If there was such a thing as a pleasant hangover, I'm guessing it would feel like how "Equal Powers" soundsRead More
What happens when you combine Kim Possible's twin brothers, Foxygen and eyeliner?Read More
Oh, the mid-2000s. I miss your piano pop.Read More
Everybody Works has been released with an overwhelmingly positive reception. "The Bus Song" is, in my opinion, the song that best represents the lovely album as a whole.Read More
NPR Music released the first of five Sylvan Esso studio session videos today, and I'm very excited.Read More
This song is too good not to share.
Glaspy has a ridiculously clean, clear and emotive voice, as well as beautiful guitar skills. This song speaks for itself and I hope everyone else is as moved as I am.
I was planning on featuring a Lucius song tonight anyways, but an NPR recording of the band performing "Dusty Trails" at SXSW popped up in my subscription box, so picking the track was pretty easy. Good luck lifting your jaw off the floor after the 2:52 mark.
Courtney Barnett may have been snubbed at the Grammys this year, but she got to perform on Colbert last night and that's a win in my book. To sweeten the deal, she played my favorite song of her recent album! Enjoy!
In honor of Ben Folds finally doing an NPR Tiny Desk concert, my song of the day is "Emaline." It's my favorite song of all time. Enjoy.
Alabama Shakes need to continue winning all the Grammys. Here's the incredible track that won Best Rock Song, deservedly.
I just took some NyQuil for the first time in awhile. Good night everyone.
It's Warren Zevon's birthday! Zevon wrote many fantastic songs, but this one sticks with me in particular after singing it quite a bit a few summers ago. The video below is the only video I could find of him performing it live and holy mackerel is it beautiful. Enjoy.