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CASHMERE JUNGLE LORDS
BLOODSTONE FOLLIES
LITTLE ABNER

Eclectic and quirky indie rock is what the Richmond, VA trio Cashmere Jungle Lords deliver on the 15-track BLOODSTONE FOLLIES. Sounding like Beck as channeled through Tom Petty, this act's mix of Americana, Brit-pop, and southern fried surf rock lays down a subdued soundtrack for lounging in the hammock at home on a lazy afternoon on cuts like "Only Friend" and "Boilermaker". Add in some '60s pop-rock flare and a penchant for embracing melody as displayed on the Roy Orbison-esque darkening of "Killing Floor", the Who-esque regalia on "Summer Horoscope" and the Beatles-like jangle of "Everything Revolves Around You" and you can get an idea of what kind of aural treat you're in for when popping this versatile band's disc for a spin.
www.cashmerejunglelords.com
- Mike SOS