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Tag Archives: New Music 2012

Tig Ol’ Wolf Bitties.

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Share This.Duo Jakob Owens and Dave Cappa may have very well created the most infectious song of 2012. Forget all tunage that you have come to know over these meaningless 11 months–”Wolf Tits” is where it’s at and “Wolf Tits” is where it will stay. Get “Wolf Tits” →here.← Also, get your official “Wolf Tits” tee →here.←

A Review of Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City.

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Share This.Nowadays Hip-Hop has been conveyed in the form of an audio commercial that is constantly talking about material non-sense or items that are way out of most Americans’ financial status purchase capabilities. Bentleys and bitches, hoes and clothes, but is that all we truly know? Guess that is what happens to a music genre that chases the dollar; it tends to lose its way–the way of the people. It Read More

Bring Them Both.

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Share This.Wait a f@¢king minute! Where the hell were we when this song came out? Performed by the British duo, AlunaGeorge, “Your Drums, Your Love” is a heavenly serenade of discontent and heartbreak. Accented with quirky but über dope choreography by Brooke Milliner, the video is a visual metaphor for two former lovers who keep running into one another. Directed by Henry Scholfield, the video also features the art of Arran Gregory. The Read More

The First Act with Hunter & Wolfe.

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Share This.I would like to welcome you, dear reader, to the first installment of the newest column at Quiet Lunch Magazine: The First Act! This column, penned by yours truly, is a comprehensive music feature exclusively for small, local music acts… local to anywhere. Lesser known bands rarely get the press they need to expand their fan base and reach people in a way that can offer the band a Read More

In Love with a Banshee.

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Share This.It isn’t necessarily fair to compare an artist to another artist during an album review but it is something that we are seriously considering doing at the moment. It’s not like we haven’t done it before. After all, we’re not doing it to diminish the artist’s body of work — in fact, we view it as a compliment. Great minds think alike and we’re simply in the business of Read More

Art Rejex.

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Share This.Brooklyn rapper Joey Bada$$ is feeding the masses another brilliant serving of well done tunes. The material isn’t exactly new but it is certainly new to us. Titled Rejex, the project consist of songs that didn’t make the cut for the epic 1999. “1999 Rejex is a compilation of tracks that didn’t make it to my debut mixtape 1999(obviously). I decided to put this project together because I have a lot of Read More

A Walk Through Wallingford.

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Share This.We here at Quiet Lunch have an insatiable hunger for music. No matter the genre or time period, if one thing is for certain it is that when your ears are graced with a melody that hooks you, you have no choice but to fall victim to it. Mike Mahoney’s Wallingford is a collection that is progressive while giving us that nostalgic feel for the jazz our parents and Read More

A Clockwork (Ocean).

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Share This.Waiting in the wings for the right moment to strike, Frank Ocean’s highly anticipated debut album, Channel Orange, is sure to force you to tune in. His preview drop, “Pyramids” is as if flipping through audio channels; a 10-minute journey through snapshots of a multitude of musical genres. Definitely not one to be predictable, the track demonstrates Ocean’s lust for keeping his audience on its toes by giving us Read More

Neneh Cherry’s Thing.

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Share This.Reemerging from a years-long hiatus, international pop star of the 80′s and early 90′s Neneh Cherry is back with an album of remixed and refurbished covers. The “Buffalo Stance” singer (and big sister to Eagle Eye Cherry) takes the concept of re-doing to an elevated level. The Cherry Thing is a showcase and reminder of why Cherry is an artistic force to be reckoned with. She brings a subdued, Read More

The Future of Coexisting.

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Share This.The xx announced the title and release date of their forthcoming album last week. The indie pop trio, formerly a quartet, has received tons of accolades since their 2009 debut, xx, and since then many fans — new and old — have been pining for another offering. Their second will be titled Coexist and is slated for September 10th release. While we wait, we decided to list three of our Read More