You know you've found yourself a solid bro friends when he lets you drop your album the same day as his. Now, I'm not saying that Jack White and Brendan Benson had any such agreement, but when you've got the two Raconteurs hit-makers dropping a new set of tracks on April 24, you've gotta wonder
Well, the Shins finally came out of their hidey hole (which they had occupied most rudely since 2007), and the result is an album far beyond anything we could have imagined. Seriously, this is next level stuff
Four years into the Shins' absence from the airwaves I said I would voluntarily give my firstborn away for the chance to hear new music from the kings of bittersweet summer pop. And guess what -- my vow with the Devil went perfectly, and we have a brand new set of James Mercer's croonings to play as we sit in the Providence sun
What's better than Poliça, who'll be rockin' the Met on March 30? What's better than new SBTRKT? What's better than St. Vincent, who'll make your hair stand on end at Lupo's on May 3? Hearing them all in one hour, obvs
The big news this week was the Shins' new album, Port of Morrow, finally dropping. Five long years since Wincing the Night Away and the Shins -- or, rather, James Mercer -- sound better than ever. With a new lineu
Normally I'd be tempting fate if I ended an Exposure with a track called "D.O.A."...but it's Sleigh Bells. So we automatically win. Also making appearances were the witchy and wonderful Black Belles, and the jittery synths of Toro y Moi
In the wake of the madness that was the Black Keys' Boston show, I couldn't decide how best to channel that into Exposure. Answer? Why not play a track from their opener, the inimitable and dashingly-accented Arctic Monkeys
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