Fourteen Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Flat Worms – Surreal New Year The Uranium Club – Man Is The Loneliest Animal Ånge Teenage Angst – Ånge Teenage Angst A Merge Group Plays “Heroes” – V-2 Schneider  (David Bowie cover) Esther Rose – Don’t Blame It On The Moon W.H. Lung – Simpatico People MELTS – Echoes Wand – Scarecrow Sharon Van Etten – Never Grow Old  (James Cleveland Moore, Sr cover) Laura … Continue reading Fourteen Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Sharon Van Etten – Seventeen

We’re very much looking forward to Sharon Van Etten’s upcoming album Remind Me Tomorrow (out next week) and the latest track from it is Seventeen, a warm, fuzzy folk-rocker that reflects on her experiences of New York, now and back when she was a teenager. It is a kind of love letter to the city – nostalgic and romantic, but also touched with the cynicism … Continue reading Sharon Van Etten – Seventeen

Sharon Van Etten – Jupiter 4

We’ve not been able to post much recently, which is a great shame, given how much good new stuff has been appearing over the last week or two. Chief amongst them is this eerie, evocative new track from Sharon Van Etten’s upcoming new record Remind Me Tomorrow (due out on January 18th). Titled Jupiter 4, you can stream it below or watch the particularly good … Continue reading Sharon Van Etten – Jupiter 4

Sharon Van Etten – New Album & New Single

After five long years, the wonderful Sharon Van Etten has shared details of the follow up to 2014’s excellent Are We There. Her new record is titled Remind Me Tomorrow and will see a release on 18th January, via Jagjaguwar. The first taste from it is, appropriately enough, Comeback Kid, which is a track that is altogether more urgent and driven than anything we’ve heard … Continue reading Sharon Van Etten – New Album & New Single

Sharon Van Etten Remasters and Reissues Debut Album

Sharon Van Etten originally released  her excellent debut Because I Was In Love in 2009. Now she is reissuing a remastered version of it with two additional bonus tracks, entitled (it was) because i was in love. It will be released on the 17th November. Ahead of the reissue release, she has shared a new version of opening track I Wish I Knew, which you … Continue reading Sharon Van Etten Remasters and Reissues Debut Album

Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Car Seat Headrest – That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore  (Smiths cover) Royal Blood – Lights Out Iggy Pop – Asshole Blues Hurray For The Riff Raff – Be My Baby  (Ronettes cover) YAWN – Hum Land Of Talk – Loving (featuring Sharon Van Etten) Kevin Morby – Aboard My Train Wavves – Million Enemies                   Continue reading Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Fourteen Songs You Should Have Heard This Week (Part 1)

Once again some cracking tuneage for you today in Part 1 of our regular weekly round-up of some of the best new releases. We are ultra excited by the return of Justin Townes Earle and Champagne Corolla, which comes from forthcoming album Kids In The Street,  T. Hardy Morris who has shared a new track NY and Sharon Van Etten who reimagines the Skeeter Davis track End … Continue reading Fourteen Songs You Should Have Heard This Week (Part 1)

Sharon Van Etten – Not Myself

Sharon Van Etten has released Not Myself in memory of the victims of the Orlando shooting. It is available for a minimum $1 donation via Bandcamp here, and she says of the song, “I was home with my parents in New Jersey when I heard of the shooting at the nightclub in Florida. Hate, violence, and intolerance has always upset me, but I haven’t been this … Continue reading Sharon Van Etten – Not Myself

Ten Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

It is that time again. Ten more of the week’s best new releases rounded up for your listening pleasure. This week we have new songs from the likes of Hiss Golden Messenger, Beach Slang, Gringo Star and Lorelle Meets The Obsolete, as well as tasty covers from The Avett Brothers and Sharon Van Etten. Have fun. Hiss Golden Messenger – Biloxi The Avett Brothers – … Continue reading Ten Songs You Should Have Heard This Week