Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. All My Life // CIEL Soft Chains // Mear 7 Foot Tall Post-Suicidal Feel Good Blues // Nancy Big Big Smiles // Wasuremono Home // Teenage Fanclub In and Out of Love (feat. Andrew Combs) // Wilderwater Long Blue Light // Leif Vollebekk Suzanne // Passenger Homecoming (featuring Hannah Shaw) // Floco Torres Wild Ride // Low Cut Connie
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Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. I Want // Hayfitz Hayfitz · I Want What About That Day // Jenny O. Eugene // Arlo Parks Lost // Alex the Astronaut Red Western Sky // Muzz Same Sun // Jasmine Ash The Best (On the Back Porch) // Josiah and the Bonnevilles I Don’t Always Miss You // Dan Reeder If You Call // Angie McMahon (ft. Leif Vollebekk) Superpowers // Charli Adams We’ll Make It Through // Ray LaMontagne Helpless // Molly Tuttle (feat. Old Crow Medicine Show) Bridge Back To Me //…
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Girls // Eliza Shaddad Blood Brother // Leif Vollebekk Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, December 11th @ Great Scott Different // Fay Wildhagen Give It Up, Son // White Tail Falls Disconnect // Smoke Fairies Small Hours // otta I Love You Too // Gill Landry Party’s Over // Anthony D’Amato One Little Soldier // Regina Spektor
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Early Morning Rain // J.P. Harris and Erin Rae Everyone Hides // Wilco I Hope I’m Stoned (When Jesus Takes Me Home) // Charlie Worsham ft. Old Crow Medicine Show Feet Off The Ground // Brent Cobb ft. Jade Bird Telescope // Cavetown Love You Better // Kristopher James Dream Girl // Anna Of The North Cruel // The Cordial Sins Whip // Hiss Golden Messenger Golden // Andrew Combs Maybelle // Charley Crockett Transatlantic Flight // Leif Vollebekk Words // Gabriel Kelley
Press Play October was a spooky good month for new music, and I’m psyched for the broad range of music that we’ve got on this playlist. Everything from power pop jams to jangly americana to lo-fi ambling indie rock. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. As always if there’s something I missed, please leave a comment and tell me what it is.
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.
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. I Can’t Slow Her Down // L.A. Salami Bone Collector // Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert // Gallant Anymore // Goldfrapp Bad Bop // Bad Bop All Night Sedans // Leif Vollebekk Special Night // Lee Fields & The Expressions
I’ve been an on-and-off fan of Leif Vollebekk ever since his La Blogothèque version of Cairo Blues, (click that link, trust) but between then and now, nothing has grabbed me the way the first single off of his upcoming album Twin Solitude has grabbed me. I simply can not shake this tune from my brain. With his work at times reminiscent of Ryan Adams (one of my all-time favorite singer-songwriters,) I’m always drawn to listen to his work, however, this song—instrumentally at least—seems a bit of a departure for the Canadian troubadour. “Elegy” hits listeners with sparse instrumentation composed mainly…