Mouthfuls is a favorite album of mine.
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Fruit Bats are great, I have a memory of discovering them back when the song You're Too Weird came out through a good DJ friend of mine.Have you listened to the Eric D. Johnson record from 2014?
Have you listened to the Eric D. Johnson record from 2014?
No I haven't. Any chance you could share a particularly good track? I have a lot of travel ahead of me in the next 48 hours. Could use some new music.
Minor Miracles is my favorite track and might be one of the best songs he has written between this and Fruit Bats. The entire album is solid and can be found here, Soundcloud is at the bottom.
Someone said on youtube before that they would love the DJ of KEXP to bake them cookies. She is adorable.
Yeah, I could see why someone would say that. She has a very comforting personality. Kind of Fred Rogers-esque.
Heck yeah KEXP!
KEXP is the BEST. I posted a great set from James Mercer on kexp a while back.