Weekly Roundup for November Twenty-First / two kids and a two-car garage

On this week’s roundup . . .  . . . funk, indie folk, hippies, singer-songwriter stuff, and some top-shelf ukulele playing. Happy Monday. ——— Chicago Farmer – Rocco & Susie / Skateboard Song Just your normal, run-of-the-mill song about falling in love, having kids, and making methamphetamine, followed by a cautionary tale regarding the dangers…

Weekly Roundup for October Seventeenth / all of this crazy commotion

On this week’s roundup . . . . . . danceable goodness from New Orleans, old-fashioned country from the midwest, rock n’ roll from Colorado, mandolin-centric indie pop from wherever Ira Lawrence lives (presumably Mars or Saturn), reverb-heavy rock from Sweden, and some politicking care of Omaha. Happy Monday to you. ——— Stoop Kids –…

Weekly Roundup for October Third / let your long hair down

On this week’s roundup . . . . . . Arizonian americana, morose rock, morose folk, and a little groovy saxophone. A happy and musical Monday to you. — Huckleberry – City of Angels / Bad News Some good old Americana right here from one of Arizona’s finest musical exports. Huckleberry’s latest EP, Shasta City,…

Weekly Roundup for September Twenty-Sixth / troubled by a disjointed dream

On this week’s roundup… . . . two singer-songwriters, two vintage-sounding rock n’ roll dudes, and two great upbeat songs from overseas. Happy Monday. — Kyle Morton – Gestalt of Original Pain / Innuendos Last week, Typhoon’s main singer-songwriter unexpectedly released a stripped-down, acoustic album. Said album is expectedly good. What Will Destroy You is out…

Weekly Roundup for September Nineteenth / i was young, sleeping outdoors

On this week’s roundup… … just all around good stuff. Better late than never. — James Vincent McMorrow – Last Story This tune from Mr. McMorrow’s latest record, We Move, comfortably resides somewhere between R&B, gospel, soul, and sad bastard folk. Also, it’s really good. — All Those Ships – Broken Cassette / Squish Spiders…