“Who Knows” is found on The Rest’s album, SEESAW, available here.
Why write what something sounds like when you can listen for yourself. What do I know anyway? “Song For Motion” is found on the Lowlakes EP.
4/25 – Golden West Cafe – Baltimore, MD w/ Buried Beds
4/46 – Littlefield – Brooklyn, NY w/ Buried Beds
4/27 – Dreamaway Lodge – Beckett, MA w/ Buried Beds
4/28 – Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA w/ Buried Beds
5/2 – WTMD’s First Thursday w/ The Lone Bellow – Baltimore, MD
5/3 – Thompson House – Newport, KY
5/5 – Audiotree Live – Chicago, IL
5/5 – Schubas – Chicago, IL
5/8 – Big V’s – Minneapolis, MN
5/9 – Vaudeville Mews – Des Moines, IA
5/11 – House Show – Fairlfield, IA
“Always Eyes” from Suburban Living
“Night Fantasy” from Umberto
“Racecar” from Twin Tigers
“Gucci Mountain” from Standish/Carlyon
“Spider” from The Handsome Family
“So Very Strange” from Ulfur
“Chances Glide” by Monocle
“Face Cancellation” from Corespondents
“G 4 A G” from JJUUJJUU
“The Boat Of The Fragile Mind” from Belle Mare
“Vacations” from Dead Confederate
Toronto band Union Duke recorded their new album, Bandits & Bridges, in a shotgun shack on Lake Ontario. With that serving as a backdrop take in some video of “Fire & The Furs” / “I Don’t Love You”, as well as the album as a whole here.
“Synthetic Love Of Emotional Engineering” is the title track from Vicky Cryer’s debut album set for release next week. The work features Louis XIV’s Jason Hill along with some friends from Muse, The Killers, Mars Volta, Jamiroquai, and Julian Casablancas.
Western Medication released their debut seven inch, The Painted World, via Jeffery Drag Records back in January.
If your yearning for a return to rootsy and unequivocally American, Woody Pines new album Rabbits Motel might be just the gesture you’re seeking. The record is said to be inspired by folks including, but not limited to Bill Haley, Leadbelly, Chuck Berry, Hank Williams, Sam Cook and Doc Watson.
Watch the video below for “Like I Do” and preview the rest of the album here