What We’re Playing – Week of 2/27/17

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. Los Campesinos! – Sick Scenes Almost 10 years into their career, the sixth…

What We’re Playing – Week of 2/20/17

Hey all you Rock Lobsters!!! Another week, another bunch of great albums that have just been added to ACRN’s rotation! Xiu Xiu – FORGET Back with their follow-up to last year’s incredible Plays the Music of Twin Peaks, experimental legends Xiu Xiu give us a brand new record filled with their strange, dreamy sound that…

What We’re Playing – Week of 2/13/17

Hey Rock Lobsters!! Here’s all the fresh new albums on rotation this week we know you’ll fall in love with. Sampha – Process The long anticipated debut record of British electronic singer Sampha couldn’t be a more refreshing listen. The critically acclaimed record sees the artist skip introductions and dive deep straight into personal lyrics…

What We’re Playing – Week of 1/30/17

Hey Rock Lobsters!! Here’s some new, amazing albums that are new to the ACRN rotation this week. Surfer Blood – Snowdonia When lead guitarist Thomas Fekete died back in mid-2016, it was unclear what Surfer Blood was going to do. Their newest record, Snowdonia, makes it clear, with new guitarist Lindsay Mills and a new,…

What We’re Playing – Week of 1/23/17

New week, new us!! Here’s some albums live on our stream right now that’ll make your week a whole lot better. Cloud Nothings – Life Without Sound The long-awaited follow up to their 2014 album Here and Nowhere Else only proves that Cloud Nothings is one of the best indie rock bands out there right…

What We’re Playing – Week of 1/16/17

To start this new semester off fresh, we added some killer new records to the ACRN rotation. The xx – I See You Their first album in five years, the indie-pop trio The xx follow their sophomore album Coexist with the long awaited I See You, which has them going in a richer, more exciting sound. The…