Michael Feuerstack is a living legend of the Canadian underground. Between his work as Snailhouse and in his own name, “Harmonize the Moon” is his thirteenth LP. Its ten songs, drifting between classic folk and soft indie rock, are the perfect soundtrack to welcome Spring, if that’s a thing where you live.
Bolachas Now Playing, a new music Spotify playlist updated every Tuesday.
This week we keep dwelling deep into country territory with Ashley Monroe’s new record, Sparrow, and more than a handful of new western-ish songs from the likes of Gretchen Peters,Juanita Stein, Brent Cobb, T. Hardy Morris, Luke Winslow-King, Trampled by Turtles or Joshua Hedley. Plus: new Eleanor Friedberger, Jenny Hval, Neko Case, courtney barnett, Ty Segall,Iceage, Wooden Shjips, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Matthew Logan Vasquez, Lord Huron,Father John Misty, Nev Cottee Band, and Jeffrey Foucault.
Bolachas Now Playing, 11/2018 (#138):
Oneida – Economy Travel
A Winged Victory For the Sullen – Long May It Sustain
Grouper – Parking Lot
Kacey Musgraves – Space Cowboy
Courtney Marie Andrews – I’ve Hurt Worse
Ashley Monroe – Paying Attention
Vivian Leva – Bottom of the Glass
Vivian Leva – Time is Everything
Lindi Ortega – You Ain’t Foolin’ Me
Brent Cobb – King of Alabama
Joshua Hedley – I Never (Shed a Tear)
Don Gallardo – Same Ol’ Alley Talkin’ Blues #12
Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats – Babe I Know
Leon Bridges – Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand
Martha Ffion – Baltimore
Courtney Barnett – Need a Little Time
Cut Worms – Don’t Want to Say Good-Bye
Ben Frost – Self Portrait in Ultramarine
The Decemberists – Cutting Stone
Mimicking Birds – Belongings
The Hold Steady – Esther
Eels – Premonition
This week on Bolachas Now Playing we’ve got two more songs off country darling Ashley Monroe’s great new album, The Blade, along with a tasteful mix of folk, indie rock and rnb tunes for your listening pleasure, which includes a brand new Kurt Vile track – probably his best since ‘Freak Train’ (calling it!). There’s also new and recent music by the likes of Vetiver, Chuck Johnson, Great Lake Swimmers, Titus Andronicus, Field Music, Son Little, Bilal, Jill Scott, and Janet Jackson.