Friday Streams -- April 6, 2018

Friday Streams -- March 23, 2018



New Releases
Jack White - Boarding House Reach

Guided by Voices - Space Gun

The Messthetics - The Messthetics

A new band from Joe Lally and Brendan Canty, the rhythm section of Fugazi.

Off-the-Radar
Dungen & Woods - Myths 003

Because we weren't around last weekend, check out this record from a collab between Swedish psychers and US psychers

Friday Streams -- March 2, 2018


This week's new releases include a new LP from über-producer Jonathan Wilson and a boat load of singles.

New Releases

Jonathan Wilson - Rare Birds

Habibi - Cardamom Garden (EP)

Singles

Natalie Prass - "Short Court Style"

Ryley Walker - "Telluride Speed"

Yo La Tengo - "For You Too"

Horse Feathers - "Without Applause"

Off the Radar

Psychic Temples - Plays Music for Airports

Friday Streams -- February 16, 2018


The past comes back in a few ways this Friday including a new release from indie vets Superchunk and a reissue of an early Songs: Ohia EP.

New Releases

Superchunk - What a Time to Be Alive

Sondre Lerche - Solo Pleasure

Born Ruffians - Uncle, Duke, & The Chief

New EPs

Songs: Ohia - Travels in Constants (reissue)

Off the radar

Various - Soul Jazz Records Presents Deutsche Elektronische Musik, Vol. 3

Friday Streams -- February 9, 2018


We're back with some streams after a few down release weeks. This Friday's crop is bumper, because I mean, who doesn't want to hear what that Black Panther soundtrack is like?

New Releases





Off the Radar


What we should have listened to instead of Timberlake last week.

Friday Streams -- January 19, 2018


Welcome to our first edition of Friday Streams for 2018. It's an auspicious start to the record buying season. Here's what's catching our ear this week.

New Releases:
First Aid Kit - Ruins

Tune-Yards - I can feel you creep into my private life

Strand of Oaks - Harder Love

Off the Radar:
Cluster - Kollektion 06: Cluster 1971-1981

Founding member of Tortoise & The Sea & Cake and all around bad ass drummer, John McEntire collects an astounding group of tracks from seminal krautrock band Cluster.