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The Wind Up Radio Sessions

Red Brick House (Independent)

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Though the name is confusing, The Wind Up Radio Sessions have nothing particular to do with the radio---this is a poppy folk record made by two brothers and a friend. It starts off with a folkier sound, but hits nearly danceable numbers by the end. The songs feel summery and earnest, youthful and emotional, lyrics carefully constructed. The Sessions are at their strongest with peppy Wilco-like tracks like the swaying pop sound of “Oh Well” and the keyboard-driven “Photocopies;" some of the slower songs feel overly clean and Radio 2-friendly.

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