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Charting the Music: Panda Bear, 'Panda Bears Meets the Grim Reaper'
An aging Noah Lennox, aka Panda Bear, channels his anxieties about approaching middle age into his latest album, "Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper." Without ditching his already well-established psychedelic electronic sound, Lennox has crafted a beautifully mature album full…
Song of the Day: 'Slaughterhouse Gulch' by Gwyneth Moreland
A praise song for winter, "Slaughterhouse Gulch" doesn't just paint a portrait of Gwyneth Moreland's cottage home in Mendocino County in Northern California. It evokes all the details, small yet visionary, of the natural and spiritual cycle of the seasons.
Song of the Day: 'We Won't Go' by This Way to the EGRESS
Picking up where bands like (if there ever could be a band like) Gogol Bordello left off, This Way to the EGRESS turns in a madcap take on the underrated (if not unknown) gypsy-jazz-old-time-punk drinking song.
Song of the Day: 'Wake Up and Fight' by Gaston Light
Recalling the darkest moods of Bruce Springsteen circa "Tunnel of Love" and the thrilling, contemporary approach to classic rock of bands like the Hold Steady, Gaston Light takes inspiration from a New Year's resolution by Woody Guthrie and runs with…
Song of the Day: 'Change It Up' by Boudoir Noir
Sultry electronic pop and just as sultry acoustic instruments come together on the new track "Change It Up" by Flint, Michigan-based group Boudoir Noir.
Song of the Day: 'Rows & Rows of Boxes' by Sorren Maclean
Hailing from the misty, Scottish Hebrides region of Isle of Mull, Sorren Maclean's contemporary take on folk music, as displayed on the new song "Rows & Rows of Boxes," sounds like it just couldn't have come from any other place.
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