(Or listen here if you don’t have Spotify) PJ Harvey returns with her follow-up to 2011’s Let England Shake with a new track that could fit nicely on that album. But knowing this English songstress, we can expect few similarities […]
Today’s tune comes from Noah Gundersen, a singer-songwriter from Seattle, Washington who’s behind one of my favorite albums of 2015, Carry the Ghost. “Oh, you hold my heart forever. / I can’t hold on to what’s not […]
Vinyl. Lou Reed. Mechanic shirts. Black-rimmed glasses. Sounds like a teenager in the 1990s… or a 2010s hipster. Fergus Brown pokes fun at the hipster subculture in his song, “Nerds in Love,” referencing all of those things […]
This Tuesday, I’m happy to share music from a band I’ve recently discovered, Our Girl. Soph Nathan (who is also a member of The Big Moon), Lauren Wilson, and Josh Tyler make up this trio from […]
Can you believe 2015 is almost over? It didn’t sink in for me until I started preparing this post and realized it’s the last edition of Tuesday Tunes for the year! Fact: Time flies when you’re […]
I hope you all don’t mind a little change in pace for this week. As I’m in the busy final days of the semester, today I’m sharing some nice songs for your Tuesday evening listening pleasure. Young in the […]
On October 28th, the Foo Fighters’ website was replaced with a mysterious clock and looped audio on its homepage counting down to November 23rd. Was the band announcing a new album – Sonic Highways II, perhaps? Another world […]
Today’s tune comes from The Belligerents, a five-piece band from Brisbane, Australia. “In My Way” is the opening track from the band’s new EP, Outside:Inside. I’m new to The Belligerents’ music and this song’s catchy riffs and driving […]
“Kafari” is a new release from Icelandic band Lockerbie from their upcoming album of the same name. The lyrics are all in Icelandic so I don’t fully know what they’re saying (and Google Translate wasn’t much […]
The television and film industries have seen plenty of remakes and reboots these last few years, with even more rumored to happen.
Please make it stop. The same is true for the music industry, namely, band reunions. It’s rumored that Oasis may reunite and even Chris Cornell has said that an Audioslave reunion isn’t out of the question. While I’m always down for more Audioslave, it’s evident that nostalgia has a hand in shaping popular culture. Put on your rose-colored glasses (or take them off) because today’s tune explores that concept.