Renowned jazz bassist/singer-turned-indie-pop songwriter Kate Davis' debut album, “Trophy,” is a strong, cohesive collection of clever, emotionally wide-open songs about love, longing, loss, and growth.
British band Sports Team has yet to release a full-length, but they're one of our favorite new discoveries this year, so we decided to talk about their 3 EPs released so far on episode #116 of "For the Record."
It's been five long years since the last album from The Hold Steady, and "Thrashing Thru the Passion" is a wonderful return to form. We discuss it in-depth in episode #115 of "For the Record." For all the past episodes, visit ForTheRecordPodcast.com.
Brittany Howard took a break from making albums with her band, Alabama Shakes, to make this personal and inventive solo record, "Jaime." We discuss it in-depth in episode #114 of "For the Record." For all the past episodes, visit ForTheRecordPodcast.com.
Brisbane, Australia's WAAX brings heavy guitars, acrobatic female vocals, and a bit of a pop sensibility on their debut LP, "Big Grief." We discuss it in-depth in episode #113 of "For the Record." For all the past episodes, visit ForTheRecordPodcast.com.
Sleater-Kinney's ninth album, produced by St. Vincent, finds them going in a new and sometimes uncomfortable direction, as they confront a world on the brink with their trademark rock trio ferocity... but also some electronics. We discuss "The Center Won'
Alexandra Levy, who records under the name Ada Lea, is a Montreal artist who has recorded her first album, "What We Say in Private," based on 180 days of journaliing following the breakup of an important romantic relationship. We discuss the record in-dep
Stef Chura is a singer-songwriter from Michigan who brings a new and more mature sound to her sophomore album, "Midnight," with the help of producer Will Toledo of Car Seat Headrest. We discuss the record in-depth in episode #109 of "For the Record."