2015 is heating up with more releases including this Archive Series from Iron & Wine. Straight from the press release: “Iron & Wine’s Archive Series Volume No. 1 is the first in a series of releases pulled from tapes found in the back corners of closets and dusty shoe boxes – long neglected, but never … Read more
All photos by Tim Bottchen Iron & Wine played a solo acoustic, request-heavy show at The Pageant in St. Louis last night. The two-hour set opened with “Passing Afternoon” and closed with “The Trapeze Swinger.” Jesca Hoop opened the show. Enjoy these shots from Tim Bottchen, and please visit his site here.
Please, remember me Fondly I heard from someone you’re still pretty Iron & Wine (solo acoustic) + Jesca Hoop will be at The Pageant on Wednesday, September 17, and we have TWO PAIRS of tickets to give away to the show! We hope we get to hear this one. Here’s how to enter to win a … Read more
Photo by Paul Janovitz “There is no DIY, there is only Do It Together.” Will Dailey believes that, and why shouldn’t he? His upcoming album, due on 8/26, is titled National Throat, and it’s being released independently, despite interest from the “largest record label in the world.” Doing it together means doing it with you, … Read more
A couple of weeks ago, we introduced you to Irish born singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow and his impeccable single, “If I Had a Boat.” McMorrow’s debut record, Early in the Morning, will be released here in the U.S. tomorrow on Vagrant Records. We were able to catch up with James as he prepares for a … Read more
Welp, it’s 2011. And today, we’re proud to say, we’re celebrating our first birthday. It’s been a very fun year for us at Speakers in Code, but we’re extremely excited about what’s in store – musically, especially – for 2011. Here are the 25 upcoming albums we’re, like, totally psyched about, coming your way in … Read more