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10 Best Songs of the Week: Loma, Everything Everything, Angel Olsen, Madeline Kenney, and More

Plus Wye Oak, Ela Minus, Glass Animals, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jul 31, 2020

Welcome to the 30th Songs of the Week of 2020. This week President Trump suggested that November’s election be pushed back, something he thankfully has no authority to do. Meanwhile on the same day three other living presidents were honoring the late Congressman John Lewis, with President Barack Obama’s moving eulogy offering a stark contrast to the current commander in chief. More

Liela Moss Dances to Her New Single “Turn Your Back Around”

Who the Power Due Out August 7 via Bella Union

Jul 30, 2020

Liela Moss’ (The Duke Spiritnew solo album Who The Power is getting released in just two weeks on August 7th via Bella Union. So far she’s shared tracks “Atoms At Me” (which was one of our Songs of the Week) and “Watching the Wolf.” And today, we get the self affirming anthem “Turn Your Back Around” and its lyric video. More

9 Best Songs of the Week: The Flaming Lips, Muzz, Bright Eyes, Liela Moss, and More

Plus Club Intl, Skullcrusher, Art Feynman, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

May 29, 2020

Welcome to the 21st Songs of the Week of 2020. It’s another week under quarantine, the same as the last week. In terms of this week’s new songs, the pickings were somewhat slim, perhaps partly because Monday was Memorial Day, meaning less new tracks of note were shared these week. But we’ve still come up with some that we liked (albeit, only a Top 9, instead of our usual Top 10). More

May 26, 2020

Liela Moss of The Duke Spirit has announced her new solo album, Who the Power, and shared its lead track, “Atoms At Me,” and an accompanying video.  More



Reviews

Who the Power

Who the Power

Bella Union

Sep 11, 2020

Best known as the voice of UK alt-rockers The Duke SpiritLiela Moss’ second solo album Who the Power is a suitably spirited and dramatic affair. Working alongside her partner, producer, and Duke Spirit bassist Toby Butler, Moss eschews the intimate dream-pop of her debut solo album My Name Is Safe in Your Mouth for something much more powerful. More