Here’s a listing of the tracks we played in the 2013 Non-Commvention Music Meeting.
Preservation Hall Jazz Band, “Dear Lord (Give Me the Strength)” The Unlikely Candidates, “Follow My Feet” Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, “Stranger to My Happiness” John Murry, “Southern Sky” Mavis Staples, “Can You Get to That” Daughn Gibson, “Kissin’ on the Blacktop” The Wood Brothers, “The Muse” JOHNNYSWIM, “Home” (live performance) Mayer Hawthorne, “Her Favorite Song” Lou Doillon, “Devil or Angel” Camera Obscura, “Break It to You Gently” Kelis, “Jerk Ribs” Bell X1, “The End Is Nigh”
We’re excited to be heading to Philadelphia next week for the always amazing Non-Commvention, a gathering of smart radio programmers and an amazing array of musical talent. One of the artists we’re most excited to see is Tom Jones. If you’re wondering if he can still bring it, check this out!
Phosphorescent’s fantastic new album, Muchacho, is available for preview this week courtesy of NPR Music’s First Listen. Stephen Thompson lauds: “Even when their arrangements feel grand and fleshed-out, epic and searching, Houck’s best songs come off like intimate conversations with a confidante—wise and soft, and warmed by experience.” Grab the edit of the first single, “Song for Zula,” from Play MPE.