Bolachas Now Playing, a new music Spotify playlist, updated every Wednesday. And, sometimes, posted on Thursdays. Yard Act‘s debut LP “The Overload” is our album of the week!
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Pedro The Lion’s first record since David Bazan went solo after 2004’s Achilles Heel is our album of the week. Here’s to hoping an European tour is in the works: it’s been almost six years since we hosted one of the most beautiful concerts we ever promoted. Plus: new tracks by Night Beats, Ryan Bingham, Matthew Logan Vasquez, Blank Range,Strand of Oaks, Ex Hex, Cass McCombs, The Comet is Coming, Lala Lala & Why?, Alice Phoebe Lou, Tiny Ruins, Weyes Blood, Mandolin Orange, H.C. McEntire, Townes Van Zandt, Twain, Bob Sumner Music, Steve Gunn, Bonnie Prince Billy, The Wild Reeds, and Teddy and the Rough Riders.
Ok, we said we were going to hibernate for a few weeks. But then we decided to give it another go – there are still albums and songs to be released in the first few days of December, right? There are twenty more songs to be heard, so why wait until next year? This week we focus on the posthumously released final album by Willard Grant Conspiracy, almost two years after the passing of frontman Robert Fisher, plus new and recent tracks by Lambchop, Jennah Barry, Pistol Annies, Sarah Shook & The Disarmers, Jessica Pratt, Fog Lake, Harlem, Susto, The Decemberists, Cass McCombs, Lubomyr Melnyk, Daniel Knox, Steve Gunn, Donivan Berube, Pedro the Lion, The Cactus Blossoms, Aidan Moffat & RM Hubbert, and Angelo De Augustine.
166: Vera Sola, “Shades”
Bolachas Now Playing, a new music Spotify playlist updated every Tuesday.
Multi-instrumentalist and frequent Elvis Perkins collaborator Vera Sola has just released her first LP. We caught her live last week at the Le Guess Who? festival and were instantly mesmerised by the trio. Of course “Shades” is our album of the week. But there’s more, so scroll down for a playlist full of new stuff by The Weakerthans’ John K. Samson, Deer Tick, Pedro The Lion’s first song in 14 years (!), Fruit Bats, Stephen Steinbrink, Gooby Jim and the Goobs, State Champion, Ryan Downey, Julia Jacklin, Dominique Pruitt, Kim Lenz, Meg Baird and Mary Lattimore, Josephine Foster, Darren Hayman, The Wave Pictures, Mandolin Orange, Hayes Carll, J Mascis, and Sufjan Stevens.
Bolachas Now Playing, 39/2018 (#166):
John K. Samson – Saturday Night On Utopia Parkway
Deer Tick – Strange, Awful Feeling
Pedro The Lion – Yellow Bike
Fruit Bats – Getting in a Van Again
Stephen Steinbrink – You Could Always Leave
Gooby Jim and The Goobs – Butter
State Champion – Death Preferences
Ryan Downey – No More Miracles
Julia Jacklin – Head Alone
Dominique Pruitt – High in the Valley
Kim Lenz – Slowly Speeding
Vera Sola – Black Rhino Enterprises
Vera Sola – By Mothlight
Meg Baird and Mary Lattimore – Between Two Worlds
Josephine Foster – Challenger
Darren Hayman – Bigby
The Wave Pictures – I Came To You Once
Mandolin Orange – Golden Embers
Hayes Carll – None’ya
J Mascis – Web So Dense
Sufjan Stevens – Lonely Man of Winter
David Bazan > MN
We’re back with a new Bolachas Session at Mercado Negro, Aveiro. This time around, we’ll host David Bazan, the gentleman behind the extinct Seattle act Pedro the Lion. In addition to his work as David Bazan (read: Curse Your Branches and Strange Negotiations, both out on Barsuk), he will play plenty of tunes from the essential PTL albums, recently reissued on vinyl. It’s his first time in Portugal. Treat this man like he deserves. Come to the show. Pre-sale tickets cost only €5 (reserve your ticket by sending your info to cakestapes at gmail.com), €6 at the door, next Tuesday, February 26th. Facebook event