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The Buttertones take a well deserved top spot this week with music from their album Jazzhound. Dirty Projectors, Johanna Warren and more in the mix as well. Turn it up.
The Buttertones take us on a dark and sultry adventure with their new album—see who else made the list!
A new number one and quite a few countdown debuts. Hear a selection of tracks from some of the best new releases out there. Including out most played album of the week, Chaotic Good from Johanna Warren.
Extending the Memorial Day vibes with a Sunday show fit for a 3 day weekend.  Unofficial start of summer meets quarantine life and 2 hours of good indie tunes.  Let's do this thing!
If you're able, pick an artist in the mix and purchase an album or some merch during this time. An excellent choice would be Hazel English, who slides into the one spot with her wonderful work, Wake UP!
Her fresh take on vintage sounds brings a whole new vibe to indie pop.
Quarantine or not, I do this thing every Sunday.  It might be weird out there but it's the same old awesome Dealer's Choice show right here.  New New New just for you!
Tracks courtesy of Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, RJD2, Little Shrine, Elvis Depressedly and more!
M. Ward earns a well-deserved top spot with his 10th solo album Migration Stories. Elvis Depressedly make their countdown debut. All the most played albums on the site in one spot.
Check out who else made the top indie artists for this week & amp up that discovery music playlist of yours!
Land of Talk is back with a new single from her forthcoming album, Indistinct Conversations, available July 31st via Saddle Creek.
Let's turn things around this May.  New music gives us an opportunity to feel brand new again.  2 hours, 2 double shot blocks... HAPPY MAY TO ALL!!!
The Listening Booth embraces these strange times with some blues and downbeat alternative from the likes of Cassowary and Trace Mountains!
Jamezie, a Boston-based transgender artist, recently graduated from The New England School of Art & Design where they concentrated in sculpture, performance, printmaking, and philosophy.
This week we’re doing the usual rundown of new singles and album tracks, but with a special look at the recent single by Chicago-based artist Tasha, the first new release since her stunning 2018 debut, Alone At Last [Father/Daughter]. She joined us by phone to talk about the song, the personal challenges of being a creative person during quarantine, and how her songwriting and recording process has changed over the past two years. Then we get into new tracks from S. Rich, Hazel English, Civic Center, Cassowary, Eliza & The Delusionals, Max Bloom, Once & Future Band, Elvis Depressedly, Lido Pimienta, Howling Hex, and Langhorn Slim (from the new Wild Honey Record benefit compilation.)
Let's get comfortable and rock out!
Don't worry, we've got the playlist to help you survive this quarantine. Every Wednesday, in fact. 
This isn't a joke, y'all. This is still a playlist of BRAND SPANKIN' new songs. LISTEN UP!