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Santa Barbara News-Press : Folk goes indie, and chamber-esque : Portland's intriguing indie folk-rock, or chamber folk, band Loch Lomond left a strong and delicate impression at Muddy Waters on Sunday night, with a sextet wrapping leader Ritchie Young's songs in the sounds of warm vocal harmonies, vibraphone, viola, clarinet and more from the far side of the rock tool kit.

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Folk goes indie, and chamber-esque : Portland's intriguing indie folk-rock, or chamber folk, band Loch Lomond left a strong and delicate impression at Muddy Waters on Sunday night, with a sextet wrapping leader Ritchie Young's songs in the sounds of warm vocal harmonies, vibraphone, viola, clarinet and more from the far side of the rock tool kit.


April 22, 2014 6:26 AM

Portland's rightly famed indie rock scene continues its slow, steady parade through Santa Barbara, lucky for us.



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