Matt Aguiluz of A Living Soundtrack lived in Japan from 2011 to 2013, an
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Part-time Stereolab collaborator Sean O'Hagan has found full expression of his Beach Boy impulses as well as his love of low-tech drones in
If you see Maxx McGathey, bandleader of Gramps the Vamp, walking around Chicago with he
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Our favorite things this week include Willie Hutch, Morgan Spurlock's new project, and new Walk the Moon.
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“Last night I was up until 10 o'clock this morning working on a song," says Josh Carter, one half of electro-rock duo Phantogram.
This Week's Soundtrack looks forward to this week in New Orleans, Voodoo, and soccer in Brazil.
This Week's Soundtrack includes new music from The Afghan Whigs, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, and Down, as well as previews of shows by tUnE-yArDs, Little Dragon, Lydia Loveless and Prince.
Our favorite things this week are inspired by this weekend's comic con and "The Americans."
Our favorite things this week include reevalations of Dylan and Springsteen, DJ Slink and Mogwai on TV.
Our favorite things this week include "Gravity," Chvrches and Neneh Cherry.
This Week's Soundtrack remembers soul cinema and vintage funk, and finds its echo farther out than expected.
We here at Spilt Milk World HQ respect the holidays and don't believe in starting one until the other is officially in the rearview mirror.
This Week's Spotify Soundtrack previews new music from Melody's Echo Chamber, Green Day, Sotho Sounds and Kreayshawn (with Sissy Nobby); and shows by Santigold, Victor Wooten, Dinosaur Jr., TOPS and more.
This week's soundtrack previews Tales of the Cocktail and upcoming shows, including Little Feat (this week) and Dirty Projectors, Animal Collective and Fiona Apple (in the future).
Almost every time someone came to me with new music last week, it was international, which shaped
Some old school soul, some outlaw country, some art rock and more to prepare you for the week in New Orleans.
This week's Spotify soundtrack features disco
This week's soundtrack is seriously shaped by last week.