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Episode 40: Darling Cora

A magnificent vocal powerhouse, plucky guitar arrangements and world music rhythms. It’s big, honest and serenely meditative. Darling Cora’s first full-length release Heart Strung Out is an indie-folk record with guts. I dare you not to get chills. Think Grace Slick, Joni Mitchell’s Ladies of the Canyon, and even the free-form rhythms of improvised beat poetry, all set to jazz/blues orchestral foundation. Get in the loop!!!

Three Albums – Bonus Episode

Jesse and Dylan take on three big albums (each) from their lives. First, we talk about albums we’ve moved past. Second, we talk about albums that were formative for us. Finally, we talk about an album we find indispensible.

In order to save space, we had to take this episode down from SoundCloud, but you can download the file from our DropBox, at least until we get fully settled into our new digs. Join the conversation, let us know what you think. What are your big three?