Ahead of the release of Just Enough Hip to Be Woman, Oklahoma indie rockers Broncho stopped by the studio to play a few songs and chat with Laura about the new record.
Louisville’s own Bibelhauser Brothers have a new album out this Friday. The alt-country outfit – who played Live Lunch just last week, and will be playing Jim Porter’s in conjunction with the release – allowed us to share the record with you a few days early. You can stream Reflections all this week in its entirety!
Hardly Criminal is the new album from Crash. It’s his solo album after being a part of Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros. He and his band The Holy Trinity played in Louisville as part of the monthly series Communion at Zanzabar.
Deadline to enter is Sunday, Sept. 14. Laura Shine will announce the winner on between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 15.
Delta Spirit has partnered up with several leaders in the world of public radio to simultaneously premiere the band’s new album, Into the Wide. You’ll be able to stream the entire thing until it’s out next Tuesday, Sept. 9. Here’s some info about the new record:
Into the Wide, Delta Spirit’s fourth record, was born in a windowless Brooklyn studio the band built and subsequently rebuilt after Hurricane Sandy. Of the writing experience, Kelly Winrich (multi-instrumentalist, vocals) notes, “that sense of feeling trapped in our studio and in the city definitely gave the album more of a weight than our previous records, and played a big part in this being our moodiest recording yet.” When it came time to record, the band relocated to Maze Studios in Atlanta and teamed up with producer Ben Allen (Animal Collective, Deerhunter), who helped breathe new life and brighter energy into the songs while still capturing the distinctive results of their writing space in New York.
THE ALBUM STREAM HAS BEEN REMOVED, BUT INTO THE WIDE IS OFFICIALLY OUT NOW!