With recent news hearing that Young Buffaloare currently in the process of recording a long-overdue LP – I knew I had to do some revisiting.
Their 2012 five-track EP is a fabulous concoction of driving guitars, power-pop rhythms, and catchy songs that just urge you to sing along. Stream it for yourself below and be sure to keep these gentleman on your radar – I cannot wait for a full release.
Swirling guitars, catchy riffs, and lo-fi female vocals are pretty much all I need right now. I want to listen to “Silver Tides” over and over again. Stream Major Leagues’latest single below and be sure to grab the pre-order of their debut EP, Weird Season, out December 6th.
There’s a lot of things that first struck me about Michael Cassidy’s newest single, “Everybody’s Scared.” From the initial blast of brass to his lilting vocals over the otherwise gloomy content, I really enjoyed the track from start to finish.
This is the sort of UK-type folk I’m a true fan of. Stream the single below and be sure to do a little digging on your own.
Now it’s truly starting to feel like Fall. I love this time of year, I love the rush of the colder seasons. Something about the crisp air always makes me feel more alive.
Today I’m really digging Melbourne-based quartet, Sleepy Dreamers, who just released their new single, “Bike Song.” Easy going melodies, soft harmonies, and loose guitar chords. I’m all in on this one, enjoy.
Have you missed Little Anchor’s latest release? It’s ok, I have had this one on deck for quite some time now but I think a Sunday is just what I needed to put on some headphones and hit play. Floating Bridges strikes me immediately with just the quality of sound. The instrumentation never gets out of hand, the production is tight and clean while Alexa Cabellon’s sweet, almost ethereal at times, vocals carry you along track by track. Some tracks, such as opener, “Alive,” have true pop elements while “Carolina Waits” brings out that beautiful yet subtle slide guitar. The four piece’s most recent record is a diverse 7 track collection that’s worth multiple listens. Hit play and let this be your Sunday Listening.
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First, I need to just say wow. I haven’t checked back into the Andrew Belle world in quite awhile and to hear that extended low end underneath the mix is something I wasn’t expecting.
I can’t exactly put my finger on it, but he’s certainly walking into a new direction and “Pieces” is a wonderful introduction into Belle’s new sonic landscape. I love the added production with the synths and subtle gazey-tones.
Watch Andrew and his band perform the track live at Destiny Studiosdown in Nashville, and be sure to grab your own copy of his newest album, Black Bear.
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I’ve always been a big fan of the singer/songwriter Ezra Furman.
His lyrical play and anecdotes are on point while his instrumentation, including those fantastic vocals, surrounds the mix tightly. Furman’s newest track, “My Zero,” starts small with a catchy acoustic strum, beginning to paint his full story and completely pulling you in.
Grizzly Bear is releasing an expanded version of their album Shields so they just put this teaser track out on YouTube. It’s hauntingly good and they are able to keep it interesting for close to 7 minutes, that’s talent.
They break up the slower passages with a speedier lo-fi bridge, then end the song with some awesome saxophone. I guess this would be considered a B-Side in that it might not be as accessible to the general public, as it certainly isn’t a normal pop song, but it is an excellent piece of music. Shields: Expanded and Shields: B-Sides are available for pre-order now