Lost Brothers – After The Fire

Happy New Year! Our top 100 tunes of 2019 will be coming shortly, but in the meantime the Lost Brothers have unveiled the second single and video from their forthcoming album After The Fire After The Rain (out on the 7th February). Appropriately enough the new song is the title track and was recorded in Brooklyn New York – long standing MM faves, M.Ward and Howe … Continue reading Lost Brothers – After The Fire

Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

A 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 … Continue reading Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Nine Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

A 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… Grandaddy – Way We Won’t Allah-Las – Terra Ignota TOY – I’m … Continue reading Nine Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

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. … Continue reading Howe Gelb – The Coincidentalist

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 … Continue reading Mojo’s Free Yellow Submarine Covers Disk