Trapper is perhaps best known for fronting the pop-rock trio the Push Stars; his endearing melodies and insightful lyrics have inspired acclaim from critics and fans over the past decade. On his second solo effort, Gone Again, Trapper takes a turn fronting a different Beantown act -- the Wolverine Jazz Band. Rather than bow to cover-tune trends, Trapper and company recorded all originals the old-fashioned way: lo-fi, live, in a one-night session. Results are deliciously Big and Easy, with Dixieland banjos, ragtime brass, and woodwinds delivered with aplomb.
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