Tag Archives: Frightened Rabbit

Live Around Town This Week

With the KEXP Spring Fundraising Drive now over (and thank you to everyone who pledged a gift of support), it’s time to get down to some live music in Seattle. This week, things start with a couple nice little shows at Easy Street Records in West Seattle with Pickwick on Monday night, and The CaveRead more…

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Wednesday Music News

Desaparecidos, who released their first new pair of songs last years since their one and only album in 2002, have followed up with a new pair of songs today. The new tracks from Conor Oberst and co. are “Anonymous” and “The Left is Right”, and they tackle the obvious political associations with their names —Read more…

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Out This Week 2/5

Damn, 2013, you are looking good! You just keep hitting us week after week with one killer list of new releases after another. This week, there’s no way we’re not going to run out to pick up the latest from long-time KEXP favorite Frightened Rabbit. As if there was any doubt that this would landRead more…

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Live Video: Frightened Rabbit

More anthemic than brooding, Scottish band Frightened Rabbit‘s songs pull no punches. You don’t have time to dwell on their brutally honest lyrics, usually about love and relationships, as you’re pumping your fist in the air and sloshing around a pint of. This week, their latest and fourth emotionally stirring LP, Pedestrian Verse, hits recordRead more…

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Out This Week 9/25

Our guest earlier today live on the Morning Show, Sera Cahoone tops this week’s list of new releases with her third solo effort. The Seattle singer-songwriter — formerly, and sometimes still, drummer — improves upon her last two excellent albums with what our Music Director, Don Yates, calls, “an often-gorgeous set of haunting country-folk withRead more…

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Monday Music News

Ahead of the release of their forthcoming LP, Scottish quintet Frightened Rabbit are prepping to release an EP, entitled State Hospital, on September 25th through Canvasback/Atlantic. A week out from the official release, the band have put the whole thing up for streaming over at Soundcloud. The band will support the release with a handfulRead more…

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Live Video: Frightened Rabbit

In this gray rain-soaked landscape, The Winter of Mixed Drinks (on FatCat) might very well be the Seattlelite’s anthem for the next 4-6 months. But self-medication aside, Frightened Rabbit exhibits more than just your average meat & potatoes indie band. Their understated pop-sensibilities reflect that of the R.E.M. and Counting Crows of yesteryears. And I meanRead more…

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Live Around Town This Week

A diverse week of live music will start out what is looking to be an amazing October of live music. On to the action: Monday, October 4th CARIBOU with Emeralds @ Chop Suey There was a stretch after Caribou‘s 2010 album Swim was released earlier this year when I think one out of every fourRead more…

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Song of the Day: Frightened Rabbit – Swim Until You Can’t See Land

Every Monday through Friday, we deliver a different song as part of our Song of the Day podcast subscription. This podcast features exclusive KEXP in-studio performances, unreleased songs, and recordings from independent artists that our DJs think you should hear. Each and every Friday we deliver songs by local artists. Today’s selection, featured on theRead more…

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Out This Week 3/9

When mega-artists team up for a collaborative project like the new two-piece band, Broken Bells, the outcome is sometimes so good, it’s scary. After two years, James Mercer, lead singer and guitarist of The Shins, and Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton, hot-shot producer and co-founder of Gnarls Barkley (also produced the Gorillaz and 2004’s infamous TheRead more…

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