What We’re Playing – Week of 2/27/17

  1. Animal Collective – The Painters EP

    The newest EP from Baltimore-based indie titans Animal Collective is a companion EP to last year’s Painting With, featuring four colorful and psychedelic pop songs that are arguably some of their best material in a while.

  2. Los Campesinos! – Sick Scenes

    Almost 10 years into their career, the sixth record from seven-piece indie band Los Campesinos! sees the group continue their quirky and painfully relatable musical style, with some more fun, sweet tracks that feel true to their sound.

  3. Vagabon – Infinite Worlds

    The Father/Daughter Records debut of singer/songwriter Laetitia Tamko is an emotional and beautiful indie record, filled with luscious synths and unique vocals that you won’t be able to get out of your head.

  4. The Feelies – In Between

    In Between is the first album from influential rock group The Feelies in six years. It’s a more laid back album compared to the rest of the band’s work, filled with pleasant acoustic guitars and a calmer, yet still energetic, feel.

  5. Half Waif – form/a

    This new EP from multi-instrumentalist Nandi Rose Plunkett features six hauntingly beautiful pop tracks that allows the listener to get a look into her life. These electronic-heavy tunes discuss the ideas of finding a home and discovering a sense of tranquility.

  6. Heart Attack Man – The Manson Family

    The Manson Family, the newest record from Cleveland’s Heart Attack Man on Triple Crown Records, is a heavy collection of fun and heavy rock tunes, guaranteeing a good time for anyone who listens.

  7. London O’Connor – O∆

    This remastered version of London O’Connor’s 2015 debut record aims to bring more attention to one of the most overlooked albums of that year. With truly unique instrumentals and relatable lyrics, this album perfectly talks about teenage anxiety and identity confusion, a topic that’s all too real for everyone.

  8. Vaguess – Guilt Ring

    Pronounced “Vegas”, this California-based band’s second record is filled with short, loud, in-your-face punk tracks that are filled with catchy riffs, strange humor and unforgettable hooks.

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