Audrey Assad - “Death In His Grave” (John Mark McMillan cover)
THIS: One of my favorite songs, covered by one of my favorite artists.( This has been played 0 times.)
New, from Sean Watkins!
From Sean Watkins’ (Nickel Creek) new solo album “All I Do Is Lie” with performances by Sara Watkins, Greg Leisz and Gillian Welch. Out July 1st via Roaring Girl Records.
Sean Watkins auto-reblog.(Download link. This has been played 0 times.)
To hear [Derek Webb] sing about his faith, love for the church, marriage, and struggle with sin and obedience, and now know that at that time he was living contrary to that — and, upon reading his recent announcement, to feel that he makes marriage look like it’s not worth fighting out – feels antithetical to everything Webb stood for. And for those of us who have found hope and strength in his music, it’s rattling and sad. It feels like an unspoken contract between him and his audience has been broken.—
I keep thinking about the announcement, and it just makes me sick.
The Star-Spangled Banner in a minor key. Nicely done.
Mindy Smith - “Down In Flames”( This has been played 9 times.)
All it takes to write a pop song is 4 chords. This is pretty good.
Penny and Sparrow - “Stoic” off their new album that drops this month.
Billy Joel and Jimmy Fallon sing together
This is so much fun. I love the little cues that indicate one’s musicality, such as Billy Joel’s ability to a) hear multiple harmonies and b) swap between them.
Newy Lewis and the Hues - “Power of Love”
Ben Rector was previously seen recording a fantastic cover of Whitney Houston’s “I Want to Dance with Somebody.”
New song by The Dirty Guv’nahs, one of my favorite finds of 2013.
Christophe Beck - “Heimr Àrnadalr” (Frozen score)
Beautiful.( This has been played 9 times.)
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Coldplay pulled a Beyonce and randomly put up music without warning at midnight last night and it’s called midnight and it sounds like Bon Iver had a baby with Frou Frou and then Coldplay also and honestly?
It’s really fucking enjoyable.
The second single off the new Nickel Creek record that drops April 1.