Episode #20 – April 2, 2014

4fc6d1d78b470.preview-620This week the show features music from La Crosse alt-country quartet Shot To Hell, Winona garage rockers Tippler, heartfelt Americana duo Switchback, Decorah’s Klezmer & Balkan music collective Maritza, Winona indie pop act Driftwood Bones, and now-defunct MPLS baroque indie-rock 7-piece Capitol Jay.

The Shot to Hell song featured in this episode is the first track off their 2011 album Somehow Forever. The group has been on and off for over a decade now and is currently busy wrapping up production on a new album, which will hopefully be out in time for the band’s gig opening up for Austin country act Wanye “The Train” Hancock at the Cavalier Theater in La Crosse on June 13, 2014.

As Jason Crider of the Second Supper wrote, “[The band blends] rock and roll bluntness with country twang and a no-holds-barred punk rock delivery; depicting some very dark subject matter in an indirect and sometimes lighthearted way.

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Shot to Hell
“Life in Vain”
Somehow Forever
Independent
2011

Tippler
“Where Do They Go”
Digital Single
Independent
2013

Switchback
“The Mayfly Dance”
Ghosts of the River Folk
Way Good Records
2010

Maritza
“Ale Brider Medley”
Rekindled
Independent
2011

Driftwood Bones
“Can’t Go Home”
Driftwood Bones
Independent
2013

Captiol Jay
“Strange Economy”
Strangers in my House
Limerick Records
2008

Theme Music:
Mike Munson
“Over Now”
Mike Munson
Independent
2013

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