In the latest episode of BDWPS, I take a look back and some of the highlights from my week spent at SXSW in Austin, Texas. You will hear new music from Spoon, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Cherry Glazerr, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Pill, and Girlpool. We also continue our look back at Bob Dylan’s 1964 release, The Times They Are A-Changin’.
Spoon “Do I Have to Talk You Into It”
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever “French Press”
Cherry Glazerr “Told You I’d Be With The Guys”
Hurray for the Riff Raff “Rican Beach”
Bob Dylan “Boots of Spanish Leather”
This year’s SXSW was one of good fortune. It seemed like everything went our way – from transportation, to a plethora of engaging shows, to one fantastic food truck choice after another. To sum up, this SXSW 2017 was one of the best I’ve attended in years, and here are some reasons why. Continue reading
I think we can all agree that 2016 was not a great year. From terrorist attacks to deaths of beloved celebrities to the tumultuous presidential election, it’s easy to compile a list of 2016’s lowlights. What has been lost in this sea of let-downs and despair is the amount of great music that was released this past year. Once again, I’ve compiled a list of some incredible albums that hail from a wide range of genres. Give the final 20 a read through and a listen. I’m sure you’ll find something you also enjoy, and maybe you’ll discover something that strayed beyond your listening peripheral in 2016.
In this episode of BDWPS Podcast we check out new tracks from Aesop Rock, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Underworld, Yoni & Geti, Cate LeBon, Dalek, and Xiu Xiu. We also discuss the Jay Reatard documentary “Better Than Something” and take a closer look at the Bob Dylan anti-war anthem, “Masters of War”. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher (search key word: BDWPS).
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Aesop Rock “Lotta Years”
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever “Heard You’re Moving”
Yoni & Geti “Internal Exile”
Cate LeBon “Wonderful”
Dalek “Guaranteed Struggle”
Xiu Xiu “Laura Palmer’s Theme”
Jay Reatard “My Shadow”