Kevin Morby and Katie Crutchfield (aka Waxahatchee) just put out a pair of stunning covers to pay tribute to the late ( Jason Molina Magnolia Electric Co., Songs Ohia).
The duo’s release of Molina’s
Farewell Transmission and The Dark Don’t Hide It is a fund-raiser for the charity MusiCares, a recording industry group that provides aid to musicians facing health or financial crises, according to a press release.
Buy the songs on
BandCamp or iTunes.
Jack White is releasing a new album, Boarding House Reach, March 23.
He just released a scorching track from the album called
Jay Som just put out a couple of new songs, Pirouette and O.K. Meet Me Under Water, as a 7-inch release (you can also buy digital version here).
Both songs were recorded during the
Everybody Works sessions but are being released for the first time.
O.K., Meet Me Under Water.
Bonny Doon is another good find for Woodsist Records, the label run by the great Brooklyn band Woods.
Detroit-based Bonny Doon just released
I Am Here (I Am Alive), an easy-going, laid-back track that appears on the upcoming album Longwave.
The new album is expected out March 23.
How to Socialise and Make Friends is the title track from an upcoming album by Australian indie pop band Camp Cope.
The new album is expected out March 2.
Keep Your Head is the lead track off the new album from Dead Meadow.
The Nothing They Need is the name of the full-length release, which is expected out March 2.
The band plans a stop at
Beat Kitchen in Chicago April 4.
Juiceboxxx is a self-described punk rapper from Milwaukee, who last year released an album called Freaked Out American Loser. It’s a high-energy albums that skews closer to punk than hip hop.
His love of punk is evident on a new song, a cover of late ’70s Cleveland punks
the Pagans’ Dead End America.
No Age plays a sold-out show at Schubas Saturday night as part of the Tomorrow Never Knows festival. Chicago’s Melkbelly opens.
No Age is releasing its latest album,
Snares Like a Haircut, Friday.
Watch a video for
Send Me, a track off the new album.
Ken, Destroyer made one of the best albums of 2017.
On Saturday, Destroyer, aka
Dan Bejar, plays Chicago’s Metro as part of the Tomorrow Never Knows festival.
As of this writing, there were still tickets.
Watch a new video for the song
Stay Lost, a track off Ken.
Distortion is a track from Mount Eerie’s upcoming album, Now Only.
It sounds like
Now Only picks up where last year’s A Crow Looked At Me left off.
Phil Elverum, who performs as Mount Eerie, writes songs about life — and raising his young daughter — following the loss of his wife to cancer.
The new self-released album is expected out March 16.