Well, the numbers are in, and this year 88.1 KDHX has broadcasted music from well over 4,000 different albums released in 2011. Who knew that many albums were even released this year?
Coming off the release of her sophomore record, "Bright And Vivid," Kathryn Calder heads to St. Louis this Tuesday to showcase her newest solo work.
Rachael Yamagata's songs trace a winding path from love's beginning to love's end, while celebrating all the complications that come along for the ride.
On "Hurry Up, We're Dreaming," M83 combines its usual ambient, shoegaze-inspired sound with catchier, pop melodies to create a diverse double album.
Before City and Colour took the stage, guitarist Daniel Romano (guitarist for that band) opened with set of tunes influenced by American country and Bonnie Prince Billy.
My attempts at Spanish may be atrocious, but my feelings toward the Mexican pop artist Ximena Sariñana are anything but.
It isn't easy being a string band in Nashville. If Music Row doesn't kill your spirit, the competition from the pickers will. But the Farewell Drifters more than hold their own.
Real Estate's sophomore release "Days" will have listeners longing for lazy, endless summers, even in the midst of a gloomy fall.