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Hayden Sitomer /Courtesy of the artist In the last week of 2016, we’re featuring just a few of the songs that, for whatever reason, never got their due this year. Horse Jumper Of Love writes fitting music for the shortest most valuable days of the year. The Boston trio’s slow, syrupy rock songs feel heavy and dark. When the songs shimmer in twisting riffs or Thank You in singer Dimitri Giannopoulos’s sweet, sad voice they’re less like the flash of a Christmas tree and more like the glare off a snowbank. Don’t mistake the crawling pace of the band’s self-titled album for sluggishness; rather, the songs feel cautiously measured and patiently curious. Horse Jumper of Love by Horse Jumper of Love Horse Jumper Of Love’s opener, “Ugly Brunette,” is a woozy song about guilt and youth. In an email to NPR Music, Giannopoulos says he wrote the song as an apology, of sorts, for childhood misbehavior. “I was a very anxious child,” he says, “and I had a lot of mood swings from my diabetes [and] blood sugars and could be pretty bratty.” Giannopoulos’s strength as a lyricist comes from the way tiny personal details appear in his songs; he says “Ugly Brunette,” for example, was first inspired by thinking about a shirt he lost as a kid on a family trip. Article continues after sponsorship Despite its intimate subject matter, “Ugly Brunette” roars like a force of nature. In its moments of climax, the song sounds the way it feels to stand on your street in the middle of a blizzard: Thick walls of guitar and bass crunch like boots on snow, while drums seem to alternate between slipping on ice and finding their footing. Crank it up loud enough in your headphones, and the song’s unwieldy main riff feels obliterating but just briefly, before it staggers and crashes.
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Friday night at the the 7800 block of 39th Avenue, near Power Inn Road. The victim was reportedly approached by three people at gunpoint. The suspects went through the victims pockets, taking an unknown amount of cash before fleeing in a car, according to a police incident log. Almost 20 minutes later, officers were sent to the 4000 block of Deer Run Way near Mack Road after a woman was reportedly approached by two masked men, both armed with guns. The woman was standing at the trunk of her car when the armed robbers took some of her things and fled in a vehicle. In the third incident, police were sent to the 4900 block of Bandalin Way near Valley Hi Drive at around 9:22 p.m. Two people armed with handguns approached a woman on foot and grabbed several of her belongings, according to the incident log. When they left, the womans friend chased the suspects. One of suspects allegedly fired a gunshot at the friend.
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