Music Rotation Wednesdays: March 29

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New In Rotation (3-28-17)

Coco Hames – Coco Hames

We don’t often place alternative country in our top play list so that can only mean that Coco is a singer songwriter worth taking note of.

Mount Eerie – A Crow Looked At Me

This album is a bummer in the absolute best way possible. If you’re feeling like listening to a record that tugs at your heart strings, see if you can make it through Mount Eerie’s new album without breaking down.

Sorority Noise – You’re Not As ____ As You Think

More emo but this time much more rock involved in the sound. Sorority Noise’s new album is a nice emo rock project.

Goldfrapp – Silver Eye

Let Goldfrapp’s powerful electro-pop sound take hold of you as you listen through her new record, Silver Eye, on Mute Records.

Trementina – 810

Signed to Burger Records, Trementina reminds of indie folk leaders such as Frankie Cosmos.


KSDB Charts

1. Jay Som – Everybody Works

Brilliant solo artist, Melina Duterte (aka Jay Som), is quickly back not long after her debut which came on Polyvinyl Records, Turn Into, back in 2016. The music, described as “hard-working dreampop” is catchy as hell.

2. Tennis – Yours Conditionally

Husband/wife duo, Tennis, are back with the follow-up to the widely successful, Ritual In Repeat. The pair are very versatile as Alaina Moore is on the keys, guitar, and vocals. Patrick Riley plays both guitar and bass depending on the track. The record is as dreamy as ever as Tennis appear to have fallen into their groove.

3. Vagabon – Infinite Worlds

The brilliant Laetitia Tamko does it all on one of the better records of 2017 thus far.

3. Bleached – Can You Deal? – E.P.

Bleached bring some good ole fashioned feminist punk to quench your thirst.

5. Froth – Outside (briefly)

Signed to Wichita Records and previously to Burger, Froth brings a very fun brand of lo-fi noise pop.

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