It was a little while back that we introduced L.A. songstress Banks as an essential acquaintance to your wearied ears, and I would therefore preface this given post with rhetoric questioning as to whether you remember her barnstorming introduction to us all, Before I Ever Met You. I employ the conditional mood here, as the single has since become something of an omnipresent and, as such, is one which has become all but impossible to forget. It now taxes the mind to even recall a time when Banks was but a young unknown and as she again pulls away at the curtain of anonymity, she imprints her impression that bit more indelibly still. Her winsome features exposed above, below can be found the follow-up to Before I Ever Met You and, playing off that same urbane pop hybridity of previously, Fall Over is another to only raise her vertiginously ascending stake yet further.
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- An ode to intoxicants and the virtues (or a lack) thereof, stream Oh! Whiskey – a first from @Jimi_Goodwin’s #Odludek http://t.co/fMpfI8I9j0 about 7 hours ago from web
- Dots & Dashes review @sam_b_green & @TheRealYLT who together perform #TheLoveSongofRBuckminsterFuller http://t.co/DvGkKxIZpP @BarbicanCentre about 8 hours ago from web
- Anything but ordinary, Annie Clark, aka @st_vincent, returns with #BirthInReverse: http://t.co/KEmU4MA4aq @LomaVistaRC about 10 hours ago from web
- Dots & Dashes' #Recordsof2013 XV–VI, feat. @bEEdEEgEEsound, @trubluhawaii, @braidsmusic, @pickapiper & @sanferminband http://t.co/pC5SoeDqcp about 12 hours ago from web