Posts Tagged ‘Song of the Week’

Song of the Week: “Little Light” by the Eagle Rock Gospel Singers

A little gospel to knock your socks off to start the week.  The sock-removers are the Eagle Rock Gospel Singers of Los Angeles, performing “Little Light.”


Song of the Week: “Lost (Sone Remix)” by Mike Gervais

“Lost” by Minneapolis producer & DJ Mike Gervais gets a remix by Seattle’s Brian Sonnleitner a.k.a. Sone.  It features repetitious rhythms, the monotony broken by a growing tension that never resolves.  It just about sums up my life right now.

Read more at KEXP Song of the Day.


Song of the Week: “Downtown” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (feat. Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee & Grandmaster Caz)

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ tribute to riding mopeds “Downtown” is fun.  And funny. And infectious.

The video is very literal in a whack-a-doodle way.

Song of the Week: “If I Was” by Vök

Vök, a indie electro-band from Iceland, provides us with the first Song of the Week of September with “If I Was.”  Ethereal vocals, pulsating rhythms, dreamy lyrics, and a general sense of Icelandicness.  What’s not to love.   Learn more from KEXP.

Song of the Week: “Sapokanikan” by Joanna Newsom

I embrace my inner hipster and declare that I have a mad crush on Joanna Newsom.  Her latest track “Sapokanikan” relates a hidden history of New York City.  I mean, it’s certainly the best song I’ve ever heard that invokes Tammany Hall.  Read more about why we love this song at NPR Music.

Song of the Week: “Hell You Talmbout” featuring Janelle Monáe, Deep Cotton, St. Beauty, Jidenna, Roman GianArthur, and George 2.0.

Janelle Monáe brought together artists on Wondaland Records to record the stark protest song of our times.

Won’t you say their names?


Song of the Week: “Most Space” by Worriers

Brooklyn-based punk band Worriers just released an excellent album called Imaginary Life.  The humorous video for “Most Space” is below, although my favorite song on the album is “Life During Peacetime,” which I could not find a way to stream.

Also check out the All Songs Considered interview with Lauren Denitzio of Worriers and Laura Jane Grace of Against Me!, who produced the album.


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