Listen to our favorite tracks of the week from our staff curated playlist.
“Manifest” is a romantic and tension filled song with inklings of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks soundtrack, colored by lyrics of the search for meaning.
Junaco’s latest sun-drenched single recreates the wide open vision of a future filled with hope.
Ears to Feed is premiering Glasgow’s Nightshift’s new album, Zöe. Singer Eothen Stearn and Bassist Andrew Doig talk about creating music away from sweaty practice spaces.
Tyron is a retrospective, staying true to his tongue in cheek persona while also acknowledging some much needed personal growth.
With their eight full-length album Open Door Policy, The Hold Steady firmly stepped into the new era of a band with some sensational songs and juicy stories to tell.
Lush orchestrations and vocalist Isaac Wood’s manic delivery help Black Country, New Road carve out a sizable niche in the crowded UK post-punk field.
Ears to Feed chatted with Matt Jones of Castle Face Records about San Francisco, keeping up with John Dwyer’s prolific recording schedule with Thee Oh Sees, and the fantastic new live album by The Fall.
Meg Duffy details how yoga, craigslist word forums and The Microphones’ latest album helped them get through the year.
Founder Dan Goldin talks about transitioning from a blogger documenting the Boston scene into the head of an indie label, the artistic aura of Porches’ Aaron Maine, the genius of Rick Maguire of Pile and the band’s landmark album Dripping, his publication Post-Trash and the future of DIY.