Reviews

HAWKS #2 ON MOJO TOP 10

August 2, 2012
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NEW KIND OF LONELY REVIEWS INDEX

May 21, 2012

Uncut May 21, 2012 Counterpunch April 8, 2012 Los Angeles Beat April 9, 2012 PopMatters April 11, 2012 RoughstockApril 12, 2012 Country Standard Time April 4, 2012 Music New Nashville April 3, 2012 The California Report March 25, 2012 Bluegrass Special March 2012 L.A. Record March 14, 2012 Rhapsody March 2012 SPIN March 9, 2012 […]

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UNCUT REVIEWS NKOL

May 20, 2012
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COUNTERPUNCH REVIEWS NKOL

May 17, 2012

WEEKEND EDITION APRIL 6-8, 2012 A New Kind of Lonely Bohemian Hoedown by RON JACOBS link to full article Imagine yourself in a small cabin in the mountains north of Santa Cruz, California. There’s a small fire burning in the stone fireplace just warm enough to burn away the Pacific fog creeping through the space […]

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POP MATTERS REVIEWS NKOL

May 17, 2012

A small gem chock-full of true and heartfelt Americana. by Steven Spoerl 11 April 2012 link to full article I See Hawks in L.A. have established themselves by virtue of not only skill but also importance. They’re a fixation of Los Angeles and are making some of the most beautiful and well-crafted Americana of just […]

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BLUEGRASS SPECIAL REVIEWS NKOL

May 17, 2012

I See Duality In the Grooves By David McGee NEW KIND OF LONELY I See Hawks In L.A. Western Seeds Graceful, easygoing but meaty, the all-acoustic New Kind of Lonely, album six from the veteran I See Hawks In L.A., evokes the spirit of vintage Southern California folk and country–Gram Parsons, Flying Burrito Brothers–and adds […]

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L.A. RECORD REVIEWS NKOL

May 17, 2012

Link to Article Since their eponymous debut a little over a decade ago, Cali-country revivalists I See Hawks released four more albums before this latest mosey into the sagebrush. Indeed, ISHILA records continue to provide a reliable index to the Southern California zeitgeist, as this fifth collection is more joyful than the high lonesome hallucinogens […]

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LA WEEKLY REVEWS NKOL

May 17, 2012

I See Hawks in L.A. By Mikael Wood Longtime purveyors of what Gram Parsons called “cosmic American music,” I See Hawks in L.A. go all-acoustic for their latest, called New Kind of Lonely and due out March 6. It’s lovely, beautifully harmonized stuff (with some sweet fiddle action by Gabe Witcher of Punch Brothers), but […]

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Rhapsody Top 10 Country Albums, March 2012

May 17, 2012

8. I See Hawks in L.A. New Kind of Lonely Song titles hint at a caosmic American sound, and the opening strains of “Bohemian Highway” confirm just that. I See Hawks in L.A. recorded New Kind of Lonely live in the studio, capturing a compelling, uncluttered sound; there’s plenty of breathing room for lush harmonies […]

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BLURT REVIEWS NKOL

May 17, 2012

link to article You might think this trio hailed from a locale such as Amarillo, TX or Nashville, TN. Well, if you thought Bakersfield, CA you’d be close as these three joined forces in an Echo Park  (L.A.) living room over a decade ago.  Apparently longtime fans who cherish the band’s acoustic gigs can now […]

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