Best in Show
This week’s Best In Show comes courtesy of Liverpudlian newcomers, She Drew the Gun. “Something For the Pain” is a slow burning groover to heat you up this winter. The song can be found on the band’s sophomore album, Revolution of Mind, available now from Skeleton Key Records. For more information visit shedrewthegun.com.
Our Best In Show this week suits the January-weather-in-November we’ve been experiencing recently. From two legends, Marianne Faithfull & Nick Cave, comes the gorgeous “The Gypsy Faerie Queen” from Marianne’s recent album, Negative Capability. The album is available now. For more information visit mariannefaithfull.org.uk.
We always love songs that mention radio, and if they have a positive uplifting vibe, even better. This week’s Best In Show, “Stars Around My Heart,” is from former Beta Band man, Steve Mason, who has been laying low for a few years. We’re glad he’s back, and it sounds as if he is too. The song can be found on his upcoming album, About the Light, which will be available in January. For more information visit stevemasontheartist.com.
This week’s Best In Show is from Santa Ana, CA, native, Miya Folick. “Stop Talking” is from her debut album, Premonitions, available this week on Terrible Records. It’s safe to say that Miya may be way ahead of the curve in using the Tinder dating app to put her band together. For more information visit miyafolick.com.
We’re going with the wistful this week for our Best In Show pick. “Let’s Go Sailing Instead” seems like some good advice from the Denver, Colorado, newcomers, Whiskey Autumn. And as their name suggests, this tune is a good soundtrack for watching leaves fall. For more information visit whiskeyautumn.com.