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PiNK {Bootleg Series}

Pink-FestivalThis week we take a look at PiNK as she performs live at iTunes Festival in 2012, luckily for you the ETS Crew we’re there! So enjoy this week’s Bootleg Series!

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00:00 Are we all we are
05:02 How come you’re not here
08:36 U+ Ur hand
12:46 True love
17:00 The Truth about love
21:29 Just like a pill
25:41 Leave me alone
29:14 Family portrait
34:06 Who knew
39:14 Dear mr. president
45:16 Fuckin’ perfect
49:48 Try
54:09 Funhouse
58:11 Sober
1:02:57 Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
1:08:03 So what

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Molly Vamp Webisode

This is an excerpt taken from the ETS Show when Molly Vamp   Performed at Noho2 Studio. To Hear interviews and more performances download the show here: http://www.entertheshell.com/molly-vamp-live/

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#AOTW: The Gents

I feel like new music doesn’t just fall into your lap anymore. It used to be as simple and flipping on the radio and waiting. That’s gotta be happening less and less considering radio has pretty much shit the bed. Can anyone honestly remember the last time they listened to the radio and heard a brand new track, because I certainly can’t.

 

Scratch that. Yes I can, it was Pickwick on KEXP. But still, that was like two years ago so it doesn’t count. Granted there are many more avenues to find music now, but there’s really something about simply flicking the on switch of an AM/FM radio and finding magic. Finding this week’s ARTIST OF THE WEEK was almost as simple as that.

 

I’m not what you would call an “avid tweeter”. Sure I have a handle and what not, but I’m averaging a tweet a week which is a pretty good clip or me, so when I get a new follower, I tend to take notice. This week I got followed by a group of guys known as The Gents. I don’t know why. I don’t really care. All I know is after a little digging I came across their self-titled EP and damnit if I wasn’t delighted. 1238945_532120800242900_1060822537_nThis week’s ARTIST OF THE WEEK: The Gents. Let’s kick things off with their opening track, which is available for free download on their Soundcloud, titled My Days. It’s a harmony filled ditty that will get your feet tapping. No doubt about that at all.

The Gents are made up of these fine gents:

Matthew Blissard: Vocals, Guitar, Bass

Tyler Jordan: Vocals, Guitar, Bass

Kevin Manship: Vocals, Guitar

Martin McCain: Percussion

 

The Gents formed in the Texas musical capitol of Austin where they spend their nights wowing crowds with their heart felt Americana rock that is chock full of three part harmonies. All three of the fellas strumming away on their guitars also happen to be song writers so it’s not surprising when a different member of the band steps up to take the lead on a track, you end up with something that has a completely different vibe. Their overall sound finds a sweet spot in the mix of folk, bluegrass, and southern rock. A song that sways more on the folky side and reminds me of the Barenaked Ladies in the best of ways is Week 2. The Barenaked Ladies never really got their due did they?

It’s weird that this song sounds a bit like the Barenaked Ladies and is called Week 2 and the Barenaked Ladies’ biggest hit was One Week…creepy.the-gents-band

 

Currently the guys are playing in and around Austin, hopefully soon they will branch out. Maybe even make their way to NYC so I can see them. Fingers crossed. For now, download their EP. It’s catchy and fun as all get out.

 

Big Hugs,

Kelly

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Matthew Szlachetka {live}

Photo Credit: Denim Dan

Photo Credit: Denim Dan

In this all new episode of the “ETS Show” we’re talking with Matthew Szlachetka! Sometimes playing in a band is like a love affair, and for Matthew Szlachetka, the magic was gone. After nearly seven years fronting the Northstar Session, the Los Angeles singer and songwriter is stepping out with his solo debut, Waits for a Storm to Find. Now he travels to Noho2 Studio to talk with Turrtle about Iced Coffee and Dolphins! We Want YOU… To Enter The Shell!

Visit Matthew Szlachetka on his Website, FacebookTwitter, Instagram, Sound-Cloud and YouTube.

Enjoy and if you can, let me know what you think! Turrtle [at] EnterTheShell.com

Thanks Again to Noho2 Studio for providing the space! Click Here to see the pictures from the show!

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Prom Date Offers “Good Morning, Boyfriend” For this weeks free download.

Photo by Brian Baiamonte

Photo by Brian Baiamonte

Prom Date’s first full-length album is a testimony to the complex nature of relationships. The ten songs on Portraits highlight how love grows and fades as the distance between people changes. Drawing influence from synthpop legends such as the Human League and New Order, Portraits dresses everyday issues in fabulous clothing.

The group originated as a friend-rock band with penchant for pop music. Experimentation with electronic instruments drew the group to danceable pop music. Prom Date was born from this synthesizer awakening. As The Rebel Agenda notes, “Louisiana’s Prom Date have an 80s aura that exceeds pastiche. Theirs is an 80s electro-pop reverence.”

Check out Prom Date on their Website, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

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James Brown – Ritz 1986 {Bootleg Series}

JBRitzBlogSliderThis week we take a look at James Brown as he performs live at Ritz in 1986, luckily for you the ETS Crew we’re there! So enjoy this week’s Bootleg Series!

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Wandering Gypsies Webisode

This is an excerpt taken from the ETS Show when Wandering Gypsies Performed at Noho2 Studio. To Hear interviews and more performances download the show here: http://www.entertheshell.com/wandering-gypsies-live/

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The Digg (Episode 48)

Digg2In this action packed episode of The Digg, we play new music from the up & coming band Bleachers, plus new music from The Wind & The Wave, plus some Oldies but Goodies!  Enjoy your summer with this action packed episode!

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01. “Instant Karma” – John Lennon off the 1975 compilation album Shaved Fish.  By the album on Amazon

02. “Diamonds (Rihanna Cover/Written by Sia)”- Sia recorded in 2014 on the Howard Stern Show.  Currently unavailable for purchase.

03. “Rollercoaster”- Bleachers off their 2014 album Strange Desire.  By the album on iTunes/Amazon/Google

04. “Raising Hands, Raising Hell, Raise Em High”- The Wind & The Wave off their 2014 album From The Wreckage.  By the album on iTunes/Amazon/Google

05. “Cavern”- Liquid Liquid off their 1983 Ep Optimo.  By the album on iTunes/Amazon/Google

06. “Vampire Girl”- Johnathan Richman off his 1995 album You Must Ask The Heart. By the album on iTunes/Amazon/Google

Check out these Digg shows!

The Digg (Episode 47)

The Digg (Episode 43)

The Digg (Episode 35)

 

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Two Bears North offers “Comeocean” for this weeks free download.

2bearsBlogSliderReminiscent of early Tegan and Sara, the 9-song album contrasts that sense of yearning with an exploration of inner turmoil. With upright and electric bass, vocal harmonies, electric guitar, synth, glockenspiel, violin, trumpet, drums and various percussion, the upbeat tracks contrast with deeply personal and emotional topics for a fun and fascinating journey.

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PL129 Mailbox Submission

StuffedMailboxWe’re opening up our mail and playing some submissions in this episode of The pLAylist! We play new music from Justin Hunter, The Rebel Light and many more! So what are you waiting for, send us your submissions, We Want YOU… To Enter The Shell!

Here’s The Playlist:

1.  Justin Hunter- “T.H.R.O.N.E.S.”
2. The Grisly Hand – “That’s Not Affection”
3. That Girl With Dark Eyes – “Hey Baby”
4. Anthony Rankin – “Melanie”
5. Salt Petal – ”Fight”
6. The Rebel Light – “Strangers”

Let me know your thoughts, email me Turrtle@EnterTheShell.com

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