Pop punk will never die, but you will. The Moore Family Band‘s debut album “Missy” is only 22 minutes long but has more hooks than a fancy React application (sorry, no more front-end jokes in this space). That would be easy to explain with Jeff Rosenstock’s presence in a couple of tracks, but the Californian trio consistently delivers the goods elsewhere in the record.
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Bolachas Now Playing, a new music Spotify playlist, updated every Wednesday.
The upside of not having concerts to go to is the fact that we have even more time to listen to new music than before. There are 32 songs in our playlist this week, but that’s only because we try to keep it below two hours. And on the spotlight this time around is My Morning Jacket’s surprise release of The Waterfall II, the second set of songs coming from the same session that gave us one of the best rock albums of the past decade. This would be the time for me to beg Jim James and the guys to come over to Europe, but it looks that won’t happen any time soon.
New album tracks/singles by Holy Wave, Peel Dream Magazine, HUM, Coriky, Bob Mould, Silver Scrolls, Songhoy Blues, Art Feynman, bdrmm, Naked Giants, The Beths, Margo Price, The Jayhawks, Robert Chaney, Skyway Man, Ray LaMontagne, Kalen & Aslyn, Grace Gillespie, Kate Bollinger, Lomelda, Slow Pulp, M. Ward, Devendra Banhart, Summer Salt, The Clientele, Matt Costa, Gillian Welch & David Rawlings, Theo Lawrence, Joshua Ray Walker, and Jeannie Seely.
We thought about not posting anything else for a day except John Prine tunes. But hey, there’s 1h43min of new tunes to listen to, and we’re not holding them hostage. This week, we focus on M. Ward’s tenth LP, Migration Stories. Which is, basically, more of the same. Fortunately for us, was there a time where “more of the same” from the American singer-songwriter meant anything other than good news?
Plus: new tracks by Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real, Loose Koozies, Western Centuries, Brent Cobb, Doug Tuttle, Alex Izenberg, TOPS, Irma Vep, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, No Age, Iceage, Yves Tumor, Psychic Ills, Orville Peck, Jess Williamson, Whitney Rose, Superwolf, Andrew Bird, Sharaya Summers, Laura Marling, Talitha Ferri, Basia Bulat, Logan Ledger, and Mavis Staples.
Four years after his last solo album, Andy Shauf is back with “The Neon Skyline”. Just like its predecessor “The Party”, it’s (you guessed) another concept album about something that happened over the course of one night. So, of course, feel free to our selection and go listen to the record with the lyrics in front of you. In case you’re not into it, well, we got you covered with one hour and a half of new tracks by U.S. Girls, 070 Shake, Rosalía, Margaret Glaspy, Mitski, Okay Kaya, Waxahatchee, Squirrel Flower, Wye Oak, M. Ward, Bonny Light Horseman, Terry Allen, Yorkston/Thorne/Khan, Nathaniel Rateliff, Natural Child, Drive-By Truckers, Watkins Family Hour, Tiña, Wolf Parade, Kiwi jr, and Haha Charade.
This week on Bolachas Now Playing we explore Nap Eyes’ Thought Rock Fish Scale and Nils Frahm’s new project Nonkeen. There are also new songs by some of our old favorites such as Loretta Lynn, M. Ward, Parquet Courts, Kevin Morby, Cian Nugent, Luther Dickinson, Andrew Bird, Whitney, Gun Outfit, Holy Ghost!, and AlunaGeorge.