Drivin’ n’ Cryin’ front man Kevn Kinney‘s new album a good country mile is a collaboration between longtime friends and musical cohorts he and Anton Fier (formerly of famed New York post punk band The Feelies). Made out of a mutual appreciation for good old fashioned rock n’ roll, the album – and tracks like “In the Land of Things (That Used to Be)” – are textbook examples the genre done right. Big riffs, upbeat rhythms and sing-along lyrics are the name of the game here.
Welcome to Volume 31 of RCRD LBL Essentials! Just in time for your weekend, we’re bringing you a playlist of this week’s hottest new tracks. This time around we’ve got a rocking set of tunes featuring classic ska rockers Bouncing Souls, some indie chamber pop from A Lull, and some hot remixes from CREEP, Houses and Party Supplies.
Just in time for the weekend, we’ve got yourfix of this week’s hottest tunes. If you’re looking for some new tracks to get things going, look no further. With remixes of party favorites like Cypress Hill, Sebastien Tellier, and Orbital, this RCRD LBL Essentials Playlist is chock full of party tunes.
Here is RCRD LBL Essentials Volume 28, and we’ve got some serious groove for you this week. Check out this collection of new music for some of the best basslines around.
Formed in Brighton, England back in the 2004, the members of The Kooks were launched into the limelight only a few months after forming as a band when they were signed to Virgin Records on the strength of their demo. At the time, they were barely in their 20′s and had only recently learned to play their instruments! Now, a quadruple platinum album, multiple Top-10 singles, and international tours later, they’re back with their third album, Junk of Heart. They’re looking to give US audiences a taste of their new sound with a performance at Bonnaroo.