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 of kick-flips and nose-grinds.

Midwest Side Stories is very good stuff, and it’s out now.

RIYL: Todd Snider, Billy Joe Shaver, good music, hay bales, Robert Earl Keen, story-songs


Sinkane – U’huh

Here’s a little funky reggae-ish Sudanese pop by way of London.


Chris Thile – My Oh My

And now, Chris Thile being silly-good at music while sitting in with Jon Batiste and Stay Human.


Cloud Cult on The Lowertown Line

Let’s spend the next 27 minutes watching a fantastic band of lovable hippies, Cloud Cult.


And finally, Delbert McClinton’s newest single, “Like Lovin’ Used to Be”, recently premiered over at American Songwriter.  It’s good.


Until next week, cheers.

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