Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Yellow Room // New Pagans September // Lydia Loveless Forever and Always // Camína Can I Believe You // Fleet Foxes Beyond The Pine // Tash Sultana Under the Devil’s Knee // Tré Burt Common Void / The Rise of the Integratron // Skyway Man Late Night City // Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard How Lucky // Kurt Vile (with John Prine) You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling // The Unrighteous Brothers She Waits For Me to Come Back Down // Donovan Woods and Katie Pruitt Cold // Chris Stapleton…
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I’m super late (vacation, and some technical issues) to getting this to ya’ll but hey music is music. August was a pretty great month for new music, with new music from some of our favorites like Aaron Lee Tasjan, Ron Gallo and Tallest Man on Earth. But we saw and heard great tunes from all over. Please do let us know if we’ve missed any songs that you are loving right now.
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Soap in My Whiskey // Allen Getto Over Everything // Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile Upcoming Boston Area Show: Saturday, November 4 @ Orpheum Theatre Arizona // Whitney Rose Marine Tigers // The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die Upcoming Boston Area Show: Thursday, November 9 @ The Middle East Lavender Night // Amy O Other Spooky Is // Bad Pop Get These Things Out of My Head // Pale Honey
We all love lists, and we all love sarcasm. Though, I think its important to reflect upon the last year of music, I’m going to do so through the use of a list. It was a fantastic year full of awesome albums, and I’m going to count down a bunch of my favorites, and give you something to listen to while reading. 35. The Elected – Bury Me in My Rings The Elected – Go For The Throat Blake Sennett (Rilo Kiley), made his way back into music with his band The Elected. Its a wonderful indie pop album that…
Check out the video for Kurt Vile’s Jesus Fever off his spectacular album Smoke Ring For My Halo
Jesus Fever Check out, Jesus Fever, a light and shimmery pop track from Philly lofi musician Kurt Vile. It sounds like one of those travel songs that drags you along for the journey, slowly and steady, and all of a sudden 5 minutes has passed, the perfect way to spend a quiet sunday. Look for Kurt Vile’s upcoming Smoke Ring For My Halo, the highly anticipated follow up from his 2009 album Childish Prodigy, out 3/8 on Matador.