Monthly Archives: February 2012
A “Night” To Remember By Eric Webb Hot dang. This is the only album I have listened to all week. My friends Tyler and Tim introduced me to fun. on an epic late night drive. I don’t remember who suggested … Continue reading
Dinosaur Jr. Jr. By Matt Jones One of the beautiful things about huge music festivals like SXSW is that they bring a lot of really incredible bands out of the woodwork that you might never have been exposed to otherwise. … Continue reading
Weekend Getaway By Eric Webb A list of music my dad likes: Chicago, Kenny G and Tennessee Ernie Ford. More or less, that is the list. I’m always excited when I hear something that I think he might appreciate, but … Continue reading
Sophomore Sweetness By Matt Jones Well it’s about time we had a good blues rock release in 2012. Our heroes this week are the Southampton-based Band of Skulls, a talented trio whose sophomore LP Sweet Sour has me head nodding … Continue reading
Kilting Me Softly By Eric Webb Indulge me, briefly. There’s a method to this self-confessional. I’ve been a little down lately. I’ve moved to a different state and back home again in less than a year. My new job is … Continue reading
Techno Jungle By Matt Jones After a brief sonic love affair with the midwestern US (see Cloud Nothings and The Pines), I’m coming back to Europe for my album of the week. I’m reaching into Spain specifically, and for very … Continue reading
The mattneric January 2012 playlist is now available on Spotify.