Every month our Short Walk playlist takes us on a journey through recent additions to the MFT Archive. If you're an Indiana artist interested in getting your music featured here, just click that "Submit Band" button to join the family!
The construction of this month's Short Walk playlist was like going to the refrigerator, hoping there's at least one piece of pizza left from last night and realizing, somehow, there's actualy seven slices and they're all for just you and no one's going to yell at you when they come home and realize you've eaten them all and you won't even get a stomach ache on account of the over indulgence.
What I mean to say is that if you know what's good for you, you'll navigate over to our New Music page and dive in, because there is an absolutely shocking amount of good stuff over there. I had to be extremely judicious to narrow it down to just ten tracks, and the process was marked by a whole lot of me complaining to no one in particular as I clicked and clicked and clicked.
We've got a gentle opener from Baby Ocho, as well as a few other little folk excursions from the likes of the Blue Eyed Bettys and Bill Shotton. Then there's the smooth soul of the Knot Brothers, tracks from new LPs from Barley Pops and Joey Walker (we've got both of those albums streaming in their entirety on the archive, too!).
The closer here is from FLACO, who, if you didn't know, is my personal hero. FLACO returns again and again with huge sounding tracks buffeted by his airtight flow and this one here is no different.
As is my constant refrain: these ten tracks hardly even scratch the surface of what's been added to the archive in the past month, so do yourself a solid and stay awhile. No stomach aches here.
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