catching up

Wow. Sorry for not doing one of these for the entire month of December. Gonna try and be a little better about doing this on a weekly basis or so during 2018. Anyways, let’s catch up on the tunes I think you should give a listen to.

“Lottery”- Jade Bird
This is the best two and a half minutes I’ve heard lately.

“Frame for One”- Jesse Marchant
Very ready for this new Jesse Marchant album in a few weeks. Forgot how effective he is.

“You Worry Me”- Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
Wasn’t sure what to expect with the return of these guys, but I’m very happy about this subdued-yet-driving tune.

“Night Shift”- Lucy Dacus
Really, truly couldn’t be more excited to hear this new Lucy Dacus album in March.

“PARAD(w/m)E”- Sylvan Esso
I’m ready for summer now, thanks.

“Empiricist”/”Coverings”- Typhoon
If you were thinking to yourself ‘I’d really love to be emotionally devastated by a record and then continue to listen to said record and peel back more layers of meaning which will lead to further devastation,’ this Typhoon record is for you. (It’s great. Seriously.)

“Cellophane Angel”- Dan Auerbach with The Preservation Hall Jazz Band
All. Day.

“Game to Lose”- I’m With Her
Beautiful, this one.

“May Your Kindness Remain”- Courtney Marie Andrews
Same goes for this one.

“Moonlight”- Joe Purdy and Amber Rubarth
This one, too.

“Miles Away”- Josh Ritter
We are to the point where Josh Ritter is just releasing b-sides that are fantastic and lovely just cause he can. I like it.

“Closest To Me”- Liza Anne
This is a wonderfully lonely, reflective song. Tailor made for winter.

“The Worst Way”- Donovan Woods
Same goes for this one.

“Inverness”- Marie/Lepanto
Will Johnson and Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster making rock music? Yes, I’ll listen.

“Pirouette”- Jay Som
This is a very good rock and roll song.

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One Response to catching up

  1. lizsamdog says:

    nice collection the jesse marchant album sounds great, Typhoon is an incredible release and listen and I am looking forward to the Lucy Dacus very much

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