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Low Red Land: Dog's HymnsDog's Hymns (2008)
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: Dante3000Dante3000
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The use of the internet to discover new music has been a mixed blessing for me. It’s easier than ever to discover new bands. With a click you can find song samples, tour dates and discographies. Another click and you can buy CDs, MP3s and records. In this day and age I have a playlist a week long and a “listen to” list just as long. With such a huge influx of music from around the world, I’m less apt to simply go to a rec center hosting a showcase of local bands I’m unfamiliar with. While the cascade of new music I discover tends to keep me occupied enough that I don’t miss those days, catching a local opener like Low Red Land, opening for William Elliot Whitmore, can make you realize some of the best music happens in your own backyard.
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