Posts Tagged ‘Howe Gelb’

  1. Fat Earthers -Letter Bomb
  2. Howe Gelb – A Thousand Kisses Deep (featuring M.Ward)
  3. The Chills – Bad Sugar
  4. Mount Hudson – Write A Book
  5. Yak -Fried
  6. Steve Gunn – Stonehurst Cowboy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Time for our latest selection of tasty musical films.

Sit back and check out no less than ten new videos from TOY, Gazebos, Desert Planes, Howe Gelb, Chambers, OhBoy!, Einar Stray Orchestra, Underground Youth, The Orwells and Spectres.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

best of the weekA slightly quieter week due I suspect to Thanksgiving, but still we have eight new songs from you.

Check out tracks from Father John Misty, Cate Le Bon, Howe Gelb and Tim Cohen (of the Fresh & Onlys), another taste from the Lower Plenty’s album Sister Sister, as well as excellent new singles from  Proper Ornaments, Beachheads and Matthew Squires & The Learning Disorders.

Over to you…

  1. Father John Misty – Holy Hell
  2. Cate Le Bon – Rock Pool
  3. Proper Ornaments – Blown Away
  4. Howe Gelb – Impossible Thing
  5. Lower Plenty – Glory Rats
  6. Tim Cohen – John Hughes
  7. Matthew Squires & The Learning Disorders – Shape Of Your Heart
  8. Beachheads – Your Highness

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Howe Gelb - The Coincidentalist

Howe Gelb has been picking up some stellar reviews for new album The Coincidentalist, which saw a release earlier this month on the 5th November, via the excellent New West Records label.

The album features an all-star cast of musician friends: Bonnie “Prince” Billy, M. Ward, KT Tunstall, Andrew Bird and Sonic Youth’s Steve Shelley, and is a brilliantly unhurried, melodic collection of lysergic desert-folk.

Check out album opener Votexas below, or stream the whole album via WSJ here.

Mojo's Free Yellow Submarine Covers Disk. This month, Mojo magazine once again revisits a classic album with the help of some of today’s best artists.

The Yellow Submarine film was released on July 17, 1968 and the Beatles soundtrack album followed six months later. In 1999, the Yellow Submarine Songtrack, a collection of music from that era, was released and it is this track listing that has mainly driven Yellow Submarine Resurfaces, the Mojo tribute.

Covers range from Benjamin Francis Leftwich tackling With A Little Help From My Friends, Baxter Dury’s When I’m Sixty-Four, Thea Gilmore doing All You Need Is Love and Cornershop’s version of Love You To. Other artists involved include the wonderful Wooden Wand, Bill Wells & Aiden Moffat, Cornshed Sisters and Pete Shelley.

A couple of our particular favourites are below, Howe Gelb’s appropriately parched, half-spoken version of Eleanor Rigby and Gravenhurst (fresh from the release of their superb new record, The Ghost In Daylight) providing a tensely melodic Only A Northern Song.

Mojo can be picked up from any decent newsagents.

Download Howe Gelb – Eleanor Rigby mp3 (from Yellow Submarine Resurfaces)

Download Gravenhurst – Only A Northern Song mp3 (from Yellow Submarine Resurfaces)