Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Tidal Wave // Slater Smith and The Weather Machine Take Me Down Easy // James Henry Jr. For The First Time // Best Coast Upcoming Boston Area Show: Monday, March 16th @ Royale I’ll Get By // Avi Kaplan Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, April 1st @ Paradise Wildflowers & Wine // Marcus King Lovesunk // The Arthur Brothers Fear // Kyshona Dark Places // Beck Light In Your Window // Esmé Patterson Waimanalo (Fug Yep) // The Shins I Don’t Work in a Bank // Joe…
Tag: The Shins
Another great month of music, almost too much of it, to keep the format of 40 songs from the month I ended up pulling a few favorites. But there are some great songs in here, and I know I will continue to come back to this mixtape as the year goes along. I’ve had a ton of fun putting this together, and hope you enjoy.
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Talk Like That // The Weeks Good Drugs // The Whistles & The Bells GOLDEN LIGHT // Blonde Redhead Fantasy Island // The Shins Grow // Sóley Saturnz Barz // Gorillaz Luck Mansion Sessions // Aaron Lee Tasjan and Lilly Hiatt Hope The High Road // Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
February is always a fantastic month for new music. With SXSW right around the corner, it’s a huge driver for new music and this year was another great one. Now that February is over and we are two months down into this year, it’s time once again to get our monthly mixtape into your hands. We’re psyched to hear new songs from Blondie (yes that Blondie), Andrew Combs, Matt Vazquez, the Shins, Foxygen, Father John Misty and tons more. I’ve had a ton of fun putting this together, and hope you enjoy.
Between all of the ears that make up Music Savage, we listen to a LOT of music each week that we like but simply don’t have the time to put words around. So here’s a post that lets us put up songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. One Mississippi // WHY? Being There // Tall Tall Trees Mildenhall // The Shins Doomsday // Ryan Adams Antiseptic Greeting // Samantha Crain Destroyer // Dead Man Winter Cut Connection // Jesca Hoop Bizness // Front Country I Don’t Mind // Mikal Cronin
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RoLTPcD1S4Q[/youtube] Check out the new video for the Shins’ single “Simple Song,” which puts an interesting (very Wes Anderson like) narrative albeit dark spin on the single. It features Mercer dying and giving his kids the home to whomever finds the deed, hidden somewhere inside the home. I don’t want to ruin, so just give it a watch. The band’s forthcoming Port Of Morrow, which can be pre-ordered now at http://www.theshins.com/shop and is out March 20 on Aural Apothecary/Columbia.