What We’re Playing – Week of 3/27/17

Hey Rock Lobsters!! Here’s all the sweet new tunes that’s new to rotation this week.

  1. Mount Eerie – A Crow Looked At Me

    The newest record from the project of The Microphone’s Phil Elverum is a heartbreaking tribute to his late wife Geneviève Castrée, with each track acting as a introspective look at the grieving process and what it’s like to have to move on.

  2. Sorority Noise – You’re Not as _____ as You Think

    Sorority Noise’s newest record is their best one of their career, with the group perfectly enrapturing the sounds and emotions of classic 2000s emo.

  3. Show Me the Body – CORPUS I

    CORPUS I is the first mixtape of noise-punk group Show Me the Body. Sounding as loud and angry as ever, this new project features several talents, like Denzel Curry, Moor Mother and Princess Nokia.

  4. Jake Xerxes Fussell – What In the Natural World

    The sophomore record from folk artist Jake Xerxes Fusell brings back the sound of classic 20th century folk music, with his beautiful falsettos and a very laid-back style.

  5. Hiccup – Imaginary Enemies

    The debut record from this Brooklyn-based three-piece is the epitome of banging power pop, with super catchy, repetitive riffs and fun vocal harmonies you won’t be able to get enough of.

  6. The Buttertones – Gravedigging

    The Buttertones’ newest record plays out like a fictional movie’s soundtrack, with its hard-hitting riffs and dramatic instrumentation that feels like something out of a 70s action flick.

  7. Nana Grizol – Ursa Minor

    The newest record this from Athens, GA-based band is as catchy as folk punk can get, with a collection of extremely fun, fast-paced songs reminiscent of bands like Neutral Milk Hotel.

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