Videos of the Day: Delta Spirit || Sad Baby Wolf || Sam Sallon || The Whispering Tree

Some cracking videos for some cracking songs today. Delta Spirit have offered up their video for Yamaha and  Sad Baby Wolf have a live performance of their cover of a Jesus & Mary Chain classic. Singer-songwriter Sam Sallon’s animated video for You May Not Mean To Hurt Me (But You Do) is well worth watching, and The Whispering Tree’s video for Where Have You Gone comes from their … Continue reading Videos of the Day: Delta Spirit || Sad Baby Wolf || Sam Sallon || The Whispering Tree

More Rounding Up To Be Done

We’re still rounding up all those new releases, new tunes, good tunes, and more to keep your day as varied and joyous as ours…Ha! And so we have another ‘cop-out” post prompted by another fearsome backlog, which has once again kickstarted our anxiety over (a) failing to keep up, and (b) failing to give the appropriate time and text that these releases deserve and (c) … Continue reading More Rounding Up To Be Done

Sad Baby Wolf Cover Neutral Milk Hotel

Sad Baby Wolf have covered Neutral Milk Hotel’s early classic Everything Is. Instead of trying to bring the track to a more modern place, the band embraced the distinct ’90s sound that Neutral Milk Hotel helped shape. SBW makes the song their own though, with Maury Crandall’s more prominent drumming and Marty Crandall’s vocals giving the song a more cohesive feel than the original. The … Continue reading Sad Baby Wolf Cover Neutral Milk Hotel

Mad Mackerel’s Best Of The Month: December 2011

Here is our final monthly Best Of mix of songs from 2011 – despite all the Christmas fayre on offer, there were still a whole plethora of cracking new tracks to enjoy, and as always we’ve gathered the best of our December posts into one lovely mix for you with a couple of new tracks to sample too. Don’t forget to check out all our … Continue reading Mad Mackerel’s Best Of The Month: December 2011

Introducing…Sad Baby Wolf

In late 2010, Marty Crandall had been “let go” from the iconic indie-rock band the Shins and was met with the decision of either calling it a day or moving forward with this thing called music. Thankfully he chose the latter. Touching base with some friends from his hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico, that included fellow former Shins guitarist Neal Langford, brother Maury Crandall on … Continue reading Introducing…Sad Baby Wolf