It's a new music catchup week, as we dig back into the virtual bins for some of the past couple of months' new releases for a great mix of musical discovery. From Shopping and Loving to Arbor Labor Union, Surface To Air Missive, and Scratchy Blanket to Son Little, Lady Lamb, and Alice Boman, there's so much amazing new music out and you're sure to find a new favorite in here!
Destroyer, a band formed in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1995, released their 12th studio album, Have We Met, this past January . I'll be playing one of my favorite tunes from that release today on the show. Plus, new music from Purr, Mount Sharp, Cuesta Loeb, Country Westerns, Bee Appleseed and more! Stay tuned.
Happy six year anniversary God Bless Weirdmerica! That’s right; we’ve been serving up all the newest, all the weirdest tunes for you over the past six years. Find something that doesn’t quite fit into any established genre? Things that are unique and live on their own? Then you’ll have found them on this show. We’ve seen so many great artists and great albums, and today I play some of my faves, some that date back all the way to my very first show. So enjoy! Here’s to six more years of total weirdness!
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NYC band Activity is a supergroup of sorts, with Travis Johnson, Steve Levine, Zoë Browne, and Jess Rees coming from the excellent bands Grooms, Field Mouse, and Russian Baths. This particular… | watch