I was reminded of and revisited Bloc Party‘s 2005 debut, Silent Alarm, this past week. Here’s one of the many strong tunes.
While checking out Dan Mangan‘s Chicago show, this past week, I randomly recognized one (possibly two) members of his band, as members of the band, Zeus. That made me revisit their excellent 2010 release, Say Us.
Kevin Drew, know primarily through Broken Social Scene fame, released his fantastic sophomore solo album, Darlings, in 2014. This guitar lick was stuck in my head most of last week.
It’s too bad that The Redwalls called it quits. This band was the closest thing to a modern day Beatles.
The music of Eluvium is always a good source for taking my mind off of things and escaping the chaos in this world.
Hior is one of my first discoveries of 2019. I missed the boat on his impressive 2018 release, Descent, as this definitely would’ve been in my top 25 albums.
David Vandervelde released two albums in 2007 and 2008, but has lately been a member of Father John Misty and playing in a new project, Tess & Dave. Here’s the mighty opener off his 2007 debut, The Moonstation House Band.