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Hosted ByShay Dei

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The Shop Window | The State Of Being Human (debut album)

Hey, y’all. I am Shay. This is the on air indie show.

Welcome & enjoy. Episode 55.

First, music history for June 21st.

John Lee Hooker, American blues singer and guitarist, died in his sleep aged 83 this day in 2001. He rose to fame performing an electric guitar-style adaptation of Delta blues.

Many artists including Cream, AC/DC, ZZ Top, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Van Morrison, The Yardbirds, The Doors and The White Stripes have covered his songs. He appeared and sang in the 1980 movie The Blues Brothers with his hit “Boom Boom”.

The Shop Window is on the podcast today to show us a glimpse of their incredible debut album The State Of Being Human. The Shop Window are a four-strong Janglepop/Indie guitar band, fronted by partners Carl Mann and Simon ‘Syd’ Oxlee from Maidstone, Kent UK

Enjoy the show!

Tracks 

“Ride It (While You Can)” 15:26

“Flags” 32:56

“Break Down The Walls” 43:32

From The Band

Debut album THE STATE OF BEING HUMAN by The Shop Window is one big indie pop cake filled with infectious melodies and ingredients that span decades of guitar music, glued together by the unmistakable sound of Carl Mann & Syd Oxlee’s vocal harmonies and a jangly Telecaster!


Fans of Creation records/C86 and early 90s indie will find lots to love within ‘The State Of Being Human’ – the album sounds fresh, with their own approach to the classic sound of indie.

TSOBH is an album you can get lost in and enjoy the journey from start to finish… as albums were once intended to be. Warmth, nostalgia, joy, heartache and love are just some of the emotions likely to embrace you along the way.

THE SHOP WINDOW - THE STATE OF BEING HUMAN Album Teaser #2 - RELEASE/PRE-ORDER DATES

The Shop Window debut album ‘The State Of Being Human’ is coming soon on vinyl through independent record label Spinout Nuggets and of course all the usual digital outlets… PRE-ORDER/RELEASE DATES ANNOUNCED! 

 Teaser Video created/edited by Darren Stokes 

About the Author
With an entrepreneurial career covering decades, Shay Drinkwalter has worked in media content creation, copywriting, and branding for over 40 years. Shay started at a local outlet now part of Metroland Media Group, covering regional sports, after a political correspondent at the local and national level. For a two-decade span, she was a stockbroker and then executive of a national securities firm, meanwhile providing content for periodicals, newsletters, national corporations, and not-for-profits. She is a founding member of the Canadian Freelance Guild/CWA, a former radio show host, and co-founder/editor of a local digital news platform. Shay is a publicist and curator for a UK indie platform. She covers artists of all genres, from around the globe. She provides popular music content for an NYC content firm. Additionally, she writes for music, literary, and foodie blogs. Shay’s blog, thebuzzr, promotes independent artists. Feedspot recognized the blog in its 2020 Top 20 Music Marketing blogs. When not writing, through The Buzz Roll Media™ and What's Our Buzz she promotes podcasts, independent artists, bands and venues. For most of her story, she was a big city lady. In contrast, she now writes, podcasts & creates from her home studio situated in rural Ontario.

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