It’s old news at this point for most Nashvillians – but does it matter? William Tyler is one of if not our absolute favorite local band. We believe that Behold The Spirit is one of the great Tennessee albums and since we first heard it we’ve only been anxiously awaiting a follow-up. Lucky for us it’s coming this March from Merge Records and it’s called Impossible Truth. You can hear the first track from it – “Cadillac Desert” – right down there. It’s more of the remarkable guitarmanship you’d expect from Willy. The track debuted last week along with the album’s tracklisting and artwork. That fucking artwork. We really can’t recall an album cover as beautiful or appropriate as this Sam Smith designed piece. If the album can live up to the artwork – which we definitely expect it to – then this is easily going to be one of the best records to come out in the 2013 year. Impossible Truth is available March 19th from Merge Records…
Ladies and gentlemen, Angel Olsen has announced her next record. Burn Your Fire For No Witness will be the Chicago heartthrob’s third full-length; her first since teaming up with Jagjaguar. Now the record doesn’t come out til February 18, but our sweet Angel has graced us with a single and a music video to match….
Cate Le Bon is hardly a new kid on the block. The Welsh-born, LA-based artist already has three records under her belt, the newest of which, Mug Museum, came out last month on Turnstile Records. It’s a psych-laden affair not dissimilar to her previous efforts, but what does set this album apart is that Le Bon…
We told you on Monday that we would have some big news for Freakin’ Weekend coming up, and the time has come. To start things off, above this lil chunk of text is our poster for this year. NO, it doesn’t say Freakin’ Weekend anywhere on it. NO, it doesn’t list any of the bands….