The New York Times included her in their "a Groundswell of Female Rebels in Pop" article, and after listening to "Here," there is good reason: Alessia Cara has a hit that is fresh and inviting. Have a listen to "Here" below.
Wilco's Jeff Tweedy and Nels Cline took to Reddit yesterday to take some questions from fans. Here are some highlights below. And if you haven't listened to Star Wars yet, have at it: it's one of their best.
There are a few albums released in 2015 I keep going back to -- Dawes' All Your Favorite Bands, Sufjan Stevens' Carrie & Lowell, Houndmouth's Little Neon Limelight, and Kacey Musgraves' Pageant Material.
I'm not here to judge what separates Musgraves from "country" and "pop country," nor do I really care what her music classifies under. Perhaps what makes her stand out, though, is that she sings about whatever she wants: rolling joints, the "only crown being in her glass," and living fast and dying fun.
On Friday, September 18th, Josh Rouse will be making his first St. Louis performance in 10+ years at Blueberry Hill's Duck Room, and Speakers in Code would like to send you to the show. We have two pairs of tickets to give away (instructions on how to enter are below).
Let's have a listen to "You Walked Through The Door" from Rouse's new album, The Embers of Time.
Here's how to enter to win a pair of tickets to the show at Blueberry Hill's Duck Room.
The contest will run through Friday, September 11th at NOON (central), and we'll randomly pick and contact the winner shortly after (if you enter through FB, we'll announce your name on our FB page). Good luck!