But There's Still The Moon, with Tasha

Premiere DateApr 25, 2020
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 // Sponsor + Intro
02:25 “But There’s Still The Moon” Tasha
06:00 // Tasha interview
20:03 “Everybody Eats When They Come To Mo's House (Single)” Mo Douglas
20:17 // A bunch of new music today
21:00 “How To Counterfeit A Minor Breakthrough” S. Rich
24:01 “Wake Up!” Hazel English
27:31 “Fly On The Wall” Civic center
30:32 “Price Went Up” Cassowary
34:05 /// Singles and album tracks coming up
35:03 “Pull Apart Heart” Eliza & The Delusionals
38:20 “Call Me When It’s Over” Max Bloom
42:19 “Problem Addict” Once & Future Band
47:19 “Control” Elvis Depressedly
50:38 // Just a couple more this week
51:17 “Te Queria” Lido Pimienta
55:16 “Tilt” Howling Hex
56:57 “Nowhere To Go” Langhorne Slim
59:04 // OUTRO
60:06 // END.

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.)

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