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A Motopony song for every mood:

beatboxdaily:

Seattle’s indie quartet Motopony are not to be missed. Their debut, self-titled album is an easy listen, filled with songs that are upbeat, songs that are slower, songs with strong lyrics, and songs that have strong folk influences. The album pretty much has a song for close to every mood, and yet you can listen to the whole album through no matter what mood you are in. The singer, Daniel Blue, has a very unique voice that is hard to compare to anything that I have heard out recently. The mix of Blue’s voice and odd tunings, along with co-producer Mike Ross’ skills really make for a great fit. AI

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Motopony and The Wilderness of Manitoba in Amazon’s Best Songs of 2011 So Far

Motopony’s “King of Diamonds” (#14) and The Wilderness of Manitoba’s “Summer Fires” (#27) are featured in Amazon’s Picks: Best Songs of 2011 So Far. Download Motopony’s self-titled debut album, featuring bonus track “King of Diamonds (Acoustic)”, on Amazon today! While you’re at it, treat yourself to The Wilderness of Manitoba’s debut album, When You Left The Fire, available for download on Amazon.

Please visit MotoponyMusic.com and TheWildernessOfManitoba.com to stay up-to-date with all the latest news and tour info!

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Attention LA Fans: Enter For A Chance To Win Motopony Tickets, Vinyl, And T-shirt

Head over to The Vinyl District LA to enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets for Motopony’s show this Friday at The Echo in Los Angeles with Those Darlins and White Arrows.  Winner will also receive the band’s self-titled debut album on vinyl and a band t-shirt.  For more info head here!

Please visit MotoponyMusic.com to stay up-to-date with all the latest news and tour dates.

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Motopony has set up a special deal for their fans headed to Bumbershoot in Seattle: for the next 48 hours, you can purchase a one-day ticket for the day they are performing (September 5th) at the discounted rate of $29. Go to bumbershoot.strangertickets.com, add up to 4 tickets for the day they are playing, and then enter this code during checkout: 697D6. The promotion only lasts for 48 hours, so act fast!

Motopony has set up a special deal for their fans headed to Bumbershoot in Seattle: for the next 48 hours, you can purchase a one-day ticket for the day they are performing (September 5th) at the discounted rate of $29. Go to bumbershoot.strangertickets.com, add up to 4 tickets for the day they are playing, and then enter this code during checkout: 697D6. The promotion only lasts for 48 hours, so act fast!

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Time to nerd out and listen up! Yes.

jenrobinson:

Motopony - Seer 

I spent the time on my flights from Pittsburgh to LA yesterday catching up on tunes.  After carrying it around for weeks, I finally read last month’s MOJO (the one with Marley on the cover) and listened to a backlog of podcasts.  My “TO LISTEN” list is now about 50 deeper than it was.  Being a music nerd is tough work. 

Anyway, NPR Music turned me on to this Seattle-based band. I knew this track but I didn’t know where it came from.  I can’t decide whether I’ve heard it on ex.fm/hypem/turntable or if it was actually recorded in the late 70s and its “new” status is a ruse. Either way, this is straight out of the ZZ Top/CCR/Allman Brothers playbook and I love it. 

Get an acoustic take on another good tune free from the band at motoponymusic.com.

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