“Wayfinder” is the new album by singer-songwriter Taylor Vick, her fourth as Boy Scouts. You should listen to this if you like Andy Shauf. You should still listen to this if you don’t know who Andy Shauf is (really? There’s a song from his new record in this playlist, too).
After two very promising EPs back in 2019, Dry Cleaning have finally launched their first long play, ‘New Long Leg’. Here, Florence Shaw’s sharp, deadpan spoken word vocals contrast with the chaotic instrumentation of the English post-punkish art-rockers in one of the most intriguing (and well accomplished) rock and roll albums of 2021.
Bolachas Now Playing, a new music Spotify playlist updated every Tuesday.
Back to normal 🤠this week as we focus on “Undesirable”, the captivating second album by ‘genuine American rock n roller’ Becky Warren. A great week all around as we showcase new and recent songs by Jessica Pratt, Laura Gibson, Eliza Shaddad, Miya Folick, The Furrow Collective, Blonde Redhead, The Good, the Bad and the Queen, Moonface, Geir Sundstøl, Beach House, Protomartyr, Ryley Walker, Bob Mould, Mountain Movers, Ben Dickey, Steve Gunn, Dean Wareham and Cheval Sombre, boygenius (the collaboration between singer-songwriters Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus), and David Crosby.
Bolachas Now Playing, 37/2018 (#164):
Jessica Pratt – This Time Around
Laura Gibson – Goners
Becky Warren – Dabbs Avenue
Becky Warren – Carmen
Eliza Shaddad – My Body
Miya Folick – Thingamajig
The Furrow Collective – False True Love
Blonde Redhead – We Should Be Holding Hands
The Good, the Bad & the Queen – Merrie Land
Moonface – Minotaur Forgiving Knossos
Geir Sundstøl – Warszaw / Alabama
Beach House – Alien
Protomartyr – Forbidden
Ryley Walker – Diggin’ a Ditch
Bob Mould – Sunshine Rock
The Mountain Movers – Bridge to This World
Ben Dickey – I Think It’s All Different
Steve Gunn – New Moon
Dean Wareham and Cheval Sombre – Grand Canyon
Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus – Ketchum, ID
David Crosby – Janet
Our playlist #38 has a lot of songs in it. The new Donnie Fritts record, Oh My Goodness just came out, and there’s two songs off it on our playlist. But it was pretty difficult for us to find a consensus on which album to put on the spotlight: there’s also two songs off new records by U.S. Girls, Mercury Rev, and Robert Forster to listen to, along with new or recent songs by Tindersticks, Kurt Vile, They’re Heading West (a beautiful Samuel Úria cover, featuring the man himself), Daniel Knox, Geir Sundstøl, and Glen Hansard. Listen to the playlist below and don’t forget to follow the main playlist here and check all the songs we’ve been championing since the first week of the year here.