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New Track: Death Cab for Cutie’s First Show at The Pacer House

New Track: Death Cab for Cutie’s First Show at The Pacer House

Death Cab for Cutie released a recording of their first show, titled “First Show, Acoustic at The Pacer House, Bellingham WA. 11​/​22​/​97.” Stereogum writes, “The acoustic gig at the Pacer House in Bellingham, Washington featured several songs that appeared on Death Cab’s early demo You Can Play These Songs With Chords and later on their 1998 debut album Something About Airplanes.” The track is available on Bandcamp with all proceeds benefiting Seattle nonprofit The Aurora CommonsListen to the track below.

November 22, 2017 Read more
New Track: Robert Ellis – “Gentle On My Mind”

New Track: Robert Ellis – “Gentle On My Mind”

Robert Ellis released a new track with Coutrney Hartman titled “Gentle On My Mind.” Rolling Stone says Ellis and Hartman “borrow from the frenetic picking of Glen Campbell’s version, slowing the pace a touch and transforming the restless wanderer’s love ode into a warm, delicate duet.” The track will appear on the duo’s John Hartford tribute album, Dear John, due out December 8th via Refugee Foundation for the Arts. Listen to the track below and see Robert Ellis on tour.

November 21, 2017 Read more
Video: Arlie – “Didya Think”

Video: Arlie – “Didya Think”

Arlie premiered a new video for their single, “Didya Think,” today. Arlie writes on their Facebook, “a few weeks gathering old picture books and magazines and ideas. a few days safely operating scissors and google docs. a few days in a little room at a big table with windows blacked out, delicately nudging pineapples and other exotic creatures.” Watch the video below and see Arlie on tour.

November 21, 2017 Read more
Stream Sufjan Stevens’ New Mixtape in Full

Stream Sufjan Stevens’ New Mixtape in Full

Sufjan Stevens‘ new mixtape, The Greatest Gift, is now streaming in full via NPR. The accompanying article writes that the mixtape, “recontextualizes and remixes many of Carrie & Lowell‘s songs, while placing them alongside four unreleased outtakes and Doveman’s remix of “Exploding Whale,” a track previously heard only on a 7-inch single.” The Greatest Gift is out Friday via Asthmatic Kitty RecordsListen to the mixtape.

November 21, 2017 Read more
Billions Welcomes Loma

Billions Welcomes Loma

Billions proudly announces our newest client, Loma. Loma formed in 2016 after Shearwater singer Jonathan Meiburg toured with Cross Records members Emily Cross and Dan Duszynski in 2016. The trio spent two weeks in a house outside of Austin recording a handful of songs with an album seeming imminent. They took full advantage of the nature surrounding them, much of which can be heard throughout the album from cicadas and frogs on “Relay Runner” to whooshes of wind and leaves on “White Glass.” Their debut, self-titled album is due out February 16th via Sub Pop.

November 21, 2017 Read more
Scott McCaughey of The Minus 5 and The Baseball Project In Stable Condition Following Stroke

Scott McCaughey of The Minus 5 and The Baseball Project In Stable Condition Following Stroke

It’s with a heavy heart that we share the news that has suffered a stroke while on tour with Alejandro Escovedo.  He is in stable condition. Our thoughts are with Scott and his family as he begins his recovery.  Mary Winzig’s statement can be read below:

“Scott McCaughey, the ever-smiling, sunglasses-wearing front man of the bands The Minus 5 and the Young Fresh Fellows, and side man to countless bands — including M. Ward, The Baseball Project, Tired Pony, and R.E.M. — suffered a stroke while on a West Coast tour with Alejandro Escovedo. He is in stable condition.

Loved by many and a best friend to all, Scott brings a very bright light to the stage. In his ever-changing hats and loud sports coats, Scott exudes such joy while he performs.

“Scott McCaughey is one of the unsung heroes of rock n roll. A true believer and one of the most creative people I have ever met.” says guitarist Peter Buck.

The road to recovery will be a long one, and we believe it will come through music. We can’t wait to see him back in action. The collective energy of the entire creative community is powerful enough to overcome this hurdle. With the love and support of all of you, Scott will continue to share his love of music with the world.

We promise to provide continued updates and will share any messages of support you want to send with him.

Sent with love from Mary Winzig (wife of Scott McCaughey) and the entire R.E.M. community”

November 17, 2017 Read more
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