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Video: Peter Terry & The City Profits “The Lawyer”

Peter Terry & The City Profits are no strangers to Thought on Tracks. We covered their debut LP I AM JACKSON when it dropped last November. The Hoosier natives and Nashville, TN residents are back with a video for their soulful new single entitled “The Lawyer.” Here, we find Terry on keys and vocals, leading a bass-driven foot-stomper fit for Carole King. Watch the video that features Terry and the Profits  visually debating the merits of the downtown hustle versus the release found in a great jam with your boys. Grab a free download of “The Lawyer.”

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Written by Rob Peoni


Fresh Track: Best Coast “The Only Place”

I have been anxiously awaiting the arrival of Best Coast’s sophomore LP The Only Place. I fell in love with frontwoman Bethany Consentino’s surf pop, stoner vibe on her 2010 debut Crazy For You. That album along with her 7″ Make You Mine cemented Consentino as hipsterdom’s ultimate beach chick. This week, Consentino offered fans a taste of the forthcoming LP, with a debut of the album’s title track. Listen and download a copy of “The Only Place” below, where Best Coast sticks to what it does best, espousing on the glories of California. Pre-order your copy of The Only Place, due out on Mexican Summer on May 15th – just in time for beach season.

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Written by Rob Peoni


Album Stream: Jessie Baylin ‘Pleasure Center EP’

New Jersey native and Nashville transplant Jessie Baylin released an EP worth getting excited about last week. Pleasure Center EP clocks in at just under 21 minutes, achieving an astonishing amount of fun in such a short time. The EP features four covers and one original.

I was immediately intrigued by the variety of artists that Baylin chose to cover: Thin Lizzy, Stevie Nicks, Sonic Youth, and Arthur Russell is a diverse group to draw from. Yet Baylin makes each track her own, much the same way that Cat Power was able to achieve on her 2000 release The Covers Record.

Pleasure Center EP is a direct departure from Baylin’s 2008 release Firesight. She trades a full, studio sound for the stark simplicity of the 4-track. The EP was produced by Richard Swift (The Shins), giving Baylin an indie credibility that until now was nonexistent. Here’s hoping her new sound rubs off on hubby Nathan Followill of The Kings of Leon.

Baylin will release a LP of original material in mid-January entitled Little Spark. Listen and download the entirety of Pleasure Center EP below. Connect with Baylin via Facebook and Twitter.

Written by Rob Peoni