This week’s Best In Show is a most welcome new recording from Will Merriman and The Harvest Ministers out of Dublin. “No Feelings For You” can be found on their brand new album, Back To Harbour. For more information visit facebook.com/harvestministersdublin.
This week’s Best In Show is from a band that needs no introduction. It’s the latest from Blondie, and it’s called “Long Time,” and you can find it on their just released new album, Pollinator. For more information visit blondie.net.
The War On Drugs is back, price and we’re psyched! This week’s Best In Show, information pills “Thinking of A Place” was released as a single on Record Store Day just a couple of weeks ago. It kicks off what will hopefully be a fruitful partnership with Atlantic Records. For more information visit thewarondrugs.net.
When a song is called “Favorite Song, pills ” it better be good! This one is so good we’ve made our Best In Show for this week. It’s by Sinkane, generic a UK-born artist who currently makes his home in the US. The song can be found on his latest album, Life & Livin’ It, on City Slang Records. For more information visit sinkane.com.
We head down under for this week’s Best In Show from the very prolific Australian rockers, thisKing Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, with “Rattlesnake.” The song appears on their most recent album, Flying Microtonal Banana, released in February. For more information visit kinggizzardandthelizardwizard.com.
Hang, pharmacy the latest album from Foxygen, rewards repeated listens with jewel after jewel – we can’t recommend it enough. This week we’re going with the second cut, “Avalon,” as our Best In Show. For more information visit foxygentheband.com.
Our new Best In Show is “Louisiana, treat ” the lead single from Matthew O’Neill‘s Trophic Cascade LP – out on May 10th. The single was released to coincide with the Native Nations March in Washington D.C. on March 10th. “Louisiana” is a pay-what-you-want release, health with all proceeds going to Earth Guardians (www.earthguardians.org). For more info visit matthewoneill.bandcamp.com.
Our new Best In Show is classic New Orleans vintage. “Here Come The Girls” was written by Allen Toussaint, diagnosis and recorded by Ernie K-Doe in 1970. It was never a hit but has lived on via many vintage soul collections over the years. New Orleans own Trombone Shorty has recently released a fantastic version of the tune as the lead track from his upcoming new album, Parking Lot Symphony, which will be available April 28 via Blue Note Records. For more information visit tromboneshorty.com.
We’re taking it down a notch or two from the usual mayhem that’s our weekly Best In Show feature. This week it’s Parker Milsap with “Morning Blues“. The 24-year old Oklahoma native writes with a maturity that belies his age. The song can be found on his latest album, maladyThe Very Last Day, more about available now from Okrahoma Records. For more info visit parkermillsap.com.
Our new Best In Show features “French Press” by Australian band, trocheRolling Blackouts Coastal Fever. Recently released in the US on Sub Pop, pill the band is reminiscent of such bands as A House, and the Blue Aeroplanes, with a dash of Courtney Barnett thrown in. The record is available now, and the band is currently touring the US. For more info visit rollingblackoutsband.com.