Weekly Roundup for January Thirtieth / days and nights in quiet meditation

On this week’s roundup . . .

. . . less words, more tunes.

Onward.  Happy Monday.

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Spazz Cardigan – Happy Little Pills

Catchy indie prog-rock here, care of Nashville.

Spazz Cardigan’s new record is called I, and it’s out now.

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The Dead Ships – Citycide

One part early Strokes, one part The Stooges, one part The Hold Steady.

And you can regard that as a good thing.

Check out more from their latest record, Citycide, below.

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Father John Misty – Pure Comedy

FJM continues his streak of smarmy weirdness and irony, and throws in some political science this time around as well.

“What makes these clowns they idolize so remarkable?”

Well sure, we’ve all probably wondered that recently.  Sad!

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Clever – Belonging

This song just might make you want to take piano lessons.

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Josh Ritter – The Temptation of Adam

Really can’t hear this one too many times.

Apocalyptic songs about missile silos seem extra apropos right about now.

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Until next week, cheers…

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