Good stuff from this Chicagoan.
Thanks for listening, everyone. The official release will be in the near future, so stay tuned.
Next week, what are you scared of? Zee German?
Guessing there's a few fans out there.
Ms. Clark's 5th album has recently dropped and I'm becoming acquainted with it. Ask me about it in a week.
FWIW, I have similar issues with this performance as I did with this one. Where'd her cool backing band go?
The 2017 resurgence of mid-to-late-aughts indie rock continues!
I keep trying to see if they can, but I'm not sure these guys can ever make their live performance sound like their records do. The new record's pretty good though.
Hey look new War on Drugs!!!
This band is pretty good.
FTLT (the citizen that alerted the citizenry to the likes of Alabama Shakes and Courtney Barnett long before everyone else figured it out, who also used to be a DJ, contributor, and frequent commenter as well as being known as somewhat of a basketball enthusiast (in the case that anyone is unfamiliar)) causally dropped a mention in a FMD a little bit back. I've learned to listen when the hitman does so.
A collaboration between the lead singer of The Walkmen and one of the main cogs of Vampire Weekend, their album is a whirling plunge through genres, eras, and textures, but all with a distinctly original sound that I hope they explore on another album or two. Anyway, this song has been between lowkey to rock-climber's grip stuck in my head for the past few weeks now.