Playlist: New Discoveries 3/28
Discover the best new releases with our music staff! This week, they feature songs from Wet Leg, Youth Lagoon, Gorillaz, and Bully.
Playlist: New Discoveries 2/21
Graphics by Kasvi Bhatia Yves Tumor – “Echolalia” After a three-year hiatus, experimental musician Yves Tumor is back with their new single “Echolalia” which reminds… Read More
A Closer Look at the Grammys’ Best New Artist Nominees
“The 65th annual Grammys Awards ceremony, one of the biggest annual celebrations of music and artistry, took place February 5th…”
Our ‘All Occasions’ Valentine’s Playlist
Happy Valentine’s Day! Our staff has collected some tender and loving tunes to soundtrack your day, whether you’re going all out for a romantic night, or moving on after a breakup. We have a love song for any occassion!
Playlist: New Discoveries 2/9
New music from Gracie Abrams, plus local bands Pile and hemenway.
Playlist: New Discoveries 1/24
Graphics by Kasvi Bhatia WEYES BLOOD – “GRAPEVINE” Weyes Blood explores the potent themes of longing and loss on her song, “Grapevine.” While These themes… Read More
Your 2023 Music Forecast
Our staff and on air hosts share the albums they can’t wait for, and the shows they’re already making plans to see.
Pick of the Week: Jean Dawson “Pirate Radio*”
Dive deep into the latest from California’s Jean Dawson, who writes about rebirth and new life in a song packed with strings.
Our Favorite Local Albums of the Year
Graphics by Monika Krueger In July, we covered Our Favorite Local albums of 2022 So Far and now, 5 months later, we’re continuing on the… Read More
Playlist: New Discoveries 12/13
“The title and unusual subject matter of ‘Baby Queen’ come from a dream Damon Albarn had about the Thai crown princess…”
Playlist: New Discoveries 11/29
“Wilco has a plethora of wonderful and warm sounding songs, many perfect for the impending stick season, but ‘A Lifetime to Find’ is…”
Playlist: New Discoveries 11/15
“If you’re looking for a groovy reality check, then Air Traffic Controller’s latest release, “20,” should be your next listen…”