Mile Marker: Ezra Furman & the HarpoonsBy Reverb Staff | June 10th, 2011 | No Comments »
Ezra Furman & the Harpoons made their way into Uneven Studio on a Saturday morning in April, stopping by for five songs before their show at the Hi-Dive that night. The band has a genuinely authentic, if rough-around-the-edges take on folk-rock, anchored by Furman’s raspy, tired voice. He’s a storyteller, sure, but the band also likes to have their share of fun — as evidenced by the way they took advantage of the studio’s toy piano on “Mysterious Power.” Enjoy this song set, share it if you wish, and come back next week for more.
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Ryan Johnson is a freelance videographer, lousy guitar player, and a social media strategist at OnSight Public Affairs.
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