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Worth Watching – London Grammar, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Old Sea Brigade

London Grammar’s ode to a dream, New Zealanders and rod puppets, and is there such a thing as Southern Dreampop?

By Paul Marszalek
TheTop22.com

London Grammar’s Californian Soil has unfortunately almost completely fallen through the cracks at U.S. radio. Thankfully they’ve cultivated a strong fan base without airplay. Their latest very unconventional single is “America,” which could sound great on specialty shows, and could also live up the spirit of weekend “acoustic” programming…

New Zealand’s Unknown Mortal Orchestra is garnering spins a NON-COMM. In particular, “That Life”…

Nashville-based, Atlanta-born Ben Cramer performs under the name Old Sea Brigade. This one has been floating around a bit, but seems to be gaining some momentum with its southern dreampop sound. Check out “Day By Day”…

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