It’s unclear if this overhaul in sound is a natural progression of experimentation and growth or a knowing redefinition of self but, whatever it is, it’s working.
Chin-up advice to David Mead, a rediscovery of Math Rock Love, some legit Pop and a contentious inclusion of an LA resident.
There’s a deceptiveness to the Safari Room catalog of goods that should be approached with care. Judge too quickly and you’ll miss out on the best parts.
Part One: Hosts Mike Wolf and Kenneth Dedmon sit down with Craig Schoen from Peninsula to discuss his time in NYC and Seattle, his goals for the customer experience at his restaurant and partake in a spirited debate on the art of the Martini.
Love You Later, aka LYL aka Lexi Aviles, is an emerging pop artist that claims residency between both Nashville and LA. While this may roll some eyes for the hardened Nashville old-timer, it makes a great deal of sense for the kind of music she’s creating.
The Havoc Siren by Anchor Thieves On a previous episode of the WOTT Music podcast we played a track from the new Anchor Thieves release, Havoc Siren, but the entirety of the EP is a noteworthy experience that should be indulged in full. Anchor Thieves has been releasing records at a consistent pace since 2011, […]
A meditative journey comprised of longform, looping, compositions that build upon themselves through saxophone, clarinet, bells, percussion of various varieties and repetitive vocal clips.
Gary Branigan, Caroline Bowman and Taylor Jones of COLD LUNCH RECORDINGS sit down to talk about the history of the label, how they help keeps band focused on the fun and how they manage to juggle it all.
First solo David Mead album in eight years. Is it an outlier in the world of Streaming Music? I say nay.
AstroBeing The Next Aion by doo. I’m a sucker for many many things when it comes to music but if you’re album art is a highly stylized illustration of some celestial realm and your album title is some ambiguous reference to The Next Something or Other, I am going to be immediately intrigued. With that […]
le skunk is a bit of a mystery but it’s clear that there’s a diversity in the style of songwriting that makes them worth keeping an eye on.
Discussions around Stay Golden, Liberty Common, The Ainsworth, Green Pheasant and Lyra