68059_10151127179783344_1574973842_nNew Music Discovery.

Hello and welcome to one hell of a month of great new music. If you are new to NEXT welcome. You might want to check out our favorite songs of May (even if you’re not new to NEXT maybe you want to listen to it again?). If you like what you hear please share this show with your friends…or don’t.

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Artist and Song Title:

Spanish Gold – One Track Mind
Milky Chance – Stolen Dance
Bishop Allen – Start Again
Spoon – Rent I Pay
Old 97’s – Let’s Get Drunk and Get It On
OK Go – Writing’s On The Wall
Jamie N Commons & X Ambassadors – Jungle
The Orwells – Southern Comfort
Rival Sons – Good Things
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – U Get Me High
The Stationary Set – Lion and Lamb
Josie and Louisa – The Show
Allah-Las – Had It All
Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas – Demons
Joywave – Somebody New

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7 Comments

  • Great week! Absolute favorite of the favorites is Milky Chance. Check out their live performances on You Tube. Crazy hair, crazy eyebrows and amazing voice on the lead singer. Super cool.

  • The Old 97’s, “Let’s Get Drunk and Get It On,” was born to be the song of the summer! (if not the album of the summer).

    But, my favorite song of the month is probably Spoon, “Rent I Pay,” with Tom Petty, “U Get Me High,” right up there too. Tom sounds as fresh as ever! I also, I really dig the power of the Orwells and the garage band throwback of Allah-Las.

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