Mile Marker: Langhorne SlimBy Reverb Staff | August 10th, 2012 | No Comments »
Langhorne Slim has been a Reverb favorite for several years. He made a surprise appearance at the 2009 Underground Music Showcase, playing a legendary set to a sweaty, packed, drunken Hi-Dive audience. We’ve since watched Slim perform far and wide — at the Fox Theatre, the Boulder Theater, at Club Cafe in Pittsburgh, on New Year’s Eve with the Avett Brothers in Asheville. Slim’s music bleeds authenticity — his raspy howl, his punk-rock strumming, and more recently, his delicate fingerpicking all provide the bedrock for his insightful lyrics. The songs are strengthened by his backing band, the Law, and the whole crew stopped by Uneven Studio earlier this summer. Stream or download these three songs from the day — one of our favorites so far.
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