On their third album, the Texas/Tennessee-based Foxymorons don’t take many chances. With such effortlessly graceful songwriting chops on their side, there’s really no need. Hesitation Eyes is a genial, charming record, conflating modern radio rock’s winning melodies with an indie …

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This aptly-monikered outfit doesn’t disappoint with this alternately challenging (“Harvard Hands” and “Are You Tired?”) and accessible (“Just Because”) album, which calls to mind Wilco’s Being There and Summerteeth (albeit the less psychotic sides of the latter) with a healthy …

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If this album were wedged right between Summerteeth and Yankee Hotel Foxtrot in Wilco’s discography, the casual listener would think it totally natural. Twangy pop with enough little electronic loops and flourishes to keep it interesting..

The Foxymorons are not your run-of-the-mill popsters: The band’s constituents are Jerry James and David Dewese, two guys who grew up in the same small Texas town but now live hundreds of miles apart, write their songs long-distance, and almost …

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Contrast lies at the heart of the Foxymorons’ appeal. This indie-pop-country duo has been at it for years, but one thing hasn’t changed: The lilting, intuitive banter between singing/songwriting team Jerry James and David Dewese. Sending their respective contributions to …

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