Join Me for a Live Podcast Recording About the Best Records of 2015 (So Far)

sound and colorOn Monday, May 11, at Hale’s Brewery and Pub in Seattle, you can join Dr. Jeff Keuss, Anna Miller, music critic Chris Estey from The Stranger and Seattle Weekly, and me for an evening of discussion about the most exciting and meaningful music we’ve heard in 2015 so far.

It’s the live podcast recording of The Kindlings Muse, so we’ll be sampling songs, taking questions, and raising glasses. Reserve your seats here!

What’s your favorite record of 2015 so far? Let me know, and I’ll try to make find time to mention it during the live podcast recording of the show.

Here’s my list of favorites so far…

  1. Sufjan Stevens – Carrie & Lowell
  2. Sleater-Kinney – No Cities to Love
  3. Rhiannon Giddens – Tomorrow is My Turn
  4. Laura Marling – Short Movie
  5. Roebuck “Pops” Staples – Don’t Lose This
  6. The Lone Bellow – Then Came the Morning
  7. The Decemberists – What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World
  8. Bettye LaVette – Worthy
  9. Bjork – Vulnicura
  10. Alabama Shakes – Sound & Color

 


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  • Ken Priebe

    Ditto on The Lone Bellow and Decemberists albums….and I still can’t stop listening to The Staves’ IF I WAS album produced by Justin Vernon, which has some of the most haunting, beautiful melodies and spiritually profound lyrics I’ve heard in a long while.

  • Joel Mayward

    Excellent list, Jeff! I’d also recommend “Josh Garrels – Home” and “Bill Fay – Who Is The Sender?”