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Baybs' "You're The Only One"

We want more Baybs! Folk rock dreampop duo is a sight for sore ears. We've got our hands on the first two singles and we are waiting ever-so-patiently for some more. If the lyrics below don't give you a sweet little feeling, tune into their single "You're The Only One" for some lovely harmonies, poppy good rockness and a solid time.

"Ocean eyed angel, kiss me on my trembling lips

How the beat of your heart, electrifies my fingertips

When stars collide they burn, burn like the sun

And you and I could purr, roar like thunder"

 

   

Baybs' "You're The Only One"

We want more Baybs! Folk rock dreampop duo is a sight for sore ears. We've got our hands on the first two singles and we are waiting ever-so-patiently for some more. If the lyrics below don't give you a sweet little feeling, tune into their single "You're The Only One" for some lovely harmonies, poppy good rockness and a solid time.

"Ocean eyed angel, kiss me on my trembling lips

How the beat of your heart, electrifies my fingertips

When stars collide they burn, burn like the sun

And you and I could purr, roar like thunder"

 

   

Indie Rock

Time: 
07:00
Band name: 
The Tea Club
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/theteaclubband/
Venue name: 
The Ritz San Jose
Band email: 
   

A Deli Premiere: Leon Rosen’s “Summer’s Edge”

As we reach the end of summer, we are proud to premiere the fittingly titled “Summer’s Edge,” by San Francisco-based Leon Rosen. Rosen feels like a Rufus Wainwright and a Jeff Buckley with the smallest touch of twang and the piano work to match. Rosen’s intimate piano pop is stunning and soothing. “Summer’s Edge” is a beautifully mixed and mastered tune with the right kind of warmth to make us feel like we’re in the room with him. And we’re pleased to know that we can be, soon. He’s playing this Friday, August 30 at Neck of the Woods to debut this and other tracks off his forthcoming album (on F Pop Records). Of “Summer’s Edge,” Rosen says it is “...a gentle sendoff of sorts, saying goodby to summer camp, summer romance, summer nostalgia or perhaps returning to a summer lost--a place where an era ended, at a new time of change.” What a refreshing find. -Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor

   

The Pendeltons' funky sweet “Running Away”

Oh man, we’re pleased to have found The Pendeltons' funky sweetness. What is going on with these keys, these snapping fingers, the harmonies? Solid goodness. Pendeltons (on Bastard Jazz) are perfect to jam with after a long day or at a start of a fresh one: they bring that shoulder moving, positive feeling that we appreciate. They’ve got that soul, boogie vibe while keeping that modern feel. Highly recommend. -Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor