New Music Discovery

Hello music lovers welcome to the our end of the month wrap up of the new music played on NEXT.

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Artist and Song Title:

The War on Drugs – Red Eyes
Temples – Shelter Song
Wild Adriatic – Woe
Chrissie Hynde – Dark Sunglasses
Kaiser Chiefs – Misery Company
Black Lips – Boys in the Wood
Rival Sons – Electric Man
Brody Dalle – Don’t Mess With Me
Justin Currie – On a Roll
Ben Harper & Ellen Harper – Learn It All Again Tomorrow
Johnny Cash – I Drove her Out of My Mind
Mac Demarco – Passing Out Pieces
St Paul & The Broken Bones – I’m Torn Up
Keb Mo – The Worst is Yet to Come
Ingrid Michaelson – Warpath

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4 Comments

  • I’m disappointed by some of the omissions, but can’t argue with another terrific compilation of the best of the month.

    I’m a big fan of the new album from The War on Drugs and really like the track from Temples. It’s great to hear Chrissie Hynde still rocking’ out and the Ben Harper and Ellen Harper track is real nice too. It’s always good to hear Johnny Cash and Mac Demarco is terrific with a great album as well. Also, I love the St Paul & The Broken Bones track and will spend the next 40 minutes discovering that album.

    But the #1 stand out for me this month, was Keb Mo. Great track and great album!

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