Fresh 10 Weekly Playlists


Fresh 10 Weekly – The Americana Edition

45 songs of pure Americana chosen wisely just for you. Now, who doesn’t like this kind of music during these cold winter months to warm you up inside? Some old, some new and everything in between. Enjoy.

iTunes – Fresh 10 Weekly – The Americana Edition

Spotify – Fresh 10 Weekly – The Americana Edition

Song List:

Can’t Cut LooseErin Rae

Little Bit of Lovin’Elle King

High HopePatrick Droney

Ain’t a Road Too LongBrent Cobb

Dublin BluesGuy Clark

Black JeansLucie Silvas

Broken GlassWade Bowen

Keep The ChangeHolly Williams

Brace For Impact (Live a Little)Sturgill Simpson

Are You Alright?Lucinda Williams

I Got the GunsRoger Creager

Country HeroesHank Williams III

Always AlrightAlabama Shakes

Meet You in the Middle – Parker McCollum

Van Lear RoseLoretta Lynn

Talking Seattle Grunge Rock Blues (Live)Todd Snider

Corpus Christi BayRobert Earl Keen

Wagon WheelOld Crow Medicine Show

40 Dogs (Like Romeo and Juliet)Bob Schneider

Voices in My HeadArielle

Navajo RugJerry Jeff Walker

Jacksonville SkylineWhiskeytown

The JokeBrandi Carlile

Still Feel LuckyBen Danaher

I’m a Ramblin’ ManWaylon Jennings

Light OnMaggie Rogers

24 Frames Jason Isbell

Faith in the WaterThe Texas Red Dirt Choir

Girl Like YouMonte Montgomery

Choctaw BingoJames McMurtry

HighwaymanJohnny Cash with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Kris Kristofferson 

Different Drum (Alternate Version)Michael Nesmith & The First National Band

MillionaireChris Stapleton

Mr. BojanglesNitty Gritty Dirt Band

Shine BrightMarcia Ball

It’s a Man Down ThereCharley Crockett

Just Along for the Ride (Live)Cory Morrow

StrangersSarah Klang

Pancho and LeftyMerle Haggard & Willie Nelson

HomesickThe Marcus King Band

Are You Ready to Love Me?The War and Treaty

Sin CityThe Flying Burrito Brothers

Hands On YouAshley Monroe

BreathlessWilliam Prince

GracelandWillie Nelson


Fresh 10 Weekly – “Time to Put Up the Christmas Tree Momma” – The Ultimate Christmas Playlist

This week I’ve added 10 more great songs to The Ultimate Christmas Playlist

This playlist now has 56 Christmas songs that’ll keep you rockin around the tree this holiday season. Songs from Queen, Perry Como, David Bowie, Michael Jackson, Texas Tornados, Band Aid, Coldplay, Run D.M.C. to name a few. It’s got everybody covered. Follow it on your preferred music provider here.

Spotify – The Ultimate Christmas Playlist

iTunes – The Ultimate Christmas Playlist

New Songs:

Christmas All Over AgainTom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Please Come Home For Christmas – Eagles

I Wish Everyday Could Be Like Christmas – Bon Jovi

Step Into Christmas – Elton John

Wonderful Christmastime – Paul McCartney

Merry Christmas (Wherever You Are) – George Strait

Christmas Must Be TonightBahamas

Wonderful ChristmastimeThe Shins

Yellow Bike – Pedro The Lion

Merry Christmas (I Don’t Wanna Fight Tonight) – Ramones


Fresh 10 Weekly – Deeper Down Edition

Here are this week’s picks that I’ve added to the Fresh 10 Weekly – Deeper Down Edition. I’ve also included genres to the music I posted last week (see below this post from 11/27/2018).

Spotify – Fresh 10 Weekly – Deeper Down Edition

iTunes – Fresh 10 Weekly – Deeper Down Edition

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Song List:

Voices In My HeadAriella                                                                       Americana, Indie Country-Rock

Bad Bad NewsLeon Bridges                                                                                R&B

Listening InDr. Dog                                                                                    Alternative Rock

Jet BlackChannel Tres                                                                                          Hip-Hop, Rap, Detroit House

Colors – Picard Brothers RemixBeck, Picard Brothers

Alternative Rock, DJ

World Class CinemaGus Dapperton
Indie Pop, K-Pop, Dance

Feeling Lonelyboy pablo
Alternative Rock

It’a Derevolution BabyThe Derevolutions
Disco, Electronica, Dance

Heart In TwoRueben And The Dark
Indie Rock, Singer/Songwriter

Tank TownMany Voices Speak
Indie Singer/Songwriter, Dream Pop


 Fresh 10 Weekly – Deeper Down Edition

I hope everyone has recovered from Thanksgiving weekend. I also hope you’ve been able to enjoy last week’s installment of The Ultimate Christmas Playlist so far.

What’s new this week? Well, this is actually a tough time for new music. Typically, there is very little released with the exception of holiday tracks and albums in November, December all the way through mid-January.

There are a couple reasons for this. For one, it’s because of the Recording Academy’s deadline for entry to the Grammy awards – Nominations will be announced in all 84 categories on Wednesday, Dec. 5 and will honor recordings released between Oct. 1, 2017 and Sept. 30, 2018.”  Many artists do not want to release too much music this early in the season ahead of the Dec 5, 2019 nominations for the following year. They’re afraid their music will fade out too soon, losing steam by the end of next season.

The other reason is the more obvious one. It’s more about the economics. The main focus for Record Labels during this time of year is pumping out as many holiday themed collabarations, duets, songs, albums, etc. because it is such a huge moneymaker for them in a very short period of time. With that being said, there will still be some new music released in December, just barely enough to notice though. But, rest assured, I’ll pick up on it as they do and get it to you.

Alternatively, for this week and probably going forward through mid-January I introduce to you my Fresh 10 Weekly – Deeper Down Edition. It will include many great tracks from “deeper down” my song library. While the songs may have been released in the past, they are mostly from earlier this year. So, they’re still pretty fresh. On this introduction to the new playlist I’ve included 25 songs to start with.

I hope you enjoy it and as always please send me your feedback. Tell me your thoughts on where I can improve. What are your likes? Dislikes? What would you like to see more of?  Trust me, I’m all ears. 😉

In other news, my Fresh 10 – Michael’s Weekly Picks of Some Excellent New Music You May Have Missed… will now be just simply called  Fresh 10 Weekly and I will be forwarding everything to it’s own dedicated website! I’ll keep you posted on the launch date. Hopefully, it’ll be with next week’s picks. All the playlists will still be available on Spotify as usual.

Spotify – Fresh 10 Weekly – Deeper Down Edition

iTunes – Fresh 10 Weekly – Deeper Down Edition

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Song List:

1.    Static ResistanceHookworms

Alternative Rock

2.    SeveredThe Decemberists

Indie Folk, Alternative Rock

3.    Tinseltown Swimming in BloodDestroyer

Retro 80’s Alternative Rock

4.    Gold AngelMinke

Indie Alternative Rock

5.    ViolentGrapetooth

Retro 80’s Electronica, New Wave

6.    Too Many ColorsTwin Shadow

Electronic Soul. R&B

7.    Cold WarCautious Clay

Indie Singer/Songwriter, R&B

8.    ApolloSt. Paul & The Broken Bones

Soul, Blues, Rock

9.    Charcoal BabyBlood Orange


10.  All Your LoveFlight Facilities, Dustin Tebbutt

Dream, Electronica

11.  Loving Is EasyRex Orange County

Retro 70’s Soft Rock

12.  Losing TouchRoosevelt

Dance, Alternative Rock

13.  The BlackoutU2

Alternative Rock

14.  The Woods – AcousticHollow Coves

Indie Folk, Singer/Songwriter

15.  MinimumCharlie Cunningham

Indie Singer/Songwriter, Space Acoustic

16.  KansasGorillaz

Hip-Hop, DJ Collaborator, Sampling

17.  We’re Still FriendsEric Steckel

Blues, Rock

18.  Such A Simple Thing Ray LaMontagne

Soul, R&B, Singer/Songwriter

19.  SedonaHoundmouth

Alternative Rock

20.  California StarsBilly Bragg, Wilco

Indie Folk, Surf Rock

21.  Letting GoWild Nothing

Retro 80’s Synth Pop

22.  ShineMondo Cozmo

Indie Rock, Singer/Songwriter

23.  When The Night Is OverLord Huron

Soul, Soft Rock, Ballads

24.  The JokeBrandi Carlile

Americana, Indie Folk

25.  I Should Live In Salt – The National CoverAsgeir

Piano, Singer/Songwriter


Fresh 10 Weekly – “Time to Put Up the Christmas Tree Momma” – The Ultimate Christmas Playlist

Thanksgiving is a day filled with praise, gratitude and of course great food. It’s a day we join our friends and family to share the tradition year after year. On this day of thankfulness and sharing, I would like to share another tradition with you that my family has been practicing for generations.

After the smoke clears and we recover from Thanksgiving day, another wonderful tradition begins. Getting ready for Christmas.

This was a whole day and night affair. 

“Time to Put Up The Christmas Tree Momma” I’d say, while grabbing my Mother’s hand to lead her to the door. “Yes dear, it is” and now it was time to go find us a beautiful, living tree at one of the many corner lots where there were rows and rows of beautiful smelling trees to choose from. The aromatic pine smells were the welcoming greeting we’d receive everytime we pull in. Piling out of the car, my Father, Mother, myself and my little Brother would all race to find this year’s perfect tree. After it’s purchased and secured to our car, we roll out and head home to start the festivities. 

My Father brings the tree into the house, with some very mild help from my brother and I, then heads to wherever the ornaments were stored last year.  My Mother alternatively heads to the kitchen to start making her famous, made from scratch, hot cocoa in a big pot. While my brother waits impatiently next to her side, I get summoned from my Father to help carry the small crates of Christmas decorations or at least whatever I was strong enough to carry at the time. 

When the homemade cocoa was piping hot and ready, she would fill our Santa cups and top off with marshmallows. Then load them up on a tray and meet us in the living room where the tree stood there bare in its stand. 

After everything Christmas related we owned was sitting in the living room my Father would sit in his chair and grab his guitar. Started to stru the strings and sing a Christmas song. As we listened, tapping our feet, and drinking our cocoa, I’d look around to see each of us having smiles that stretched from ear to ear and we start to sing along. A while later, his music playing would transition to the record player. We’d sing and dance around the tree putting up all the Christmas decorations and ornaments. Spinning records all night till we were all finished and tuckered out. 

The Christmas season has now begun for this family.

Coming from a very musically inclined family, no tradition, holiday, or festivity was ever carried on without music either played in person or played from the stereo (usually both). My Brother and I still carry on the tradition today, hoping we pass it on to our children, and later to their children.

So without further ado, I offer you The Ultimate Christmas Playlist – 46 carefully chosen Christmas themed songs from a mixed bag of Old Standards, Americana, R&B, Motown, New Age, Jazz, Folk, Rap, and Alternative artists I’ve listened to over the past 40+ years.

Whether you already have your traditions in place or want to start a new one, I hope this playlist will compliment your Christmas music collection this season and many more to come. After all, it is truly “The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year”.

With peace and love from my family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas.

Spotify – Fresh 10 Weekly – “Time to Put Up the Christmas Tree Momma” – The Ultimate Christmas Playlist

iTunes –

Song List:

1.  Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas – Linda Ronstadt

2.  Jingle Bells – Gwen Stefani

3.  Getting Ready For Christmas Day – Paul Simon

4.  Silver Bells – Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings

5.  Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) – U2

6.  Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy – Bing Crosby, David Bowie

7.  Deck The Halls – Mannheim Steamroller

8.  Do They Know its Christmas? – Band Aid

9.  Have a Holly Jolly Christmas – Harry Connick, Jr.

10.  Happy Christmas (War Is Over) – The Alarm

11.  Angels We Have Heard On High – Dave Grusin

12.  Medley: Caroling, Caroling/The First Noel/Hark! The Herald Angel Sings/Silent Night – Perry Como

13.  Silent Night – Sinead O’Connor

14.  Baby It’s Cold Outside (duet with Michael Buble) – Idina   Menzel

15.  All I Want For Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey

16.  White Christmas – Bing Crosby, Ken Darby Singers

17.  Blue Christmas – Elvis Presley

18.  Someday At Christmas – Stevie Wonder

19.  Christmas Lights – Coldplay

20.  Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (with the B.Swanson Quartet) – Frank Sinatra, B. Swanson Quartet

21.  Last Christmas – Wham!

22.  Hallelujah – Pentatonix

23.  Frosty the Snowman – Willie Nelson

24.  Rockin’ Robin – Michael Jackson

25.  Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting) – Seal

26.  One More Sleep – Leona Lewis

27.  I Want To Come Home For Christmas – Marvin Gaye

28.  Winter Wonderland – Colbie Caillat

29.  Christmas Eve/Sarajevo – Trans-Siberian Orchestra

30.  The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year – David Barnes

31.   Rudolph The Red-Nose Reindeer – Texas Tornados

32.  2000 Miles – The Pretenders

33.  Unwrap You At Christmas – The Monkees

34.  Santa Baby – Kylie Minogue

35.  Run Run Rudolph – Dwight Yoakum

36.  My Grown-Up Christmas List – Aretha Franklin

37.  Feliz Navidad – Jose Feliciano

38.  Everyday Is Christmas – Sia

39.  Driving Home For Christmas – Chris Rea

40.  I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus – John Mellencamp

41.  Merry Christmas From The Family – Robert Earl Keen

42.  Jingle Bell Rock – Daryll Hall & John Oates

43.  One Wish (For Christmas) – Whitney Houston

44.  Santa Is Coming To Town – Bruce Springsteen

45.  Angel, Won’t You Call Me – The Decemberists

46.  Run-D.M.C. – Christmas In Hollis


Fresh 10 Weekly

I’ve been asked a number of times if Indie music is the same as Alternative music. While there is a huge majority of Alternative and Folk music listed on Indie Labels, it is not. You’ll find just about every genre on an Indie Label. It’s because Indie artists are usually more experimental and diverse, many are labeled Alternative in some form or fashion. Instead of the Big Label formula driven, cookie cutter music designed for mass appeal.

Indie is short for Independent Label, meaning it is many times self-financed and/or self-produced by the artist. Or the artist may just be signed to a smaller record label like my own “Troubadour Tunes”, which doesn’t typically follow the same contractual guidelines as the larger companies do. Think Sony, Columbia, RCA, and so on. The Indie labels are usually much more in the favor of the artist making money and giving the artists more creative control over their records and albums.

Which brings up the next question I hear a lot, “What is the difference between a record and an album?” Even though most of us grew up calling those black discs in a sleeve a record (I still do) they are actually albums. A record is, exactly that, a recording of any kind of music (song), instrumental, even comedy or narratives as a singular unit. Although the latter two are more commonly referred to as tracks, that is a whole other question for another time.

Ok, on with this week’s “Fresh 10 – Michael’s Weekly Picks of Excellent Music You May Have Missed”.

You guessed it, it’s all Indie. (well almost)

I hope you enjoy them and remember I always welcome feedback and questions! The full playlist is also on Spotify as Fresh 10 Weekly. Be sure to follow it for automatic weekly updates.

Spotify – Fresh 10 Weekly

iTunes –

New Releases

Muse – Dig Down (Acoustic Gospel Version)

Alternative Rock

This version of this song is on their new Super Deluxe Album – Simulation Theory. You won’t find it on the Standard one.

Miya Folick – Premonitions
Indie Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Intellectual Lyrics

This California native latest album has really caught my attention. Because it’s all very good.

Leisure – Feeling Free

Indie Rock, Electronic Disco

Fun boogie music with an electronic twist

Death Cab for Cutie – I Dreamt We Spoke Again

Indie Rock, Melodic Harmonies

A giant in the Indie world. Another great catchy tune from them.

Beach House – Drunk In LA

Indie Dream Pop

I have been following this group since the 2000’s. They have a unique sound that you can fall in love with. Looking to wind down? Relax and chill? This is who you should put on.

Big Thief – Shark Smile
Indie Folk

Love what this group’s putting out. Relatively new on the Indie scene and I think they’re going to higher places. Like a Grammy.

The Beths – Future Me Hates Me

Indie Rock

Female-led The Beths from New Zealand has great guitar riffs and hooks. Fun to listen to. Another new one to the Indie scene who I think is going to do really well.

Mr Twin Sister (formerly Twin Sister) – Echo Arms

Indie Rock

These Long Island natives latest album was named one the best albums of the year by Pitchfork and many others.

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Talking Straight

Indie Rock, Soft Punk

This energetic Aussie band recently signed on an American Indie Label and debuted their first album in June. It’ll get you dancing and singing along.

From the Vault

Ryan Adams – The Rescue Blues

Indie Rock, Americana

The poster boy for just about every Indie and Americana channel out there. A genius in his craft. Been around since the 90’s and only getting better. This is an oldie but a goodie from 2001. There’s probably 50 songs of his that I could put here and be confident about it.


Fresh 10 Weekly

This week’s picks will be focused on female singers. For the last couple of years, there has been a huge influx of female-led groups and singer/songwriters. Now, in my opinion, they aren’t all welcomed to my lists because some are just too whiny. Not a big fan, but where credit is due there are many quality and beautifully sung compositions by the leading ladies. I hope you’ll enjoy my representations here.

New Releases

Maggie Rogers – Light On

Americana, Folk, R&B, Dance

I’m in love with this woman. Well, not really, but I am in love with her voice and music. Great song. Definitely will lift you up.

Your Smith – The Spot

So Cal Indie Rock

I don’t like to compare artists too much but with Your Smith, she really gives off a Sheryl Crow vibe on this song. If you miss Crow like I do this song fills that void nicely.


Georgia – Started Out

Brit Electro Pop

A session drummer turned solo artist. A mix of Brit Underground Pop and Electro hits the right beats.

Natalie Prass – Short Court Style

Jazzy Indie Rock

Natalie brings with her unique vocals the ever increasingly popular sound of Jazz and Indie Pop combination.

Snail Mail – Pristine

Alternative Rock

Jordan was a young punk music heroine before turning into this alternative gem of an artist. This song has a great guitar riff combined with lush vocals.

Mikaela Davis -Other Lover

Indie Rock

She can play the harp like a guitar. Quite amazing really. But don’t let that fool you, she’s also got a great voice in an upbeat rock-n-roll sound.

Tired Lion – Dumb Days

Aussie Rock

This Aussie group rocks! Led by Sophie Hope’s vocals, they’re bringing the 90’s sound back.

SOAK – Everybody Loves You

Melancholy Alternative Rock

This dreamy sounding prodigy has actually been accepting awards since 2015 in Ireland and Britain but she’s relatively new to us. Thanks to that. She’s good.

Free Love – Playing as Punks

Utopian Dance Pop

This new group is actually a duo of Suzanne Rodden and Lewis Cook. They’ll get you dancing. Named one of the most exciting artists of 2018. Maybe you saw them at ACL?

From the Vault

Many Voices Speak – Tank Town

Dream Indie Pop

Matilda Mard, a veteran Sweden songwriter, has recently brought her beautiful sound to us as well. She’s also on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart.


Fresh 10 Weekly

Here’s the link to my complete playlist called the Fresh 10 Weekly on Spotify:

And now for the new stuff for this week!

New Releases:
Rostam – In a River
Indie Rock

New solo stuff from the Vampire Weekend frontman. A great mandolin tune.

Kurt Vile – One Trick Ponies

Indie Rock

Ex co-founder of War on Drugs relies on great lyrics and key-note guitar licks for his unique sound.

Japandroids – The House That Heaven Built

Garage Rock, Post Punk

This Canadian rock duo knows how to get the house rocking.

Angus & Julia Stone – Chateau

Melancholy Folk, Coffeehouse

Really liking this Australian brother and sister duo. There is an acoustic version of this song as well which is equally good.

Big Red Machine – I Won’t Run From It

Alternative Rock

What do you get when mixing the amazing vocals of Bon Iver and the guitar riffs of the National? Well, Big Red Machine of course. Good combo.

Middle Kids – Mistake

Indie Rock, Melodies

I was really bummed when I missed these guys at ACL a year ago. I hear they put on a great show. Lots of melodies and hooks that’ll get you singing along.

HalfNoise – She Said

Alternative, Surf-Rock

Zac Farro project that blends easy to listen to surf rock with a psychedelic twist. Hard to explain really. Just listen and tell me what you think. I like it.

Palace – Heaven Up There

Indie Rock, Electronic

Dreamy, sensual, and thought-provoking. Beautiful stuff.

Sam Fender – That Sound

Rock, Grunge, Alternative

This guy has a cool new sound. Have to hear it to believe it.

From the Vault

St Vincent – Fast Slow Disco

Indie Rock, Jazz, Electronic

If you don’t know about St. Vincent yet, then here’s a good taste. You’ll thank me 😉


Fresh 10 Weekly

This week’s finds vary from Retro 80’s, Americana to Brit Pop, including a classic 80’s remake. If you’re in a rut with your music hopefully this will help. Enjoy, and remember I want to hear your feedback!!

New Releases:

Twin Shadow, HAIM – Saturdays (feat. HAIM)

Indie Rock

Maybe a bit over-engineered but this song will definitely get your feet tapping. Maybe dancing.

Of The Valley – Where the Headwind Blows

Americana, Folk

This Canadian born singer/songwriter has a great baritone voice, rich with soul.

Sylvan Esso, Collections of Colonies of Bees – Funeral Singers

Indie Rock, Synth Laid-Back Pop

Love, Love, Love Sylvan Esso. One DJ said if several people together can’t decide what to listen to then turn on Sylvan Esso. They’ll please everyone. So true. This is a collaboration they did with another interesting band, Collections of Colonies of Bees.

Little Bird – Honey Leak

R&B, Ambient Soul

A modern, jazzy and soulful R&B tune with electric guitars and pianos.

JR JR, Holy Ghost! – Control (Secretly Sorry) – Holy Ghost! Remix

Soft Techno, Disco, Dance

Feel good and boogie music. Great to run to. Clean house? Whatever you’re doing it’ll get you moving!

Sharon Van Etten – Comeback Kid

Alternative Rock, Retro 80’s

This female singer/musician is very talented. On this particular song, it gives off a strong female lead 80’s vibe. But not all her music is like this, she’s actually a little more Americana.

Futurebirds – Voices Carry

Psychedelic Rock, Retro 80’s

He’s no Aimee Mann, heck he’s not even a woman…but he sure does her well.

Smashing Pumpkins – Silvery Sometimes (Ghosts)

Brit Alternative Rock

New stuff for this iconic band.

Medicine Man Revival – Work It Out

Indie, Electronic Funk

Cool Band. Cool Song. Looking forward to hearing more from these guys

From The Vault:

Lo Moon – All In

Alternative Pop/Rock

This LA Based synth-rock trio put out a stellar self-titled debut album earlier this year. Check it out.

Pilot – Michael’s Weekly Picks of Fresh Music Finds – 10/15/2018

Fresh 10 Weekly

Here is the pilot for my new weekly picks of fresh music finds as well as bringing back some recent classics you may not be aware of.

As new music comes out every Thursday or Friday it can be quite overwhelming to learn what’s out there. Especially if you’re listening to your same playlists over and over and don’t have a feed of new music coming in. And let’s face it radio isn’t going to cut it when it comes to introducing new artists.

I listen to a lot of music. All kinds. From lots of sources. All of the time. And with mine and my family’s background in music, I like to think I have a pretty good ear when it comes to good musical composition, beats, rhythm and overall quality in songwriting. Hopefully, with this blog, I can help increase your awareness of some great music.

Don’t worry I’ll do the work and weed through the maybe not so hot stuff. With that being said, however, I tend to stay away from Gangsta Rap and Pop Country. So, if that’s your gig this may not be the right review for you. But hey give it a try you might like it too!  Check here weekly for a fresh dose of new music that you can maybe add to your playlist with the help from yours truly.

I’ll be using Spotify for direct links because of its popularity, but of course, these songs are also available on iTunes, Tidal, Pandora, etc.

Enjoy, and I will love to hear your feedback!


New Releases:

Ruby Friedman, Two Beards – Un4gvn (feat. Two Beards)

Alternative Rock, Blues

Throaty and soulful vocals with some nice melodies.

Juliana Daugherty – Player
Alternative, Melancholy, Soft Grunge

Just the right amount of 90’s grunge and today’s alternative mix. Loving this sound.

Welles – Seventeen [explicit]
Rock, Americana

Next Ryan Adams or Jason Isbell? This guy’s going to be great. Already is.

Mellah – Cigarette Lighter
Alternative Rock

New Londoner Brit sensation. A mix of great writing, synth, and electric guitars.

Matt Costa – I Remember It Well
Alternative, Folk, Surf

California piano playing, folk storyteller.

Jack White – Pablo Picasso
Rock, Alternative Rock

Great rendition of this song.

Super City – Sanctuary
Rock, Alternative Rock

Melody and harmonies with a great 80’s rock guitar riff. Good workout song.

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – A Little Honey

Americana, Southern Rock, Bluegrass

This is my new favorite from these guys. Great new beat for them.

LCD Soundsystem, Lovefingers – oh baby – lovefingers remix
Alternative, Electronic, Sampling

A new version of an already iconic song.

From the Vault:

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Fort Knox

Alternative Rock, Electronic Melodies, Sampling

Brit alternative, instrumental rock at its best.

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