New Tunes from Sea Wolf

seawolfSea Wolf has a new album titled White Water, White Bloom coming out on September 22nd here in the States on Dangerbird, and as a prelude to the release of the album, he’s offering “Stanislaus” as a bonus track for those interested. It’s definitely similar to his last release, and has that folk passion mixed with his wavering melancholic voice. Have a listen.


Download: Sea Wolf – Stanislaus [MP3]

Matt Pryor On Daytrotter

mattSorry for the double up on Daytrotter posts this week, but damnit we can’t not post when Matt Pryor records a session.  We talk about Matt and his work in and outside of GUK and New Amsterdams on our site constantly, so you all know we love the guy.  Hell we even interviewed him a while back!  Enough rambling, check out the awesome session with songs from Matt’s debut solo record Confidence Man plus this unreleased track “Your Look Gave You Away”.


Download: Matt Pryor – Your Look Gave You Away [MP3]

FTC – Guided by Voices

gbvRecently I was reading a book from the 33 and 1/3 Series on Bee Thousand. It was perfect timing because everything else lately had seemed a bit stale, so I went back and played the album.  Over and over again, it reveals new sounds to me, just as the band’s output does for most listeners.  It’s great to see that Bob Pollard, sand Guided by Voices,  is still trucking along, releasing new albums to this day, but for those of you who missed out on the genius of this man and his band, I suggest that you go revisit the entire catalogue.  Here’s a little old school, straight off of Bee Thousand.


Los Campesinos! @ Emos (8/14)

los-campesinos1We always get excited when Los Campesinos! come to town so we’ll be making a point to see them on Friday when they come to Emos.  We’re even more excited this time around because one of our new favorite bands, Girls, will be playing as well.  Chicago band Smith Westerns will be providing opening support.  Tickets are only $14 and doors are at 9pm.


Download: Los Campesinos! – Don’t Tell me to Do the Math(s) [MP3]

New Music From Calm Blue Sea

promoCalm Blue Sea is an Austin band that have been known for their innovative take on music and their willingness to try things in a unique way.  That being said, it should come to no surprise that the locals have embarked on this new project of scoring an entire film and releasing the soundtrack completely on their own.  You may remember way back in March when we told you about CBS live scoring the old black and white cult favorite film Siegfried.  Yes?  Well shortly after that show, the band spent some studio time recording all the tracks for a double CD Calm Blue Sea soundtrack.  The results are really quite beautiful.  You can buy a digital copy of the soundtrack starting August 18th on your favorite online media outlets like itunes & Amazon or you can stream the entire thing at lastfm.  If you’re interested in seeing the music synced up to Siegfried, try searching youtube or snooping around one of those bit torrents you aren’t supposed to use.  For now, here’s two tracks from the soundtrack “The Treasure” and “The Hunt”.


Download: Calm Blue Sea – The Treasure [MP3]


Download: Calm Blue Sea – The Hunt [MP3]

New Tunes from Ramona Falls

bro One of those classy bros from Menomena has a new solo project under the name Ramona Falls. His record with said name, Intuit, hits stores next week on Barsuk Records, and we’ve got a new little tid bit of tuneage for you to hear. It starts out slowly, but then it bursts forth, which makes many of us salivate for the upcoming release. Buen proveche.


Download: Ramona Falls – Intuit [MP3]

Bowerbirds @ Mohawk (8/13)

bowerbirdsphotoWe’ve really been looking forward to this Bowerbirds show with Megafaun at Mohawk for awhile now and the time has finally come!  The show will be on the inside stage and should start around 10pm.  Tickets are only $8 at the door.  Even better news, our very own Martin Crane of Austin band Brazos will be opening things up.


Download: Bowerbirds – Northern Lights [MP3]

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