Out This Week 3/17


It’s a small group of worthwhile new releases this week on Largehearted Boy’s list, probably because most everyone in the industry is busy heading down to SXSW Music Festival. Still, there are a few to inspire you to head over to your local record shop, like the latest (and must-have) from Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, rootsy Northwest songwriter Kelly Joe Phelps, and arty experimentalists Kinetic Stereokids. Some newer entries that should raise eyebrows, and pocketbooks, include Black Joe Lewis, An Horse, The Show Is the Rainbow, White Lies, and Wavvves. If you’re in a more reminiscent mood, check out the compilation Quiet Please…The Best of Nick Lowe. Here are a few samples to get you motivated:

An Horse – Postcards (MP3)
from Rearrange Beds on Mom & Pop Music

Black Joe Lewis – Sugarfoot
from Tell ‘Em What Your Name Is! on Lost Highway

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – I Am Goodbye
from Beware on Drag City

DD/MM/YYYY – Digital Haircut (MP3)
from Black Square on We Are Busy Bodies

Kinetic Stereokids – Free Money (MP3)
from Kid Moves on Overdraft Records

Sara Lov – New York
from Seasoned Eyes Were Beaming on Nettwerk

Nick Lowe – All Men Are Liars (MP3)
from Quiet Please…The Best of Nick Lowe on Yep Rock

Mazes – I Have Laid in the Darkness of Doubt (MP3)
from Mazes on Parasol Records

Kelly Joe Phelps – Western Bell (MP3)
from Western Bell on Black Hen Music

Reigns – Everything Beyond These Walls Has Been Razed (MP3)
from The House On The Causeway on Monotreme Records

The Show Is the Rainbow – Roar Means Tun (MP3)
from Wet Fist on Retard Disco

Speck Mountain – I Feel Eternal (MP3)
from Some Sweet Relief on Carrot Top Records

Wavvves – So Bored (MP3)
from Wavvves on Fat Possum

Caroline Weeks – Elegy (MP3)
from Songs For Edna on Manimal Vinyl Records

White Lies – Death
from How to Lose My Life on Geffen

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