Wednesday, April 17, 2013

3 Songs: On Repeat

Underground Lovers – “Au Pair” (The 90’s Australian dream-pop band returns after a lengthy hiatus to deliver Weekend, their seventh album and first in well over a decade.  Out now on Rubber Records, the band, featuring the original lineup, has modernized their guitar-driven attack with electronic beats and textures, remaining as catchy and creative as ever for a new generation of fans.)     

Wolves At Bay – “Know Why” (The Hamden, CT punk/post-hardcore band released their new EP, I Was The Devil Once this week on Animal Style Records.  The excellent first single deals with crippling self-doubt and is set to a stomping beat and a fuzzed-out bass line, providing the first taste of the band’s sound that blends the experimental spirit and melody of Brand New with the ferocious heaviness of Hot Water Music.)    

Phosphorescent – “I Am A Full Grown Man” (Hot on the heels of his latest album, Muchacho, out now on Dead Oceans, and in celebration of Record Store Day, Misra Records is reissuing Aw Come Aw Wry, Matthew Houck’s critically-acclaimed breakout 2005 album of rambunctious country-leaning folk rock.  This special limited pressing will include an updated jacket cover and will come with a digital download of the album that includes a rare recording of live Aw Come Aw Wry songs.)


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