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 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. Enjoy.

NPR is currently streaming the new album from The Avett Brothers ahead of its release next week. You should go listen to it ASAP. Edit: The XX are now streaming their new album, Coexist, on their siteMore Edits: You can now also stream the new albums from Field Report and Neil Halstead.

Video of a stunning new Bryan John Appleby song popped up online last week, thanks to the fine folks over at Seattle’s Fremont Abbey Arts Center.

The Tree Ring will be releasing a brand new album in the fall and this past week we got a taste of what’s to come in the form of this gorgeous video for ‘Shoulder Seasons.’

The Tallest Man on Earth stopped by Austin’s KUT radio station and played some songs, including an insanely beautiful piano version of ‘To Just Grow Away’ on the piano.

First Aid Kit covered Simon & Garfunkel’s ‘America’ as part of the Polar Music Prize Ceremony. Paul Simon was in the crowd. He looks like he loved it. I don’t blame him.

Noah Gundersen performed as part of The Ballard Sessions Live event out in Seattle. He played a new song titled ‘Time Moves Quickly.’ Whoa. Enjoy.

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2 Responses to Monday Links

  1. 70dayweekend says:

    Love the Tallest Man on Earth clip – his music takes on a different feel when accompanied by piano.

  2. Catherine says:

    Noah floors me every time

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