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Amy Mendoza | Suicide On the AM Dial

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Suicide On the AM Dial

by Amy Mendoza

Although the term “desert rock” may have gradually faded from the general public’s consciousness, it’s still very much a part of the Southwestern musical mystique: a rootsy vibe, with hints of Americana lining the edges, but not overtly twangy except as demands a particular tune; grittily energetic and at times richly dramatic, informed equally by the punks of the late ‘70s and the alter-natives of the recent past; literate in its storytelling and poetic in its ability to channel a wealth of moods; and just elusive enough to avoid strict categorization, its purveyors typically stoic sorts for whom the sand, sun, stars and moon represent inspiration, not isolation.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. On the Walls
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2. Forgot How to Care
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3. Better Left Unsaid
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4. Killing Me Alive
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5. Chasm
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6. Suffer On Me
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7. Just Ok
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8. Lost in Bakersfield
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9. Say It
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10. All Your Secrets
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11. Ghosts
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Although the term “desert rock” may have gradually faded from the general public’s consciousness, it’s still very much a part of the Southwestern musical mystique: a rootsy vibe, with hints of Americana lining the edges, but not overtly twangy except as demands a particular tune; grittily energetic and at times richly dramatic, informed equally by the punks of the late ‘70s and the alter-natives of the recent past; literate in its storytelling and poetic in its ability to channel a wealth of moods; and just elusive enough to avoid strict categorization, its purveyors typically stoic sorts for whom the sand, sun, stars and moon represent inspiration, not isolation.

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