Posts Tagged ‘Grandaddy’

best of the weekAs the year draws to a close and the best of lists start to appear, here is our pick from a surprisingly good week of new releases.

We have the first taste from Laura Marling’s new album, Besnard Lakes’ new 12′, and Milo Greene’s new EP as well new tracks from Grandaddy’s, Las Kellies and Syd Arthur’s recent releases and a track from indie rockers Sloppy Heads’ debut long player Useless Smile.

Over to you.

  1. Laura Marling – Soothing
  2. Milo Greene – We Kept The Lights On
  3. Grandaddy – A Lost Machine
  4. Allo Darlin’ – Hymn On The 45
  5. The Besnard Lakes – Laura Lee
  6. Syd Arthur – Monsters
  7. Las Kellies – Sugar Beat
  8. The Sloppy Heads – Suck

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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best of the weekA cracking collection of nine brand new tunes gathered from this week for you.

We have the return of Grandaddy, a reverential cover of the Modern Lovers by Sunflower Bean, and tastes from new records by Weyes Blood, Howe Gelb, Marissa Nadler and TOY and, as they always say, much more besides.

All yours…

  1. Grandaddy – Way We Won’t
  2. Allah-Las – Terra Ignota
  3. TOY – I’m Still Believing
  4. Weyes Blood – Do You Need My Love
  5. Marissa Nadler – The Best You Ever Had
  6. Sunflower Bean – Old World  (Modern Lovers cover)
  7. Growlers – I’ll Be Around
  8. Howe Gelb – Terribly So
  9. Laish – Love On The Conditional

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A gorgeous new festive collaboration from Band of Horses and Jason Lytle of Grandaddy.

Stream Hang An Ornament here.

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Jason Lytle on Noisetrade.

The erstwhile, though now recently reunited, Grandaddy frontman Jason Lytle releases his new solo album Dept. Of Disappearance on Anti- today. It has been picking up some excellent reviews and we are expecting more of his brilliantly forlorn and mournful tales wrapped up in warm landscapes of sound.

To mark the event, there is a free sampler available from Noisetrade containing three tracks from the album as well as an alternate version of Hangtown and two tracks from his outstanding 2009 release Yours Truly, The Commuter.

Click here to get the sampler for free, or grab a taste below in the shape of the wonderfully weary heartbreak and ennui of Somewhere There’s A Someone.

Alternatively, just go and buy the album here.

Download Jason Lytle – Somewhere There’s A Someone mp3 (from Dept. Of Disappearance Bonus Sampler)