noticed there was one. Tonight he posted this video and even though this is just a live video, I love this so dearly and keep on watching it over and over again.


Matt Kline’s Music Page at Facebook

(and if the person who shot this video, wants me to remove it, I will do that. I just had to post this live video because Matt Kline is so brilliant and so unknown).

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Koria Kitten Riot – An Anthem from the 80′s

The second Koria Kitten Riot album The Lows & The Highs will be released on 19th of october by Solmu Records. The lead single is entitled An Anthem from the 80’s and you can check it out below (or on Koria Kitten Riot’s brand new website). Kyr Records will release the album in Germany, Austria and Switzerland later on. I’m really looking forward to this.

Koria Kitten Riot – An Anthem from the 80’s from Antti Reikko on Vimeo.

Koria Kitten Riot Website

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Power Pop #10: The Greenberry Woods – Oh Christine

The Greenberry Woods released two great pop albums in the mid-nineties and I can recommend both of them extremely highly or even monstrously (by using the Not Lame scale). This Räkärodeo classic Oh Christine from the debut album Rapple Dapple has always been my biggest favourite. After The Greenberry Woods The Huseman brothers started another fantastic pop group Splitsville. The third key figure in the band Ira Katz started a band called Wonderfool. I probably have not heard anything from them. Let me know, if I need to do something with that.

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