Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Got To Keep On // The Chemical Brothers Heart Attack Kid // Ben Kweller Halo Light // Buck Meek Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, April 6th @ Berklee Performance Center Galaxies // Alice Phoebe Lou Upcoming Boston Area Show: Tuesday, March 5th @ Cafe 939 Warm Skin // TALLSAINT Brooklyn // Tyler Lyle Brooklyn by Tyler Lyle Ain’t Got No Money // Justin Townes Earle Paradise Bay // Darlingside Ball Pit // Matthew Logan Vasquez Into This // Martha High As A Kite // Weezer Hold Me…
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Bluesboy // Deer Tick Love Keeps Kicking // Martha Old Black Magic // Josh Ritter Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, May 11th @ Wilbur Theatre Afterlife // William Fitzsimmons Lunch // Stella Donnelly Moonlight // Earthquake Lights Sisyphus // Andrew Bird Can’t Nobody Stop Us // Bhi Bhiman Black and Red // Reignwolf Love All Night (Work All Day) // Yola Shining // Skyway Man & Teddy and the Rough Riders
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Warranty // Meat Puppets Fool Moon // Anteros Lonely Town // VULFPECK (feat. Theo Katzman) Better Now // Butch Walker Heart is Healing // Martha not healthy anymore // Cale Tyson
Press Play Our final month of the year has officially been closed. This has been a fantastic music year, and I’ve been having a lot of fun putting together these monthly mixes again. It’s great to chronicle a year based on what you’ve been listening to, and we’re so lucky these days to have enough new music each month to put together these. I hope you enjoy some new tunes over your holiday break, and please let me know what I might have missed this month.
Press Play I feel like I’m more stoked about the music on this mixtape than maybe any other month, but when I look back and I see other mixtapes, I think I say the exact thing every month. Regardless, this November dispatch of tunes is fantastic, and I’m super psyched to get it in front of your eyes an in your ears. Enjoy, and as always let me know what I missed!
British power-pop-punkers Martha have a new album on the way and we have the new single to share and it is guaranteed to bring two minutes and eight seconds of head-bopping bliss right to your ears. The band’s second release, Blisters In The Pit Of My Heart, is out July 1st on Dirtnap Records here in the states and July 8th via Fortuna POP! in the UK. We’ve already had one fabulous single, “Martha Goldman’s Detective Agency,” and the second equally fabulous single “Ice Cream and Sunscreen,” highlights the quartet’s ability to create infectiously fun rock n’ roll time and time…