The Corner Laughers Make MAGNET A Mix Tape

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California pop quartet the Corner Laughers play a jangly brand of indie pop and will release latest album Matilda Effect on June 12. The LP features unique string instruments, such as the ukelele and the violin, which brings out the creativity of the band and the many guests featured on the album. The Corner Laughers have been so kind as to make MAGNET a mix tape (in haiku form, no less).

Linda Draper “Broken Eggshell”
Karla:
On endless repeat/
This song is pure perfection/
We wish we wrote it
Video

Andrea Perry “Throw Me A Line”
KC:
Incredible groove/
Heartache pours through melody/
But still I boogie
Video

Mouse Deer “Foreground”
Khoi:
Mouse Deer is Holly/
McIntosh, Bristol, UK/
And she plays bass well
Audio

Heart “Crazy On You”
Charlie:
Was young when I learned/
Badassness knows no gender/
Female Led Zeppelin
Video

Rosie Abbott “Hard To Sleep”
KC:
Somnambulist waltz/
Gershwinesque sense of songcraft/
Ray Davies digs it
Video

Antonette Goroch “In Bocca Al Lupo”
Karla:
Punk-folk-rock priestess/
Often she’s in Italy/
Take us next time, please
Audio

Alison Faith Levy “The Froggy Dance”
Khoi:
Loud Fam to tot rock/
The Start Of Things is out now/
Butterfly mic stands
Video

Salt N Pepa “Push It”
Charlie:
Ever since eighth grade/
It ain’t a dance ’til it’s played/
Cause we’re in effect
Video

Fiona Bevan “A Broken Heart Can Heal”
Karla:
Suffolk-born songbird/
We played with her in London/
Magical guitar
Video

The Orange Peels “Head Cleaner”
Wazu:
Begin The Begone/
New album from labelmates/
Mystery Lawn, yo!
Audio

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