For The Record

I'm Kameryn. I love music. There is nothing more fun than discovering new music and then sharing it with other people.
rollingstone:

The Strokes are officially back and have released a new track on their Soundcloud. “One Way Trigger” starts as a busy, synth-driven cut that features some unexpected falsetto from frontman Julian Casablancas. Then, as the song approaches the minute mark, the guitar jangles kick in and Casablancas briefly dips into his expected lower, sultry register. The band doesn’t forget about their famous guitar sound, either, busting out an ax solo midway. Click through to listen to “One Way Trigger.”

rollingstone:

The Strokes are officially back and have released a new track on their Soundcloud. “One Way Trigger” starts as a busy, synth-driven cut that features some unexpected falsetto from frontman Julian Casablancas. Then, as the song approaches the minute mark, the guitar jangles kick in and Casablancas briefly dips into his expected lower, sultry register. The band doesn’t forget about their famous guitar sound, either, busting out an ax solo midway. Click through to listen to “One Way Trigger.”

Looking for new music? My friend just showed me this new single, Arms, from his friend’s band 90 Pounds of Pete. I’m looking forward to what he comes up with next! Happy Tuesday.

(Source: facebook.com)

nprmusic:

The Lone Bellow’s music has commercial cachet to spare, as the roots-pop rumble of Mumford & Sons mixes agreeably with the more emotionally resonant folk-rock belting of The Swell Season or The Civil Wars.
Stream The Lone Bellow now. 

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nprmusic:

The Lone Bellow’s music has commercial cachet to spare, as the roots-pop rumble of Mumford & Sons mixes agreeably with the more emotionally resonant folk-rock belting of The Swell Season or The Civil Wars.

Stream The Lone Bellow now.

Me gusta.

Punch Brothers will be playing at the Bowery Ballroom in New York tonight, tomorrow and Monday and although I will not be attending, I will be anxiously waiting to read the reviews of the three shows!

Flawless studio session by Andrew Bird (as always).

(Source: NPR)

nprmusic:

Watch Divine Fits perform one of public radio’s favorite songs of 2012, “Would That Not Be Nice” at KEXP in Seattle.

Photos by Dave Lichterman for KEXP.