Monday, October 15, 2012

Rayland Baxter Does Daytrotter; We Own This Town Vol. 56; Meadownoise/Fly Golden Eagle/James Wallace Mash-Up Flier [Media Bits]

Posted By on Mon, Oct 15, 2012 at 11:01 AM

* You'll recall from his Q&A with Cream contributor Jewly Hight and his two music videos (one, two) that local folk crooner Rayland Baxter recently put out a record by the name of Feathers & Fishhooks via ATO Records. Well, now the sentimental songster has a four-song Daytrotter session. Unlike most of the DT seshes, this one was recorded right here in Nashville — by Josh Niles at Big Light, as a matter of fact. Trotter honcho Sean Moeller gives his customary rundown, in which he says Baxter's tunes "reek like the smell of a campfire, like a man who sleeps under a bloated, moony sky." K. Also, Ray Ray, congrats on opening for Grace Potter at the Ryman over the weekend.

* We Own This Town is back with the 56th installment of their podcast, if you can believe it. Many of the local tracks on this one have been posted right here on the Cream in one form or another — Matt Moody, Financier, Little Bandit, Ttotals, Bedroom, Mystery Twins and more are in the mix — but still, here you can find all of them in one easy-to-digest package. Get it in MP3 or M4A form.

* Fly Golden Eagle, James Wallace and the Naked Light, Meadownoise. These are also outfits whose tunes we've shared with you right here on the Cream. But mashed up? Why, that's madness! Just the sort of madness Meadownoise's Matt Glassmeyer could pull off, I'll have you know. FGE, MN and JW&tNL are playing The Stone Fox this Friday, Oct. 19, and there's a mash-up/YouTube flier to prove it. Have a listen after the jump.

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