Guys...a lot of new music has been dropping left and right. We thought we'd lead you to some hot new jamz.
Taste some of the good, some of the vibey and some of the NASTY.
WE WANT YOU!
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Thanks to an amazing year to all the bands and artists I worked with (who I abstained from placing on the below list.) Even though it's almost February, 2015 and I'm about halfway through some of this year's most anticipated early records - I thought 2014 was pretty amazing musically - though I can say that 2015 is already off to a stellar start. My faves of last year listed alphabetically below.
Allah-Lahs: Worship the Sun
Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band: Landmarks
Caribou: Our Love
Jennifer Castle: Pink City
Eric Church: The Outsiders
Cloud Nothings: Here and Everywhere
Toumani Diabaté, Sidiki Diabaté: Toumani & Sikiki
Drive-by Truckers: English Oceans
Hiss Golden Messenger: Lateness of Dancers
Hurray for the Riff Raff: Small Town Heroes
Miranda Lambert: Platinum
Jenny Lewis: The Voyager
Lykke Li: I Never Learn
Jason Moran: All Rise
Angel Olsen: Burn Your Fire for No Witness
Doug Paisley: Strong Feelings
Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters: lullaby... and the Ceaseless Roar
Spoon: They Want My Soul
St. Vincent: S/T
Strand of Oaks: Heal
Sun Kil Moon: Benji
Jamie T: Carry on the Grudge
Temples: Sun Structures
Leif Vollebekk: North Americana
Leon Vynehall: Music for the Uninvited
Ryley Walker: All Kinds of You
Ryan Adams: S/T
Aphex Twin: Syro
Beck: Morning Phase
Lydia Loveless: Somewhere Else
Sturgill Simpson: Metamodern Sounds in Country Music
Todd Terje: It's Album Time
Sharon Van Etten: Are We There
War on Drugs: Lost in the Dream
Kelsey Waldon: The Goldmine
Rising New York via Nashville songwriter Torres today announced her signing to Partisan Records and the release of her new album Sprinter due May 5. On the back of critical acclaim for her debut album, Torres (Mackenzie Scott) has dialed up the sonic textures and production for the new album, recalling female peers St. Vincent and Sharon Van Etten. A bold statement from a Nashville transplant - welcome to the NY scene Torres.
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Monday, December 22, 2014
Monday, November 24, 2014
Monday, November 17, 2014
Monday, November 10, 2014
Ironically, the first song I pick to post in a long time is "Back, Baby" from a long time favorite Jessica Pratt. The mysterious songwriter with the Stevie Nicks "Landslide" delivery and early Marianne Faithful rasp-on-command, delivers a beautiful new track in "Back, Baby" - the lead track from her upcoming new album and Drag City debut, On Your Own Love Again due Jan 27. Welcome back to Jessica Pratt, and to me, baby.