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DSD February 27, 2017: "Oh My God" - Love and a .38


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DSD February 27, 2017: "Oh My God" - Love and a .38

Shaun Cordingley

Welcome to the "Daily Song Drop":'s song of the day feature where our resident indie music writer and former DJ Shaun Cordingley features a song every weekday that he feels you need to hear. 

Oh My God - Love and a .38

You know, I had been going through the DSD listing this month and noticed that I have not had a lot of indie rock featured, and the Los Angeles Rock band Love and a .38 hit me up on twitter, and "Oh My God". 

This is rock and roll for fans of rock, by fans of rock--you can totally hear a deep love for the genre throughout their whole debut album Nomads, as you can hear elements of southern rock, arena rock, alt-rock...classic rock all mixed together into a sound that is wholly their own. "Oh My God" is the track that stuck with me the most, which is why I've got the video for you below:

Honestly, I don't know that I can say much else: if you're one of those folks who I see around complaining that "rock is dead", you need to be paying attention to Love and a .38. "Oh My God" has got grit, it's got attitude, a pure rock vocalist, and a guitar that screams to be heard reverbing in an arena (or maybe just driving the open highway). 

You should also give the Dec 16/Jan 17 Playlist a listen! The February Playlist will be available this coming Friday, with (hopefully) all of the DSD tracks! 

Remember, if you want me to expand where I put these playlists beyond Apple Music, you just need to let me know on Twitter, and I'll see what I can do.

-S (@Shauncord

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