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9 Best Songs of the Week: Jack White, Madeline Kenney, Field Music, Jay Som, and More

Plus Lord Huron, Kevin Morby and Waxahatchee, Franz Ferdinand, Loma, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jan 26, 2018

After two weeks of a plethora of tracks vying to be one of our Songs of the Week, this week the pickings were slimmer. Thus this week we have only nine best songs, instead of 10. There were also a lot of covers this week. More

Kevin Morby and Waxahatchee Team Up to Cover Two Jason Molina Songs for Charity

“Farewell Transmission” and “The Dark Don’t Hide It” Covered to Benefit MusiCares

Jan 25, 2018

Kevin Morby and Waxahatchee (aka Katie Crutchfield) have teamed up to cover two songs by Jason Molina, who died in 2013. The digital 7-inch is being released via Dead Oceans, with proceeds going to MusiCares, which "was established by the Recording Academy to safeguard the health and well-being of all music people." More

Jason Molina, Avey Tare, and PWR BTTM Share Songs For “Our First 100 Days” Anti-Trump Project

"Our First 100 Days" Will Include a New Song Every Day for the First 100 Days of Donald Trump's Presidency

Jan 23, 2017

"Our First 100 Days" is a new anti-President Donald Trump project. The good folks behind the "30 Days, 30 Songs" anti-Trump campaign during the election have teamed up with Secretly Group for "Our First 100 Days." More

Jason Molina’s “Songs:Ohia” Gets a Record Store Day Release

Journey On: Collected Singles Due Out April 19

Mar 21, 2014

On April 19 (a.k.a. Record Store Day), Secretly Canadian will release a box set version of Jason Molina’s Songs:OhiaMore

Jason Molina’s First Band’s Album Release Announced

Spineriders' Hello Future Tinglies Limited Release On Cassette

Jul 25, 2013

Misra announced they will release Hello Future Tinglies by Spinerider, a little known teenage punk band from Ohio circa 1991. The album will be released on a limited edition cassette as a tribute to the late Jason Molina, Songs: Ohia frontman and bassist for Spineriders, who passed away in March. More