Steve Gunn’s sixth album, ‘Other You’ is a perfect end of summer album. It’s also our album of the week. Our 33th playlist of the year also features songs from new albums by Alex Rex, Aidan O’Rourke, Pile, Wednesday, Tré Burt, Summer Dean, and Matt Paxton.
Toronto experimental jazz outfit Badge Époque Ensemble is back with “Self Help”. Just like in their 2019 debut, the collective has channeled selected vocalists to voice some of the tracks – one of them one of our favorite Canadian singer-songwriters, Jennifer Castle.
Bolachas Now Playing, 30/2017 (#115):
Neil Young – Pocahontas
Lomelda – Interstate Vision
Lomelda – Out There
Joana Serrat – Trapped in the Fog
Courtney Marie Andrews – Sea Town
Weyes Blood – A Certain Kind
Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions – Sleep
St. Vincent – Los Ageless
John Maus – The Combine
Beck – Up All Night
Shilpa Ray – Morning Terrors Nights of Dread
Margo Price – A Little Pain
Karl Blau – Slow Children
Donivan Berube – Love is a Dog from Hell
Moses Sumney – Indulge Me
Van Morrison – Goin’ to Chicago
Josh Ritter, Bob Weir – When Will I Be Changed
Chad VanGaalen – Pine and Clover
Jolie Holland, Samantha Parton – Biding My Time
Matt Paxton – Hunter Street Station Blues
For many, Car Seat Headrest was the “winner” of last week’s NOS Primavera Sound. The young singer-songwriter had just released his latest output, now on Matador, Teens of Denial, the album we’ve chosen to highlight this week on our playlist.