Throughout the week I keep track of all the new songs that I hear and love and every Friday I put them all here. Most of these songs are brand new, but sometimes I’ll miss a song from before and finally hear it this week.
The Jazz Butcher – “All The Saints”
This song comes from Last of the Gentleman Adventurers, which came out in 2012 but is being reissued this December.
Fire Records @firerecordings
Tommy Stinson – “Breathing Room”
Any member of The Replacements releasing music is great, and it’s even better knowing that Paul Westerberg isn’t the only songwriter of the group.
]Burger Records @BURGERRECORDS
Mile High Club – “Windowpane”
Very excited about this new(ish) moniker of Alexander Brettin. I’m a couple of months late, but this music sounds poppy and wavy like The Zombies.
Stones Throw Records @stonesthrow
Brothertiger – “Out of Touch”
Brooklyn electronic artist is currently touring the USA and will be back in NYC 11/4 at Webster Hall.
Alba – “Operator”
This Australian duo pulls you in with sinister beats and bass and will please any fan of classic house music.
Yung – “Nobody Cares”
A great 2015 guitar song, but don’t worry it’s not emo.
Tough Love Records @ToughLove
Matthew Halsall & The Gondwana Orchestra – “As I Walk (ft. Josephine Oniyama)
You need to start following this Manchester-based trumpeter who’s become a rising star in the UK jazz scene. New album comes out 10/2 via Gondwana Records.
Gaze – “Seedless”
Sounds pretty 90s right? That’s because this song came out in 1997.
PremRock – “Juliet Has Survived (Dr. Quandary Remix)
One of the more interesting-sounding rapper I’ve heard lately. He’s supposedly influenced by people like Tom Waits, Kool G rap, Ernest Hemingway, and Nina Simone, and his mixture of samples will appeal to many different listeners.
Steve Lawson – “The Way Home”
This song opens like an intro to a movie – everything slowly comes in when it needs to and it ends up growing into a compelling recording.
I’m gonna go drink some Oktoberfest. Have a good weekend everyone!