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Nights At The Roundtable - Brown Recluse - 2011

Nights at the Roundtable with Philadelphia Indie/Psych/Alt band Brown Recluse and "Impressions Of A City Morning" from their 2011 album Evening Tapestry.

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<strong>Brown Recluse - five years in the making - and worth it.</strong>

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Jumping into some Philadelphia Psychedelia tonight (well . .sort of Psychedelia - more Indie/Alternative but . . .) with Brown Recluse. Tonight's track is off their long awaited debut album, Evening Tapestry, and it's always nice to hear a band make strides in their sound and direction.

Impressions Of A City Morning is one of those nicely evocative songs we're really not all that used to hearing lately, and that's a shame. There's some good writing here and its well crafted.

A good song from a band that's been around for a while and still perfecting it - a positive sign for being in it for the long haul.

Check them out, check them out on Soundcloud and check out their label Slumberland, who have a lot of interesting artists associated with them. Further evidence music is still alive and well. It's just doing different things in different ways.

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