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Brandi Carlile and Yo La Tengo blessed us with #SpotifySingles this week
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“You’ve only got a few hours to see a town like Denver or something like that. So you try to do a little bit, see a few places, and then you play your show and you are out of there. You only see a snapshot of the city itself.” - @thedjangos on tour life. Their new album Marble Skies is out now. ( by @travis_shinn)
"For me personally, this year has been all about @laurajeanmusic's song Girls on the TV — pop perfection with a deeply empathetic heart from a great Melbourne songwriter." - Tom from @rollingblackoutscf on the song that's helped him keep it together this year. The band's new album Hope Downs is out now. ( by @travis_shinn)
#SpotifyRISE artist @jorjasmith_ slays a spine-tingling version of Blue Lights at the legendary Village Studios. Watch the whole video at the link in our bio.
"I'm not making this up, but I feel like it's getting easier. Because we've done it, we've been through a bunch of f---ed up s---, we've had really high highs, we've had low lows, we know literally everything about each other, so it's actually getting easier. We're open about doing this for the rest of our lives, so we try to work on it and try to be there for each other. We're probably getting along better now than we were 10 years ago, we just figure s--- out. It's like family." — Jared Watson on 15 years of #dirtyheads. ( by @travis_shinn)
"The inspiration for the title 4275 came from me paying homage to where I began. I wouldn’t be who I am today without 4275." - @jacquees. His debut album is out now. ( by @kristaschlueter)
"It goes without saying that this has been a rough year for me. And grief is a personal experience, so I felt like the only way to release and support the songs that I have been making is to go it alone. Also sonically, they're very different from stuff I've done in the past, so I didn't want to use any of the artist names that I've already used. I've never done an album as Mike Shinoda, so I figured this would be a great time to do that, and it kind of indicates that it is a more personal thing. The album is not all dark, it actually starts dark and goes to someplace brighter; it starts claustrophobic and it goes to someplace more open. I don't think that this journey ends with the end of the album, I think it keeps going from there, but at least at this point, these 16 songs are the progress I've made so far." — @m_shinoda on releasing his first solo album, Post Traumatic, out now. ( by @travis_shinn)
The first new #nas album in six years. Listen now.