This week’s Best In Show is the slow burn, subtle funk of Jeb Loy Nichols – an ex-pat American songwriter, musician, and artist who resides in Wales in the UK. He’s been making records for the last 20 years, and “Don’t Drop Me” can be found on his latest album, Country Hustle. For more info visit jebloynichols.co.uk.
This week’s show might be an 80’s college radio tribute, but that doesn’t mean we’re slacking on newer releases. Our Best In Show this week features the latest from Alynda Segarra and Hurray For the Riff Raff. “Living In the City” can be found on their latest album, The Navigator, available now on ATO Records. Visit hurrayfortheriffraff.com for more info.
Our Best In Show this week features “Two Steps” by Tanika Charles. The Canadian vocalist’s debut album, Soul Run, was recently released worldwide and we’re listening! For more information visit tanikacharles.com.
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.