Weekly Release Spotlight: Each week we put off doing our American Popular Culture 1900-1940 term paper so we can comb through mountains of new music to find that one perfect album that we (and you) almost missed. But we didn't. And now you didn't either.
If there was ever a band in the modern age with psychedelic riffs folksy enough to inspire the trading of grilled-cheese sandwiches for concert tickets, it would probably be Woods, or at least they’d have a pretty strong shot at it with their latest album With Light and With Love.
If you live in the Twin Cities area, you've probably heard of Black Diet. At the very least you’ve glimpsed the image of frontman Jonathan Tolliver’s iconic hair, which is plastered everywhere from record shop windows to the front of their T-Shirts.
Seahaven’s newest album probably isn’t what you expected.
"If only the good ones die young, I pray your destruction come swift like a thief in the night."