Tag Archives: Sub Pop

A Weekly Guide To Your New Obsession: Yellow Ostrich, Father John Misty
, and Spoek Mathambo

By Lee Cahill and Sarah Besnard Artist: Yellow Ostrich Listen: “Marathon Runner” From: New York City & Wisconsin Label: Barsuk (New Album Strange Land out March 6th) Sounds like: Indie Rock a la Dirty Projectors meets The Dodos meets Mister … Continue reading

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A Guide To The Albums You Should Have Been Listening To in 2011

Album: Creep On Creepin’ On Artist: Timber Timbre Label: Arts & Crafts Sounds Like: A more soothing folky version of Screamin’ Jay Hawkins Reason It’s the Best:  Did you just make a horror film? GUESS WHAT? I have the perfect … Continue reading

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A Guide to the Best Collaborations of 2011

By Lee Cahill Stop. Collaborate. And listen. Need I say it? The best collaboration of the year goes to…drumroll, please…Jay-Z and Beyoncé for collaborating on their soon-to-be, incredibly talented, beautiful baby. Kanye might disagree. Let’s be honest though – “Otis” … Continue reading

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A Weekly Guide To Your New Obsession

By Sarah Besnard and Lee Cahill Artist: Frànçois and the Atlas Mountains From: Bordeaux, France/ Bristol, UK Sounds Like: Bilingual Euro smooth-pop inspired by 70s African music Reason to listen: Frànçois is a touring member of the notable, indie-pop band … Continue reading

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