Archive for the ‘Song of the Week’ Category

Song of the Week: “Baby Fat” by Redtenbacher’s Funkestra

Time to get funky and dance toRedtenbacher’s Funkestra‘s “Baby Fat”.

Song of the Week: “Forever Don’t Last” by Jazmine Sullivan

For the post-Valentine’s Day Song of the Week, Philadelphia’s Jazmine Sullivan provides the plaintive and soulful vocals for “Forever Don’t Last.”

Song of the Week: “Pedestrian At Best” by Courtney Barnett

Australian indie rocker Courtney Barnett‘s new single “Pedestrian At Best” is filled with witty wordplay and punk rock rage.  Her first full-length album Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit is due out on March 23.

Song of the Week: “Flashlight” by Bonobo

Bonobo, the alias of British electronic musician Simon Green, makes a return appearance to Song of the Week with “Flashlight.”

So, so soothing.


Previously: Song of the Week: “Cirrus” by Bonobo

Song of the Week: “Caribou” by Tanya Tagaq

“Caribou” is a cover of a Pixies song by Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq.  It’s a perfect match of song to interpreter, but it’s also not representative of Tagaq’s greater work.  So make sure to check out her new album Animism as well.


Related posts: Ten Favorite Songs of 2008

Song of the Week: “Grit in the Pearl” by Clark

Start of the new week with some wacky electronica from Clark, performing “Grit in the Pearl”

Song of the Week: “Caught in a Dream” by FF

The first Song of the Week for 2015 comes from the impossible-to-Google Seattle punk band FF, with their track “Caught in a Dream.”


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