Saturday, January 26
Phoenix is the first album from Pedro The Lion since 2004. We’ll hear music from it as well as the upcoming release by Mercury Rev, a re-imagining of Bobbie Gentry’s The Delta Sweete, The Delta Sweete Revisited with appearances from Margot Price, Norah Jones and Hope Sandoval of Mazzy Star.
Monday, January 28
Listen for selections from Jeff Tweedy’s Warm as well as music from Love’s Middle Name by Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles.
Tuesday, January 29
Having recently relocated to Berlin, Germany and having released a series of albums that found him reflecting on, among other things, the death of both of his parents, Bob Mould approached his latest work with a simple directive: Write some happy music. The result is Sunshine Rock, one of his most aggressive albums to date. We’ll hear music from that as well as from Slim Dunlap’s The Old New Me.
Wednesday, January 30
Released in 1978, Tracks On Wax 4 was British musician Dave Edmunds’ fourth solo LP and the first to feature members of his band Rockpile. Listen for selections from that as well as from The Replacements’ 1983 effort Hootenanny.
Thursday, January 31
We’ll preview our February featured artists, Bob Mould and Juliana Hatfield.
Friday, February 1
It’s our New Month, New Music feature with selections from Bob Mould, Juliana Hatfield, Mercury Rev and The Twilight Sad.
Saturday, February 2
We’ll celebrate the birthday of musician Graham Nash with music from his solo career, his work with The Hollies and selections from his time with both Crosby, Stills and Nash as well as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.