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Tidal Wave posted a topic in Everything Else Message BoardWant to increase your post count without filling up quality threads with useless comments? Well then you are in the right place. Talk about whatever you want in here. Special emphasis on bluegrass conversations.
OldHand posted a topic in Sale/Trade/WantsHOLIDAY SALE: Save 10% when you purchase both Ocean Carolina albums! http://wwwoldhandrecordcompany.com/news/holidaysale You can listen to Ocean Carolina's new album Maudlin Days here: Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/album/5HUj5sIMqrPOh6q7UgOu3z?play=true&utm_source=open.spotify.com&utm_medium=open iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1013071775?1s=1&app=itunes Here's what the press has been saying about Ocean Carolina's new album Maudlin Days which was released on June 30, 2015: "With a well-worn croon reminiscent of masters Tom Petty and Neil Young, and a gentle balance of musical elements that will have you hitting repeat, Simone proves sincerity pays, and as long as music is Ocean Carolina's therapy, we'll be listening." - Elmore Magazine "At the core of Ocean Carolina's new record, Maudlin Days, singer-songwriter Michael Simone beautifully bares his heart and soul on top of captivating grooves rooted in Americana." - Chuck Armstrong, Diffuser.fm "Ocean Carolina presents a level of authenticity in this music; the album is clearly a passionate bout that makes each song shine individually, and as a collective, breaks the mold from being just another good Americana album." - Joseph Cirilo, Axs "Ocean Carolina's new album, Maudlin Days, is a serious contender for best album of 2015. No hype, just a fact. This band deserves your attention." - Jayson Tanner, Program Director, WreckingBallRadio.net "The album Maudlin Days by the band Ocean Carolina from Brooklyn, New York is in our opinion one of the best records that has appeared on the market in 2015." - Valere Sampermans, Rootstime.be "Track for track and note for note, it's easy to see Maudlin Days being regarded as the benchmark for brilliant country-infused Americana." - Tom Bedward, Anthem Review "Gentle rolling rhythms with a countryish aftertaste are the order of the day. In delivery one is reminded of a relaxed Neil Young or at times a checked shirted Ryan Adams." - Paul Villers, Americana-UK.com