Louisville Magazine

MAR 2015

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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 3.15 125 My Playlist "Beware of the Sun," Black Birds of Paradise "B.B.o.P. premiered their newest album at Vinyl Night. Their unique mixing of lounge, rock and psychedelic sounds immediately hypnotized me." "As Long As It's You," the Deloreans "My favorite song released in 2014. If you collect vinyl, buy this seven-inch record; if you love music, become obsessed with the Deloreans." "Last Ones In," Nerves Junior "I'm usually leaving Haymarket around 1 a.m. on Vinyl Nights, and this Nerves Junior contribution to the SonaBlast! Records Belle of Louisville compilation is the per- fect nighttime driving song. It has an evil groove that oozes with this swampy Tom Waits feel. This was my driving-home song for a good six months. It might still be stuck in the CD player." "Curtains," Sketching "Sketching is a newer Louisville band made up of members from two excellent bands: Murals and Family Dog. They have prac- ticed in the back music hall of Haymarket during several Vinyl Nights, and one the biggest treats is sneaking in to catch some of their laid-back psych tunes. I fully expect Sketching to be one of the most loved new bands in Louisville by the end of the year." "Long Shadow," Twin Limb (see page 120) "Louisville is special because we have the most talented musicians/ bands across all genres. In recent years, we've seen Houndmouth, the Pass, Jalin Roze, White Reap- er, Anwar Sadat, Murals and more break out to national recognition. Twin Limb is defnitely the next great Louisville band." Zach Hart runs Vinyl Night at Haymarket Whiskey Bar (331 E. Market St.) every Monday from 8 p.m. to midnight (with free Spinelli's pizza at 10!). "Anybody and everybody is invited to bring in a record and choose a side to play over the bar speakers, regard- less of taste or genre," Hart says. "You bring it in, and we'll give it a spin." For this playlist, Hart says, "I decided to go local." LOCAL LIVES benefitted from Komen dollars in 2014 SINCE 1999 In addition to the funds we contribute to breast cancer research, we grant funding to local hospitals and other non-proft organizations for mammograms, mobile mammography units, lymphedema sleeves, patient navigators, transportation for patient screen- ings and/or treatments, educational materials for the medical and non-medical community, and survivor support programs and services. INVESTED LOCALLY INVESTED IN RESEARCH cellardoorchocolates.com pitbulldogsarefamily.org

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