Helplessness Blues & more

We’ll be putting up this week’s podcast later this evening, but in the meantime, you might want to take a listen to the upcoming album from the Fleet Foxes. Helplessness Blues is currently available via the National Public Radio website, so take a listen. I’m on my second listen-through of the new disc, and have nothing to complain about so far.

We’ll most certainly be airing a track or two from Helplessness Blues next week, but on this week’s show (#229) you can look forward to new tracks from TV on the Radio, Chad VanGaalen and Low!

Also, if you’re a reader like me, you might be interested in this article from the latest Harper’s Magazine, named after Camera Obscura’s 2004 album.  Entitled “Underachievers please try harder: Indie rock reunites on the English coast“, it’s a pretty neat insider’s look at All Tomorrow’s Parties, the hipper-than-hip indie music festival(s) put on at old holiday camps in the UK.

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  • By episode #230 on May 4, 2011 at 9:10 am

    […] Philly’s Kurt Vile, and new material from Seattle’s Fleet Foxes–their new disc Helplessness Blues can still be heard free […]

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