Saturday, April 28, 2018

A Place To Bury Strangers: Situation Changes (Track of the Week)

Is there such a thing as "Twin Peaks" music? If so, the New York City band A Place To Bury Strangers are darn good at making it. Their fifth full length, Pinned, hit the shops last week and its landscape is filled with sights and sounds directly from the mind of David Lynch. It's a great record to zone out to and contemplate your place in the universe. Here's my favorite track...

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Sofi Tukker: The Dare (Track of the Week)

New York based music duo Soffi Tukker has just released their first full length albums after a series of singles and EP's. Treehouse is a veritable cornucopia of musical styles that delight the ears and inspire the mind. This album is a must for an 2018 playlist. Here's my favorite track...

Sunday, April 15, 2018

The Eels: Bone Dry (Track of the Week)

I've been a fan of The Eels going back to their 1996 release, Beautiful Freak. They've made many great records since that time and their new one is stellar. The Deconstruction is their first effort in nearly four years after the band's front man E needed a break. Parts of it sound most Tweetyesque but my favorite track is vintage Eels. Check it out!

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Gengahr: I'll Be Waiting (Track of the Week)

London's Gengahr release their second full length record last month and it's quite good. Where Wildness Grows is every bit as good as 2015's A Dream Outside in terms of its dudes-with-guitars dream pop quality. My favorite track is "I'll Be Waiting." Here's a live performance from Paris just last week.