Check out the feature from Soundcheck to read up on how Dave and Dan Gibson came together to form Streets of Laredo! Their album Volume I & II is at radio now via Dine Alone.
Elitemuzik is streaming the entirety of The Asteroids Galaxy Tour’s new record, Bring Us Together! Give it a listen on the site and keep spinning the album at radio! Bring Us Together is out now via Hot Bus/Rough Trade!
FDRMX references Bob Dylan when noting Field Reports superb lyrics. Click the picture above to read their review of Marigolden, and if you love Dylan’s lyrics too, then keep spinning Marigolden, which is at radio now via Partisan Records.
Tune into WERS 88.9 at 4PM ET to hear Roadkill Ghost Choir’s live session! Click the photo above to stream online.
In case you missed it, watch “French electroclash titans” Black Strobe latest video “For Those Who Came to Earth” over on Thump! Godforsaken Roads out now!
Listen to Carousel’s remix of “1936” by Phox over at Hype Machine now! Phox’s single “1936” is at radio so keep spinning this soothing tune.
Tune in to KEXP today at 11:30am Pacific (2:30pm Eastern) to hear The Wytches performing a live in-studio from The Cutting Room Studios in New York! The band will play a few tracks from Annabel Dream Reader and chat with Morning Show host John Richards. If you’re in Seattle, turn the dial to 90.3 FM, otherwise hop on KEXP.org to listen!
Annabel Dream Weaver is out now on Partisan Records!
In case you missed it, Pitchfork announced Hudson Mohawke’s latest Chimes EP back in June. Click the picture above to read the coverage and stream the title track off the EP, which is at radio now via Warp!
Huge fans of Field Report’s self-titled debut, Pittsburg In Tune assure us that Field Report have avoided the sophomore slump with Marigolden. The album is at radio now via Partisan Records, so keep spinning!
AllMusic reviewed Moreno Veloso’s new album, Coisa Boa, giving it 4.5 stars out of 5! Reviewer Thom Jurek added “, with its focused musical simplicity, lyric intimacy, and spacious production, is as close to perfect as it gets.” Read the whole review and keep spinning Coisa Boa at radio!