Just another in a long line of amazing records made by the Crutchfield sisters. I've been playing shows with them since they were 16 years old and I've loved everything they've ever written. So it's no wonder that I love this. It's a pop record. It's amazing. It's also a really really really good record to drive to.
Listen to Asphalt
I was in Philly a couple weeks ago and got to hear some demos for their new record and I'm happy to say that they're amazing. More very sing-along-able songs about fucking up and being fucked up. I think they're recording this summer? Am I allowed to tell people this? It's going to be their first release on epitaph so that's exciting too. They're just the best dudes making the best tunes. So watch out for the new record.
She can do no wrong. It took me a little while to get into this. I think maybe because the production value got upped and I guess it sounded less sad for some reason? But then I realized it was just as sad and heart-wrenching as all her other releases and fell in love with it. There's some quirky electronic stuff on here that really threw me for a loop too, but it somehow works very very well. Love her voice. Love her songwriting. Love this record.
Rivernecks - I was a commercial fisherman (live on WFCF 88.5)
Rivernecks live at some radio station. I still have yet to see this band play live and can't wait to. I've loved every band Jacob has ever been in and this one is no exception. Recorded on record store day I think?