Monday Links

On Twitter 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, so I figured it makes sense to gather up those links each Monday and post them here so that everyone can get in on the fun. Enjoy.

Absolutely great recording of The Head and The Heart live in Boston from Visible Voice. Had the pleasure of seeing them (for the 5th time in 6 months) a few days later in Chicago and they were pretty magnificent.

The debut of the Rollo & Grady sessions features Lord Huron, who laid down a predictably gorgeous set. I wrote about ‘She Lit A Fire’ during the week, but make sure to check out the entire session if you haven’t yet.

Fuel/Friends has a fantastic recording of the intimate show Ryan Adams played in Denver recently. So much good stuff in this set. Don’t forget, his new album comes out tomorrow.

I love seasonal mixes, and one of the best purveyors of said mixes is Cheryse over at Music for Kids Who Can’t Read Good. She just unleashed her autumn mix and it is fantastic. Seriously.

Daytrotter should be a daily stop for everyone, but in case you missed it there was a really wonderful session posted last week featuring Alexi Murdoch. The man has one of the most soothing voices out there.

This is a few weeks old, but my buddy April over at Common Folk Music posted a great Q&A session with Bryan John Appleby. He’s an interesting guy and reading what he thinks of his music and what inspires him gives me an even greater appreciation for what he does.

That’s it for now. I leave you with a video of The Lumineers playing ‘Ho Hey.’ It was filmed at a house show and makes me very happy each time I watch it. Seriously, just look at the looks on everyone’s faces- it’s pure joy. I absolutely cannot wait to hear their next album.

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2 Responses to Monday Links

  1. Matt Hart says:

    this kind of post is a great idea!

  2. i was at that house show! it was as wonderful as it looks. so so much smiling.

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