Thursday, February 16, 2006
eMusic Find of the Day: Locksley-Locksley EP
Today's eMusic find is Locksley, 4 guys from NYC who will both literally and figuratively be music to the ears of power poppers everywhere. Their most recent release is their self-titled EP from last summer, which starts off with the absolutely fab "Into The Sun", a great evocation of early-period Beatles. "All of the Time" is a slower number in the vein of "If I Fell" that would make Paul proud, and "She Does" is a powerful rocker that reminds me of Jet's "Are You Gonna Be My Girl?" Just great stuff.
And if you end up loving this EP, you can grab their 2004 full-length Safely From The City, as well. It's cut from the same cloth. (And if you really, really end up digging Locksley, eMu even has a live album to grab.)
You can stream 4 of the 5 EP tracks at their myspace page, and if you have to have the physical disc in your hot little hands, cdbaby has it here, as well as Safely From The City.
Posted by Steve at 8:29 AM