Sharon Van Etten is a more-than sensational singer/songwriter and person, or so I am pretty positive from what I’ve read and/or seen. “Serpents” is the single from her album due out in February of next year.
I wanna turn you on, turn you out, all night long, make you shout.
Gotye is a solo act from Belgium. This song features Kimbra, and the video for it is really awesome. The picture above is a clip from the video to give you an idea.
“BEST CAKE EVER” – Young Jeezy
It’s about to get so real at the carriage house. Come freak with us. Click “continue reading” for more info…
This song has been in my head all week. This band is futuristic and a throwback at once. I love ‘em. If you’re lucky, this song may be played at the carriage house this weekend…
A-Strauss crafts inventive and ambitious playlists to get you going every Saturday evening. Organized around a single theme (this week’s was “crime”), each show is an exercise in creative juxtaposition, bringing together songs from accross genres and time periods in unpredictable ways. This is what college radio is all about.
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“Into the River” is one of the standout tracks from Portage’s debut album released earlier this year.
What does this 36 year old Austrian know about jazz and swing? Plenty apparently.
The Submarines are a two-member band from LA who’ve been around since 2006.
BlakRoc is The Black Key’s hip hop/rap side project, combining their soulful bluesy sounds with a variety of rappers from Mos Def to Ludacris.
The first track off the new Russian Circles album Empros is dense, bleak, and sprawling. Listen and connect yourself to the autumnal node.
Sunday Brunch with Tom and Drew is a radio program to bring the masses together. It was created with a vision to share with the world the two things that Drew and Tom hold most dearly: Music and Brunch. Since the technology to deliver food through the airwaves does not yet exist, Tom and Drew can merely provide you with a lovely range of soundtracks to sooth the mind and titillate the ears. So chef up some eggs and tune in to SOCC on Sundays from 2-3pm. For more information and random musings, check them out on Facebook
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Penguin Prison (AKA Chris Glover) Just dropped a new album. It’s like the 80′s just fell out of some sort of neon dance timewarp into your speakers.
This song has been playing a lot in our hall, thanks Gabi! Ingrid Michaelson’s voice is like heaven, damn.
Wild Child is the blogosphere’s new folk lovechild. You can expect it to appear on many best albums of the year lists. It’s honest, sweet and playful.