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The Ettes Get Brash & Bold With 10th Anniversary Vinyl Edition of ‘Shake The Dust’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

California bred, Nashville based trio The Ettes have stirred up plenty of noise over the course of four albums, but it was their initial offering Shake the Dust, which established the tempestuous template for all that followed. The trio — Lindsay “Coco” Hames, Maria “Poni” Silver and Jeremy “Jem” Cohen — took their cues from […] The post The Ettes Get Brash & Bold With 10th Anniversary Vinyl Edition of ‘Shake The Dust’ (ALBUM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
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