Best in Show

Fontaines D.C. – Big

Just in from Dublin are Fontaines DC with the driving “Big” – our Best In Show selection for the week. Who says rock is dead? The tune can be found on debut album, Dogrel, available now from Partisan Records. For more information visit fontainesband.com.

Tame Impala – Borderline

Tame Impala is back with their second single of 2019, and this week’s Best In Show. “Borderline” recently wowed ’em at the Coachella festival, and we hope it wows you! For more information visit tameimpala.com.

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Read My Mind

Australia’s Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever keep moving from strength to strength. This includes new single, “Read My Mind,” our Best In Show for this week. The tune is actually a B-side from a single released back in February called “In the Capital.” For more information visit rollingblackoutsband.com.

Devon Gilfillian – Here and Now

We’re headed into southern soul territory for this week’s Best In Show: “Here and Now” is from Philly native and Nashville-based, Devon Gilfillian. It can be found on his new album, Get Out and Get It, available now from Capitol Records. Go out and get more information at devongilfillian.com.

Pure Bathing Culture – Devotion

Our pick for this week’s Best In Show is “Devotion” from Portland’s Pure Bathing Culture. The tune features on their newest album, Night Pass, available on April 26. For more information visit purebathingculture.com.

Vampire Weekend – This Life

Heading into warmer weather means finding tunes that suit the mood. Our Best In Show this week fits the bill: “This Life,” from the new Vampire Weekend album, Father of the Bride. The album will be available May 3. For more information visit vampireweekend.com.

Jenny Lewis – Red Bull & Hennessy

The new album from Jenny Lewis, On the Line, is garnering mucho attention, and rightly so…it’s great! For this week’s Best In Show we’re going with “Red Bull & Hennessy” which includes an all-star backing band: Ringo Starr & Jim Keltner on drums, Don Was on bass, and Benmont Tench on keys. The album is available now from Warner Brothers Records. For more information visit jennylewis.com.

Stealing Sheep – Joking Me

Straight out of Liverpool comes this week’s Best In Show, “Joking Me,” by Stealing Sheep. The bouncy electro track can be found on their third and latest album, Big Wows, available on April 19 from Heavenly Recordings. For more information visit facebook.com/stealingsheep.

Yola – Faraway Look

Wow! If mid to late 60’s soul pop is your thing (think Dusty Springfield), you’re going to LOVE this week’s Best In Show, “Faraway Look” from the UK’s Yola. The song can be found on her new, Dan Auerbach-produced album, Walk Through Fire, and there’s a lot to like about this big, already classic sounding album. For more information visit iamyola.com.

Claude Fontaine – Pretending He Was You

Our Best In Show this week is by American newcomer, Claude Fontaine, with the Brazilian flavored “Pretending He Was You.” The song comes from the Los Angeles-based singer’s debut album which finds her French-influenced vocals floating over South American and Jamaican rhythms. It’s quite an intoxicating mix! The album will be available April 26 via the Innovative Leisure label. For more information visit facebook.com/Claude-Fontaine.