The message with this week’s Best In Show is simple: “Don’t Give Up.” The song is from the Memphis based band, Southern Avenue, who are named after a street in their hometown. It can be found on their self-titled debut album, available now on Stax/Concord Records. For more information visit southernavenueband.com.
This week’s Best In Show is a message of hope from up north. “I Want It All” is brand new from Canadian Leeroy Stagger, and can be found on his latest album, Love Versus, on True North Records. For more information visit leeroystagger.com.
This week’s Best In Show comes to us courtesy of Australia’s The Preatures. “Girlhood” is good old fashioned guitar pop-rock slightly in the vein of fellow countrywoman, Courtney Barnett. For more information visit thepreatures.com.
Our new Best In Show features Kevin Morby‘s “Aboard My Train.” The song can be found on the Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter’s latest album, City Music, available now on Dead Oceans Records. For more info visit kevinmorby.com.
We’re getting our boogie rock on with this week’s new Best In Show, “The Way You Used To Do,” from the Queens of the Stone Age. Its a preview of their next album, Villains, available on August 25th from Matador Records. For more information visit qotsa.com.
We bring it down a notch for this week’s Best In Show: “Lucy” by Macy Gray. We’ve been spinning a few tracks from the album, Stripped, over the last couple of month’s and we’re feeling it! For more information visit macygray.com.
This week’s Best In Show is nothing but…money! “Money” is from our new favorites, The New Respects, out of Nashville! It can be found on their debut EP, Here Comes Trouble, available now. For more information visit thenewrespects.com.
This week’s Best In Show is the beguiling “The Study On Falling” from Asaf Avidan, an Israeli singer-songwriter with a decidedly American sound. The song is available now as a single, with an album of the same title to follow this coming November. For more information visit asafavidanmusic.com.
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.