[The Sweet Serenades]
"Tell me baby, where you been so long?"

Damn, these guys are catchy. Introducing themselves as the woodsmen of Sweden, this duo wields more than just axes. With instruments in hand a creative knack for song, these guys carry the propensity to make me alliterate, for the Swedish Sweet Serenades serenade sweetly in Sweden indeed. Utilizing handclaps, tuneful guitarwork, and rounded, hearty drumbeats, these are some dangerously talented axemen - as in axemen that are dangerously talented, although I'm sure they're amazingly skillful with an axe too. What a double threat! There's an aspect to their music that really gets you to realize that these guys really understand what they're doing - experts at their craft. If I were to make a pie chart of their components, slices would be even. Nothing outplays other parts here, and these guys just make a damn good pie. The Sweet Serenades - musicians, woodsmen, bakers.

Various songs from The Sweet Serenades (all songs are right click - save as):
Mona Lee
I Can Never Die
First Taste of Trouble

Learn more at their site.
Be their friend!


Otherwheres - Record Store Day is tomorrow! Get your tookus out of that seat and support some local goodness...

Otherwheres -Jot the digits down, Ultra8201 along with Do512 will be hosting a great trio of artists over at La Zona Rosa on May 2nd....

Otherwheres - Matt over at YANP shares the Boy Least Likely To cover of Grease's "You're The One That I Want" woo woo woo....
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