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January 05, 2019
Friday Night Music: Songs of Resistance
I've decided that 2019 is the year for feel-good music about fighting back and speaking...
October 20, 2018
Friday Night Music: Love is Dead
On their third album, the Scottish electropop trio Chvrches delivers a grimmer, more defiant, more...
September 29, 2018
Friday Night Music: Art of Doubt
This has been a good year for new music from some of my favorite bands,...
August 11, 2018
Friday Night Music: High As Hope
I almost missed this new album by Florence + the Machine. It's quieter and more...
June 09, 2018
Friday Night Music: Lake Street Dive
I think there's something she wants to tell us about herself:
May 25, 2018
Friday Night Music: Larkin Poe
I'm always up for twangy roots-rock with a gimmick, and Larkin Poe has a neat...
March 03, 2018
Friday Night Music: Dirty Computer
Any day when Janelle Monáe announces a new album is a good day. Any day...
February 10, 2018
Friday Night Music: Ruins
It's been a while since we heard from First Aid Kit, but they're back with...
January 13, 2018
Friday Night Music: Connect the Dots
It's the second year of American dystopia, and we're still here, still surviving. To keep...
October 28, 2017
Friday Night Music: The Sky is a Neighborhood
The Foo Fighters channel Carl Sagan on their new album Concrete and Gold:
September 23, 2017
Friday Night Music: A Deeper Understanding
The new album from The War on Drugs is really good. It strikes just the...
July 29, 2017
Friday Night Music: Halsey
When you want music to fit the mood of the country, Halsey delivers with R&B-influenced...
May 27, 2017
Friday Night Music: Diet Cig
This song from the pop-punk duo Diet Cig is a silly little bit of fluff,...
January 28, 2017
Friday Night Music: Not Your Way
We're going to need some anthems of resistance over the next few years, and this...
December 17, 2016
Friday Night Music: The One Moment
The rock band OK Go is famous for their high-concept music videos (like the amazing...
October 22, 2016
Friday Night Music: Spirits
I'm digging this song by the Strumbellas, a Canadian band that describes themselves as variously...
August 20, 2016
Friday Night Music: Criminal
I've mostly focused on newer stuff rather than nostalgia for these music posts. But reading...
March 19, 2016
Friday Night Music: Dance Apocalyptic
Since the 2016 presidential election seems like it has at least decent odds of bringing...
January 16, 2016
Friday Night Music: Every Open Eye
I last wrote about Chvrches, the Scottish synthpop band with the name I can never...
November 28, 2015
Friday Night Music: The War on Drugs
When I want to get in the mood for writing, I listen to music that...
October 17, 2015
Friday Night Music: The Shade
Following up on the theme of their last album, 2012's Synthetica, Metric delves deeper into...
September 26, 2015
Friday Night Music: Sidelined
Shelley Segal is on tour in the U.S., and I got to see her perform...
August 22, 2015
Friday Night Music: Grace Potter
I don't see why you'd embark on a solo career when you're best known for...
July 17, 2015
Friday Night Music: Beneath the Skin
Between Florence + the Machine, Quiet Company, and Metric this fall, 2015 is working out...
June 13, 2015
Friday Night Music: Ship to Wreck
Florence + the Machine has just released How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, their first...
May 30, 2015
Friday Night Music: Sonic Highways
I just saw Mad Max: Fury Road, and I'm still a little breathless - best...
April 04, 2015
Friday Night Music: Transgressor
I previously used this space to feature Quiet Company, an ex-Christian rock band from Texas....
February 15, 2015
Weekend Bonus Music: Hard Believer
I was going to put up a Friday Night Music post, but I've been traveling...
January 31, 2015
Friday Night Music: First Aid Kit
Johanna and Klara Söderberg, two sisters from Stockholm with amazing voices, make up the indie-folk...
December 12, 2014
Friday Night Music: Portugal The Man
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