Here’s a taste of Now, Now’s new remixes. Listen to “School Friends” here, and buy all of the remixes on Amazon or iTunes.
Today Now, Now released six songs remixed from their 2012 album Threads. The collection of remixes is titled Threads Remixed and can be purchased on Amazon and iTunes. Threads was a personal favorite of mine back in 2012, so I was excited to hear a new take on these songs and look forward to any new material Now, Now plans to produce.
Because today is the first day of spring, enjoy the title track from Noah and the Whale’s 2009 album The First Days of Spring. It’s always been a personal favorite, and I probably listen to it every year once spring rolls around. If you like this song, check out the rest of this album as well as their others.
I’m leaving for New York with one of my best friends in a couple of days, so I’ve been sifting through music to listen to on the trip! I hope you enjoy a few of these songs that I’ll be listening to:
1. Misery Company - Kaiser Chiefs
2. Evil Friends - Portugal. The Man
3. She Lit A Fire - Lord Huron
4. Eliot - Roosevelt
5. Coming of Age - Foster the People
6. There’s A Glow - NO
7. Wanderlust - Wild Beasts
8. Boardwalks - Little May
9. Like You Used To - Kidnap Kid
10. Stay Gold - The Big Pink
Watch as Mark Foster, frontman of Foster the People, talks about their new album. Supermodel drops March 18.
See who’s playing Bonnaroo 2014, which of your friends are going, and pick your own favorites.
Tonight the Bonnaroo lineup for this year was announced. It includes big name acts such as Elton John, Kanye West, and Vampire Weekend, so follow the link to see more!
I can’t get enough of Judah & the Lion lately, especially this song. Make sure you check out this band; they’re in the realm of John Mark McMillan, Kye Kye, and The Ember Days, and you’ll love their folky sound.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been nearly four years since Killer’s frontman Brandon Flowers released his first solo album titled Flamingo. This song, “Only The Young” was a personal favorite when the album dropped, and I recently watched the video another time and fell in love again.
If you haven’t listen to Brandon Flowers’ solo album, I highly suggest it. Start with his single, “Crossfire”, and then move onto gems such as “Hard Enough” and “Playing With Fire”.
If you’re a fan of Rend Collective Experiment and you find yourself simply calling the band “Rend Collective”, you are not alone and the band has noticed. The band tweeted today on their official account that they are changing their name to simply “Rend Collective”. But no worries, they say, “the experiment lives”.