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Stunningly beautiful. Laura Marling & Eddie Berman cover “Like a Rolling Stone”

Gillian Welch & David Rawlings - Wichita
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Perhaps my favorite bluegrass-style tune they do, here’s a live rendition of “Wichita” by Gillian Welch & Dave Rawlings.

Gillian is easily one of the greatest songwriters of her generation.

Yes, this album is as good as everyone says it is: @hissgldnmssr “Lateness of Dancers”

itsliketheyknowus:

"It’s so nice that we can all enjoy TV time together. No one is ever left to resentfully clean up after everyone in the kitchen."  

itsliketheyknowus:

"It’s so nice that we can all enjoy TV time together. No one is ever left to resentfully clean up after everyone in the kitchen."  

Brand new album from The Morning After! High energy party band jams good for any occasion. Check it out!

Listen/purchase: Wonder & Fury by The Morning After

doomandgloomfromthetomb:

Nathan Bowles + Daniel Bachman - Three Lobed/WXDU Day Show, King’s, Raleigh, North Carolina, September 5, 2014
Another one of these debut Three Lobed collabs from earlier this month (you got the Little Black Egg Big Band jam, didn’t you?), kindly shared by the mighty NYC Taper. This one kicked off the show and it smoked. Bachman has an excellent new album out on Bathetic, of course, and Bowles has a totally killer LP on Paradise of Bachelors coming out later this year. They’re joined by Zeke Graves here for an all-too-brief set featuring some Appalachian droniness, a raw Jeffrey Cain cover and then a blazing version of Link Wray’s “Waterboy.” Hmm, this band should make a record. Maybe Three Lobed would put it out? [photo: PJ Sykes] 

Alt-Americana? Experimental folk? Appalachian drone? Whatever the hell you call it, it’s out there and unlike anything you’ve ever heard. (Well, except maybe for early Megafaun.)

doomandgloomfromthetomb:

Nathan Bowles + Daniel Bachman - Three Lobed/WXDU Day Show, King’s, Raleigh, North Carolina, September 5, 2014

Another one of these debut Three Lobed collabs from earlier this month (you got the Little Black Egg Big Band jam, didn’t you?), kindly shared by the mighty NYC Taper. This one kicked off the show and it smoked. Bachman has an excellent new album out on Bathetic, of course, and Bowles has a totally killer LP on Paradise of Bachelors coming out later this year. They’re joined by Zeke Graves here for an all-too-brief set featuring some Appalachian droniness, a raw Jeffrey Cain cover and then a blazing version of Link Wray’s “Waterboy.” Hmm, this band should make a record. Maybe Three Lobed would put it out? [photo: PJ Sykes] 

Alt-Americana? Experimental folk? Appalachian drone? Whatever the hell you call it, it’s out there and unlike anything you’ve ever heard. (Well, except maybe for early Megafaun.)

thewahlpost:

Neil.

This is the best portrait I have ever seen of him. Completely encapsulates his attitude / persona these days.

thewahlpost:

Neil.

This is the best portrait I have ever seen of him. Completely encapsulates his attitude / persona these days.

Groovin’ to the Benmont Tench solo album today. Heard his excellent interview on the WTF podcast and had to give this a spin. Great guy, amazing keyboard player. Check it out.