catching up

Oh, hey there. It’s almost fall. That makes me happy. Also: I got married last weekend.

‘It’ll Work Itself Out’- Donovan Woods
Another new one from Donovan Woods. He is good at this.

‘Born Astray’- Balto
Well, this is one of the finer tunes I’ve heard lately.

‘It’s Not Real’- Hazel English
Very excited about this upcoming EP from Hazel English, you guys.

‘See Her Out (That’s Just Life)’- Francis and the Lights
Need this new Francis and the Lights album to be released ASAP.

‘Tiny Fires’- Kevin Morby
Kevin Morby is a machine that just continues to put out tremendous little tunes.

‘The Birds of Late December’- Luke Temple
This is about as pleasant as can be.

‘Sulphur Springs’- Conner Youngblood
Ooooo yes, this is nice.

‘Signs of Light’- The Head and The Heart
I’ve listened to this track about 85 times this week. It is great.

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9 Responses to catching up

  1. MMT says:

    Congratulations on the nuptials, Adam!

    (great songs here, too)

  2. Carrie says:

    Holy WoW! I have been following you since I followed and wrote for 1146 miles and I am thrilled as punch about your joyous union! YAY!

  3. Anton says:

    Great news Adam, hope that it does not mean the end of the brilliant collection of sad-bastard songs!

  4. Ed says:

    Congrats Adam, I have been following you for years. Just got married 3 weeks ago myself. Its great to find a soul mate, especially one that loves live music.

  5. Petr says:

    From across the ocean, the heart of europe, wishing you better luck this time and keep sad songs in full form both of you!

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