Two dispatches from listener Steven Routledge on this episode! First, he talks about new music he discovered in December – including Greg Dulli and Panopticon – plus his favorites of 2017: Lion and Karen O/Danger Mouse. Then he talks about new music from January – Ryan Hamilton and the Harlequin Ghosts, the Lonesome Wilderness and Tattletale Saints – plus more 2019 favorites, including Mini Meltdowns, Richard Lucas and Daniel Meade.
The latest new music dispatch from listener Steven Routledge includes a Christmas tune by Josh Rouse, plus other cool tracks from Vetiver, Hangabouts, the Heavy Horses and Drive-By Truckers. Enjoy.
Our monthly new music dispatch from listener Steven Routledge includes cool tunes from Lightning Dust, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Whyte Horses and Half Moon Run. Plus, a cover song by Lucy Dacus.
In his monthly contribution, Steven Routledge of Scotland tells us about new music he discovered in September: Cloak, Jeremy Ivey, Tindersticks, Mike Patton and Kate Teague. He also talks about his favorite album of the 21st century, by Gutter Twins.
Loyal listener Steven Routledge of Scotland sends us his August new music picks: The Rails, Ride, Glorious Sons, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Seratones and the Vapour Trails.
Loyal listener Steven Routledge of Scotland tells us about some new music he has discovered, plus a tribute to David Berman (Rest in Power) and a couple of concert reports, including Teenage Fanclub. New music from Purple Mountains, Killswitch Engage, the Soft Cavalry, Josh Rouse and Lion.
Listener Steven Routledge sends correspondence from Scotland to turn us on to some new music by Alter Bridge, Volbeat, Sturgill Simpson and Hiss Golden Messenger.
Guest host Steven Routledge of Scotland talks about his love of the live album “Weld” by Neil Young & Crazy Horse. Jim & Patrick are on vacation and will be back next week.
Steven Routledge of Scotland gives us his picks for May new music: Slipknot, Trivium, Night Cafe, Ian Noe and Lion.
Two readers talk new music in this Fan Mail episode. Steven Routledge touts As I Lay Dying, Alex Lahey, Nick Lowe and the National (plus a Tom Petty cover by J Mascis). And Tom Neuerberg turns us on to the latest by Broken Social Scene. And then – sport!