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November 19, 2021 44 min
The talented people from Krave Amiko join the podcast this week and interview each other better than I could ever hope to.     Click here for easy streaming or download - Click to listen on   Apple Podcast/iTunes   Google Podcasts    Spotify   iHeart   Pandora   Find Krave Amiko at these places-   Thanks to Stray Local for the closing song Spotify Instagram YouTube   Subscribe to the podcast - This link has all the other places to subscribe   Follow on Social Media   All music used by permission   Krave Amiko began in early 2019 by Rob Walsh and a handful of songs crafted by combining homemade lo-fi acoustic guitar samples, trip-hop inspired rhythm sections, and lyrical storytelling. The line-up is made complete by Stephanie Barcelona on vocals, Joseph Allawos on bass, Nestor Teran on guitar, and Jake Cavinder on drums.     Stray Local is the husband-and-wife songwriting duo of Hannah and Jamie Rowen based in Raleigh, North Carolina. The pair performs a bouquet of indie sounds punctuated by powerful vocal melodies, vibey guitar riffs, dreamy synths, and rich harmonies woven together with a strong pop sensibility. 2020 was the year Stray Local made the move to Raleigh to be immersed in the thriving triangle music scene, when of course Covid put a halt to shows, tours, and collaborations. They turned to writing and producing music from their home studio. They recently released Featherweight, which is the band's 3rd new single of 2021.    
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