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10 Best Songs of the Week: The Weather Station, Saintseneca, Adrian Younge, Flock of Dimes, and More

Plus New Madrid, Du Blonde, Indigo Sparke, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Feb 05, 2021

Welcome to the fourth Songs of the Week of 2021. It was a fairly low-key week, news wise, although crackpot Q-Anon believing Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene was removed from her committee assignments, thanks in part to 11 Republicans who crossed the aisle and voted with Democrats, and the Senate passed a budget resolution early this morning that paved the way for President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 relief package to be passed without any votes from Republicans. More

RINSE Shares Video for New Song “Tamaryn (Wherever I Am)”

Wherever I Am EP Will Be Out on March 5

Feb 02, 2021

RINSE (aka Joe Agius) has shared a video for his new song “Tamaryn (Wherever I Am).” The song is from his upcoming EP, Wherever I Am, which will be out on March 5. More

14 Best Songs of the Last Three Weeks: Casper Clausen, Kiwi Jr., RINSE, Sleaford Mods, and More

Plus Kevin Morby, Crowded House, Django Django, and a Wrap-up of the Last Three Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Nov 13, 2020

Welcome to the 42nd Songs of the Week of 2020. We haven’t done a Songs of the Week in three weeks. Because of last week’s presidential election there were hardly any new songs of note released and we were too on edge awaiting the outcome to be decided to focus on new music. The week before was the run up to Halloween and there were certainly some worthy songs then, but for whatever reason we didn’t get Songs of the Week finished in time and abandoned it. So this week’s Songs of the Week covers the last three weeks, but mainly songs from this week and two weeks ago. More




Reviews

Mar 10, 2021

Joe Agius, the Brisbane, Australia-based rocker with a friendly and unobtrusive presence, sports a voice that could conceivably fit into any richly constructed dream pop arrangement. More