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The Radio Hour - EP

by The Radio Hour

A & R PICK -CMJ Magazine. Stark, strange (at-times), polished production, serious, brooding, intelligent, impacting vocals. Illinois Entertainer called it "cutting-edge folk" meeting a personal demise.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Here and Not Coming Back
4:15 $0.99
2. Sing
3:05 $0.99
3. Second Son
2:42 $0.99
4. With the Rhythm of a Catfight
3:26 $0.99
5. Both Alone Tonight
3:11 $0.99
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Album Notes
‘The Radio Hour - EP' is a 5-song studio project from Chicago-based singer songwriter Tim Hort. The Illinios Entertainer hailed this studio effort described the as "cutting edge folk" noting its stark and bleak production and powerful vocals. With his ensemble of veteran touring musicians, Hort has played many of the better original venues in the Chicago and Midwest and has several independent CD releases thus far. ("THE RADIO HOUR -EP" is a 5 song release.) Centerstage Chicago called his first CD “a solid collection of pop rock gems”. CMJ’s New Music Report endorses the band “The Radio Hour” as its "A&R PICK." The sound might interest fans of Pink Floyd, “Animals,” “The Wall,” or Peter Gabriel “Up,” “Us, or Smashing Pumpkins or Arcade Fire - but with an acoustic feel. describes THE RADIO HOUR as “a mix of dreamlike musings and melancholy stories, dynamic guitars and masterful lyrics…” The CD is self-produced and D.I.Y. Illinois Entertainer writes of THE RADIO HOUR, “terrifically chilling,” while it “sings of homicide, suicide and surviving these unspeakable times.” The CD was engineered by Blaise Barton (credits include Bob Dylan, Ike Reilly and Liz Phair). The Capital Journal Times - Madison writes, “confessional lyrics, melodic hooks and a dark and sometimes pyschedelic spin. That’s Chicago’s Radio Hour.” If you’re looking for brooding, surreal and an originally retooled mid-70s analog feel, you might want to check the CD out.



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