This simple, breezy new tune (‘Get Back’) from Memoryhouse is about the loveliest tune you could hope to hear today. Goodness. Enjoy.
Is ‘Like A Dream’ by Francis and the Lights the most delightful (and its video the most strangely mesmerizing) thing you’ll hear (and see) all day? I’m going to go with yes. What a jam. Enjoy.
On Twitter and Facebook I share links each day to various stuff that I think is great and/or worth people’s time. But not everyone that comes here is on Twitter or Facebook, so I gather up the best of those links each Monday and post them here so everyone can get in on the fun. If you’ve missed any of the past Monday Links (or just want to waste some time), check the archive of posts here.
Damien Jurado has a new album on the way January 21st, and last week we got our first taste of what it holds in the form of the below video of ‘Silver Timothy.’ It’s a trip, and it’s brilliant (obviously).
Eliza and the Bear released ‘It Gets Cold,’ their latest single, last week. It’s about what you’d expect from them, which is to say it’s real catchy.
Tyler Lyle finally let the internet see the video for ‘Werewolf’ last week. It was worth the wait.
Another week, another tremendous short, clever tune from Donovan Woods. Take a listen to ‘Carolyn Spelled Caroline.’
Lots of goodness in this here video of Chastity Brown playing ‘By The Train Tracks’ on the street in London.
Goodness. This video of Foreign Fields playing ‘Pillars’ for North Shore Sessions is something else. Enjoy.
Sometimes you find yourself listening to a song over and over and over without really being able to put your finger on what exactly you love about it other than ‘it’s damn good.’ That’s about where I’m at with this collaboration between Flume & Chet Faker. It’s damn good. Enjoy.
Any day two new tracks from an act you love pop up sort of (it was teased yesterday) out of nowhere is a good day. Thus, today was a good day, as two tremendous new tunes full of floating vocals and deep, crisp percussion from Conner Youngblood showed up on the internets. We’ve talked about this before, but the future is exceptionally bright for Conner Youngblood. Enjoy.
A sleepy love song for you and your Wednesday, courtesy of Ings (whose new EP you can get over on Bandcamp). Enjoy.
Ages and Ages are back. Or, rather, they have a new song (‘Divisionary (Do The Right Thing)’) out, the first single from their new forthcoming album (Divisionary, due out March 25th). This makes me real, real happy. It should make you happy, too. I mean, you like stomping and clapping and slow-building group vocals and joy and goodness, right? Thought so. Enjoy.