Posts Tagged ‘Israel Nash’

 

  1. Wooden Shjips – Already Gone
  2. Oh Sees – Overthrown
  3. Israel Nash – Rolling On
  4. Goon – Choke Throat
  5. Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood – Save Me
  6. Sons of Bill – Easier (feat. Molly Parden)
  7. Liars – Liquorice
  8. Gurr – Hot Summer
  9. Mommy Long Legs – Bridezilla

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This weekend, why not relax with our regular pick of the best new releases and tunes of the past seven days.

  1. Father John Misty – The Memo
  2. Israel Nash – The Fire & The Flood
  3. Joanna Newsom – Leaving The City
  4. Bruising – Emo Friends
  5. Mount Moriah – Calvander
  6. Wytches – Darker
  7. Waters – Up Up Up
  8. Jacuzzi Boys – Wildflower
  9. Hazel English – Fix

 

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New Single From Israel Nash

Israel Nash releases a new single, LA Lately, on 2nd October. The track is taken off their new album Israel Nash’s Silver Season, due out a week later on 9th October on Loose/Thirty Tigers.

Influenced by the peaceful Texas hillside, the nine song album ventures farther down the acid-soaked trail blazed by his 2013 debut Rain Plans, arriving in lush and expansive territory.

The single is just shy of seven stunning minutes; kicking off with a doom laden intro before evolving into one of the finest examples of harmony filled, rolling, psych infused Americana that you’re going to hear this side of Christmas.

We can’t wait for the album – ’til then this is on repeat.

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Time once again for the weekly collection of new releases in one convenient package for you. This week it is lucky eleven…

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1. Ezra Furman – I Can Change (LCD Soundsystem cover)
2. Potty Mouth – Cherry Picking
3. Israel Nash – Strangers
4. Beach Slang – Bad Art & Weirdo Ideas
5. Widowspeak – Dead Love (so Still)
6. The Ukiah Drag – Open Room In Hell
7. Yung – Blue Uniforms
8. Elijah Ocean – The Ice Machine
9. Martin Courtney – Vestiges
10. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – The Ballad Of Joe Buck
11. Mercury Rev – Are You Ready

 

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