14 Oct

Pick Your Poison: Tuesday 10-14-13

We’ve hit another Tuesday, where I’m once again pleased to bring you a quick rundown of artists with brand new music coming out this week. The hope is to either inform you about what’s out there, but also to maybe even remind you if one of your favorite artists is putting out something new and you simply forgot about it. So without further ado, here’s your list for this week: Bob Seger, Favorite Weapon, Foxygen, The Game, Itasca, Jessie J, Kele Okereke, Kevin Morby, Kindness, Maggie Bjorklund, Mary Lambert, Meatbodies, Melvins, Nico and Vinz, Obliterations, Ok Go, Pharmakon, Sanctuary, Stars, Today is the Day, U2, We Were Promised Jetpacks and You+Me. If you’re so inspired please pick some of these records up via your favorite digital or physical retailer! Now let’s get to today’s Pick Your Poison, where you can discover even more hot new music. Some key tracks you’ll want to give attention to today come from Death Rattle, Future Loves Past, Grammar, Jessie Ware, Little Cinema, Mykki Blanco (ft. Cities Aviv) and Royale. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream new songs from Alex Calder, Hound, LIFE, Lucrecia Dalt, Porches., PROM and a Teen Daze remix.

Ballad – What to Say to You

Caribou – Can’t Do Without You (Munk & The Black Loops Remix)

Death Rattle – Weak Joints

Esco Williams – Oh Joran (LUKA Remix)

Future Loves Past – Hold On Tight

Grammar – Summer Skin

Henri – It’s Like This, It’s Like That (Irregular Disco Workers Psyco Dub Remix)

Jessie Ware – 12 [Demo ft. Robin Hannibal]

Lil B – February’s Confessions (Death Ledger Edit)

Little Cinema – Diving Board

Mykki Blanco – Moshin in the Front (ft. Cities Aviv)

Royale – Out of Season (ft. Nigel Evan Dennis)
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13 Oct

Pick Your Poison: Monday 10-13-14

If you ask me, and by virtue of reading this website you telepathically did, there are certain types and styles of music that are suited to each of the four seasons each year. Spring is a time for beauty, as the weather starts to warm and the flowers begin to bloom. That’s best evoked with acoustic guitars and sweeping post-rock. Summer is hot and filled with fun in the sun, so you want high energy songs from the pop genre, be it indie, mainstream, synth or other. EDM and hip hop are pretty much summer genres too. Winter is great for just about anything minimalist in sound, that speaks to the gentle but harsh conditions outside. As for fall, that’s a season of quiet reflection as that which was once blooming is now dying, and the year is quickly coming to an end. You’re going to want some great folk and psychedelic tunes to help soundtrack that. While I’m unable to completely steer every edition of Pick Your Poison in any particular seasonal direction, especially since individual tastes often override any seasonal influences, I try to do what I can to help sway things from time to time. Often that means recommending shows I think you’ll like. This upcoming Thursday the 16th, psych-pop upstarts Temples will be playing a show at the Park West in Chicago. They made waves earlier this year with the release of their debut album Sun Structures, which is fun and trippy and sounds like a glorious car crash between Tame Impala and MGMT. There’s a lot to love about these guys, and they’ve certainly worked their way up to headliner status. Just a couple of months ago, their early afternoon set was the first thing I saw at Lollapalooza 2014, and it made for a solid start to the weekend. I can vouch for their live chops, even if they seemed a little overheated due to the weather outside. It was also my assessment that they’d be far more comfortable and effective indoors, where climate control and suitable darkness could allow their psychedelic influences would have a far greater presence. In other words, Park West is a great spot for them. Take a listen to tracks like “Shelter Song” and “Mesmerise” to get a better idea of who these guys are and what they’re all about, in case you didn’t know already. If you’re in Chicago without any plans on Thursday night, by all means come out to the show as well. It starts at 8pm. Tickets are only $20 and can be purchased here. Hope to see you there for another great fall show that’s truly appropriate for the season. Now how about that Pick Your Poison for your Columbus Day? There’s some great tracks in this set from Ancient Babes, Dam Gila, Germany Germany, Petter Carlsen and Weyes Blood. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream songs from Dilly Dally, Holly Waxwing, Kate Boy, Nothing, Party Supplies (ft. Action Bronson and Black Atlass), Run the Jewels (ft. Zach de la Rocha) and Springtime Carnivore.

Ancient Babes – Atlantic Avenue/Street

Dam Gila – History

David Vertesi – Loud Talker

Deloney – Mahammad X

Germany Germany – Substance

Jarren Benton – Alladat

Justice vs. Simian – We Are Your Friends (Johanssen Remix)

Petter Carlsen – Tiger

The Rebel Light – Strangers

Snails & Antiserum – Wild (VIP Mix)

Steady Lean – Fog Chaser

undocument ft. MaQui – Creep (Radiohead cover)

Weyes Blood – Some Winters
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09 Oct

Pick Your Poison: Thursday 10-9-14

It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another weekly dip into the pool of music news, interviews and videos that I like to call This Week In Music! Yes, in addition to the normal Pick Your Poison mp3s and Soundcloud streams, I like to toss out links to a bunch of other music-related content that I’ve found interesting or worthwhile over the course of the week. I encourage you to check some, if not all of these things out, particularly if you’re looking to waste some time. There’s plenty to see, read and hear:

Read Grimes’ essay on making music and being a boss

Watch Damon Albarn perform his song “Everyday Robots” for some androids

Music Video: Ty Segall – The Singer

Alice Glass has announced she’s leaving Crystal Castles

Skip to 22:25 to hear The War on Drugs perform a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Tangled Up in Blue”

Watch an all-star cover of The Beach Boys’ “God Only Knows” ft. Brian Wilson, Dave Grohl, Sam Smith, Chris Martin, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Lorde and many more

Check out the trailer for “Everything Will Change,” a documentary about The Postal Service reunion

YouTube Audio Stream: Charli XCX – London Queen

YouTube Audio Stream: TV on the Radio – Careful You

Music Video: Caribou – Our Love

Once you’re done with that set of distractions, let me offer up another set via some song downloads and streams. Don’t miss songs from Alex Weston, Bad Cop, Danny L Harle, The Dead Ships, Glyphs and Sunbears!. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream cuts from Dream Police, Girlpool, Line & Circle and Tei Shi, along with tracks from Ben Frost, Hundred Waters and Say Lou Lou getting the remix treatment.

Alex Weston – Hands

Bad Cop – Wish You Well

Bassnectar & Jantsen ft. Fashawn & Zion I – Lost in the Crowd (LOCOJA Remix)

Choosey – Middle Finger Rap

Danny L Harle – In My Dreams

The Dead Ships – Canyon

Deutsch Duke – Feels Good

Eric & Magill – Calendars (Made of Oak Remix)

Freestylers – Saturday Night Flava

Glyphs – The Machine

Sunbears! – Laughing Girl

Taffy – In the Fields I Lay (Live)
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08 Oct

Pick Your Poison: Wednesday 10-8-14

As far as I can tell, Iceland is a pretty amazing country. I’ve never been, but some friends of mine have gone and raved about it. The photos and videos I’ve seen also make it look visually striking, with panoramic vistas, natural hot springs and a high visibility rate for the Northern Lights. It’s no wonder then that so much great and beautiful music comes out of the country. Arguably the two most prominent artists from Iceland that support this assertion are Bjork and Sigur Ros. They’ve sustained epic global popularity, and in the case of Sigur Ros, without even singing in a widespread language such as English. Of course there’s plenty more music where that came from, and one name that’s been making serious waves in the last year or two has been Ásgeir. His full name is Ásgeir Trausti Einarsson, but trust me when I say it’s so much better and easier to only have to deal with the first part of that. Even then, the pronunciation is a little tricky, as phonetically it’s “owse-gear.” He released his debut album Dýrð í dauðaþögn back in 2012, and it became the fastest selling debut album in the history of Iceland. At the start of 2014, he re-recorded the album with everything translated into English, including the album title In the Silence. That’s been gaining a lot of traction worldwide as well, at one point reaching #1 on Billboard’s Next Big Sound chart. His combination of gentle acoustic folk melodies and that gorgeous falsetto of a voice just hits you right at your emotional core no matter how hard you try to avoid it. His biggest single to date has been “King and Cross,” which I’ve heard more than a few times on the radio these last few months. Check out “Lupin Intrigue” as well if you’re looking for a deeper cut. Anyways, the reason I’m bringing all of this up is because Ásgeir is in the middle of a U.S. tour right now, and will be at Lincoln Hall this Sunday night for a show. It starts at 8pm, it’s 18+ and tickets are only $14. You can buy them in advance here. Ásgeir’s music is sort of built for the fall season, and getting the chance to see him during that time should be something really special, so I hope you’ll come out if you’re in Chicago! That aside, let’s get to the mid-week edition of Pick Your Poison. There’s some great tracks in this set from Gwyneth Moreland, In Sonitus Lux, Monogol, Morgan Shaughnessy, Streets of Laredo and VLMA. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream songs from Butch Walker, HANAH, The Invisible Hands, Joel Ford (ft. Ejecta) and PROM. Beat Connection also put together a nice remix for a Jungle track, and I’m proud to share a live recording of Grizzly Bear’s Daniel Rossen performing a new song during a show in Chicago.

Great White Buffalo – Detroit

Gwyneth Moreland – Slaughterhouse Gulch

In Sonitus Lux – The Desert

John Murry – Little Colored Balloons

jr. hi ft. The Weeknd – Secrets (GXNXVS Remix)

Jupe Jupe – Love to Watch You Fall (Lusine Remix)

Monogold – Under Daisies

Morgan Shaughnessy – February Moon

Shanaz Dorsett – Big People’s Business

Streets of Laredo – Hey Rose

VLMA – Thumb Bucket

Wartime Recitals – Bad Dances
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07 Oct

Pick Your Poison: Tuesday 10-7-14

We’ve hit another Tuesday, where I’m once again pleased to bring you a quick rundown of artists with brand new music coming out this week. The hope is to either inform you about what’s out there, but also to maybe even remind you if one of your favorite artists is putting out something new and you simply forgot about it. So without further ado, here’s your list for this week: Allo Darlin, Bass Drum of Death, Betty Who, Bonobo, Broods, Caribou, Dark Blue, Dinosaur Feathers, Ex Hex, Field Report, Flying Lotus, Godflesh, High Ends, Hozier, Iceage, Jackson Browne, Jason Aldean, Jessica Campbell, Johnny Marr, The Juan MacLean, Minus the Bear, Peaking Lights, Philip Selway, Shakey Graves, Stevie Nicks, Tinashe, Vashti Bunyan, Wampire, Weezer and Zola Jesus. If you’re so inspired please pick some of these records up via your favorite digital or physical retailer! Now let’s get to today’s Pick Your Poison, where you can discover even more hot new music. Some key tracks you’ll want to give attention to today come from Alex Calder, Chloe March, Circle, Jake Isaac, Otonana Trio and Strange Fiction. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream new songs from GoGo Penguin, Niia, Populous, Vogue Dots and Yumi Zouma.

Alex Calder – Suki and Me

Champagne Fever – Cheerios

Chloe March – Winter Deep

Circle – One

Dave McPherson – Nothing Is Enough

Emperor Yes – Monkey King

Jake Isaac – Long Road

Join the Riot – Wow (Supernatet Remix)

Otonana Trio – The Ramen War III

Strange Fiction – Josephine

Swanky Tiger – Empires

Trav Fermin – Plottin’
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06 Oct

Pick Your Poison: Monday 10-6-14

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been relatively disappointed with the hip hop offerings so far in 2014. I mean, outside of records from Shabazz Palaces and Future, I can’t think of a single other hip hop release this year that’s gotten me genuinely excited. There’s been plenty of stuff on the “fringes” of the genre that have been great, and records from Flying Lotus and FKA twigs probably fall into that category. But I’m thinking that unless Kanye West or Kendrick Lamar get their records finished and out before the end of the year, that there’s not going to be much else noteworthy from the rap world to enjoy. I will say this much though – I stumbled upon the new K.Flay record not too long ago, and walked away impressed. She’s been making music for 10 years now, starting during her time at Stanford University when she released her first mixtape. Things have only built up from there, and she even signed to RCA Records, which put out her last EP What If It Is last year. Yet as an indie hip hop artist she’s always preferred to do things her own way, which is why earlier this year she decided to forego a traditional label and crowdfund her debut album instead. Life As A Dog is the result, and it came out this past summer to solid reviews and charted decently as well. I think what I like most about the record is just how completely alien it feels to the hip hop genre. The beats and rhymes are there, but they don’t really sound like anything else out there right now. In many ways, she’s blurring the lines between hip hop and indie rock with her liberal use of a full band. K.Flay has proven herself to be a truly unique voice for the type of music she’s making, and there’s nothing wrong with that, no matter what the haters might try and say. Consider her like a cross between Purity Ring, Grimes and Lorde, but with a lot of rapping thrown in. Maybe it’s easiest if you just give her new album a listen, which is currently streaming on Soundcloud. Anyways, I’ve been talking about K.Flay here because she’s coming back for an all-ages hometown show in Chicago (where she was born and raised) next Monday, October 13th. She’s performing at Schubas with her band, and all indications are it should be a blast. She prefers to mix things up a bit and throw some curveballs into her live arrangements vs. how they sound on record, which will definitely keep things interesting and fun. It’s an early show starting at 7pm, and tickets are only $12. You can purchase them in advance here. Okay, how about we dive into today’s Pick Your Poison? There’s some great songs in this set from Arum Rae, Ghost Mutt, Jasia, Rigbi ft. Miranda Sloane (and covering Lorde), Showstar and the Movement remix of Haim’s “My Song 5.” In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream tracks from Antony & the Johnsons, Communions, Eternal Tapestry, and Jessie Ware, plus remixes of songs by Bear In Heaven, How to Dress Well and Woman’s Hour.

Arum Rae – Waving Wild

Emily Edrosa – Animal

Ghost Mutt – Oh Boy Oh Baby

Haim – My Song 5 (Movement Version)

Jasia – Safety

Locke – Only Buggin

Rigbi ft. Miranda Sloane – A World Alone (Lorde cover)

Route 94 – Shards of Glass

SEX BBQ – Empty Shells

Showstar – Happy Endings

Simon de Jano & Bottai – K.I.T.T.

Too Many T’s – Smoking Goodies (ft. Sparkz)

Xu Xu Fang – Friend to the Unknown
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02 Oct

Pick Your Poison: Thursday 10-2-14

It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another weekly dip into the pool of music news, interviews and videos that I like to call This Week In Music! Yes, in addition to the normal Pick Your Poison mp3s and Soundcloud streams, I like to toss out links to a bunch of other music-related content that I’ve found interesting or worthwhile over the course of the week. I encourage you to check some, if not all of these things out, particularly if you’re looking to waste some time. There’s plenty to see, read and hear:

Hear Fiona Apple’s song “Container,” which is featured in the opening credits of Showtime’s The Affair

Music Video: Flying Lotus – Never Catch Me (ft. Kendrick Lamar)

Watch the trailer for a documentary on Death From Above 1979

Watch a 22-minute preview of These New Puritans’ forthcoming film Expanded: Live at the Barbican

Roger Waters felt the need to remind fans he’s no longer a member of Pink Floyd

Music Video: The New Pornographers – Dancehall Domine

The forthcoming Super Deluxe edition of The Velvet Underground’s third self-titled album will come with a previously unreleased fourth album

Music Video: Arca – Thievery (NSFW)

Have a look behind the scenes in the making of Grimes’ video for “Go”

Music Video: Liars – I’m No Gold

Once you’re done with that set of distractions, let me offer up another set via some song downloads and streams. Don’t miss tracks from ET Anderson, Katie Rush (ft. Samantha Urbani), Leo Justi, Pet Sun and Red Cabin. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream cuts from The Bulls, Francisco the Man, Korallreven (ft. China), Objekt, of Montreal, PHOX (as remixed by Sylvan Esso) and Ultimate Painting.

Adam Tensta – World On Fire

Carlie de Boer – Tradition

ET Anderson – It Don’t Even

Katie Rush – Dangerous Luv (ft. Samantha Urbani)

Leo Justi – HVY BL NSS PRR

Matty Rico – Woo Cha

Maxim – Phase Me (ft. Cianna Blaze and D Dark)

ODESZA ft. Zyra – Say My Name (Mickey Valen Remix)

Pet Sun – Feelin’ Lazy

Raiders – We Got Away (This Time)

Red Cabin – Right This Way

Riva Ridge – Slide
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01 Oct

Pick Your Poison: Wednesday 10-1-14

Welcome to October, or “Rocktober” if you want to be tacky about it. My sincerest apologies, but it’s a packed week of shows and other general busy-ness so I don’t really have much time to write a proper intro to this edition of Pick Your Poison. Still, please enjoy tracks from Banana Beach, Hundred Visions, Mysteries, Ruby Fray, Warning Light and Zulu Wave. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream songs from Communions, Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr, Dirt Dress, Etnik (ft. Mykki Blanco), Eyedress (ft. GEoRGiA), Hundred Waters (as remixed by The Field) and James Vincent McMorrow.

Arsenal ft. Lydmor – Temul (Lie Low) [Faisal Remix]

Banana Beach – A/E

Chynna x Hudson Mohawke – MadeInChynna

Genius – Bacon (ft. Winston LC)

Hundred Visions – You’re Gonna Cut Me Loose

Mammoth Indigo – Winter

Mysteries – Authenticity Machine

Ritornell – As We Swim Against the Tide (Mieux Remix)

Ruby Fray – You Should Go

Triangle & Seed – Stay for Love

Warning Light – Grace Under Pressure

Zulu Wave – Jagorilla
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30 Sep

Pick Your Poison: Tuesday 9-30-14

We’ve hit another Tuesday, where I’m once again pleased to bring you a quick rundown of artists with brand new music coming out this week. The hope is to either inform you about what’s out there, but also to maybe even remind you if one of your favorite artists is putting out something new and you simply forgot about it. So without further ado, here’s your list for this week: Christopher Owens, Electric Youth, Gerard Way, The History of Apple Pie, Lucinda Williams, Prince, The Rural Alberta Advantage, Steve Aoki, Tove Lo, Trigger Hippy, Witch Mountain and Yelle. If you’re so inspired please pick some of these records up via your favorite digital or physical retailer! Now let’s get to today’s Pick Your Poison, where you can discover even more hot new music. Some key tracks you’ll want to give attention to today come from Bear Arms, Disaster Artist, Les Bonbons, and Stone Cold Fox. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream new songs from G, Jon Hopkins (ft. Raphaelle Standell from Braids/Blue Hawaii), Les Sins, Li Xi, Lucius (covering My Morning Jacket), Milan and more.

Bear Arms – Innate

Corners – Love Letters

Disaster Artist – Sushi

Dive Index – Pattern Pieces

Happy Dagger – Wicked Annabella (The Kinks cover)

Kypski – Wreck Fader (ft. D-Styles)

Les Bonbons – Nouveau Départ (ft. Finn Andrews)

The Marivaux – Come With Me

Sirma – Trigger (Blue Hawaii Remix)

Stone Cold Fox – Sold

Toph Allen – Limits

Wet – Don’t Wanna Be Your Girl (PURPLE Remix)
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29 Sep

Pick Your Poison: Monday 9-29-14

Happy Monday! Hope your weekend was grand. Today’s edition of Pick Your Poison has some great tracks from Bonfire John, Cariad Harmon, Eric Zayne, Lisa Mitchell, Little Cinema and Stereo Off. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream songs from Halsey, Jason Urick, Little Comets, Melanie De Biasio (as remixed by EELS) and Mitski.

Bonfire John – One Night

Cariad Harmon – Like You

E.A.S.Y. – Fly Away

Electric Caves – Oversocialized

Eric Zayne – Drugs and Kids

Gorgeous Bully – I Can’t Sleep Because I’m Afraid You’ll Leave

Haley Pharo – Sorry For Not Being Sorry (Dekoder Remix)

Kasey Keller Big Band – RIC

Lisa Mitchell – Wah Ha

Little Cinema – When You Think of Me

The Presets – No FUn (Nature World DJs Remix)

Stereo Off – Effectual
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25 Sep

Pick Your Poison: Thursday 9-25-14

It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another weekly dip into the pool of music news, interviews and videos that I like to call This Week In Music! Yes, in addition to the normal Pick Your Poison mp3s and Soundcloud streams, I like to toss out links to a bunch of other music-related content that I’ve found interesting or worthwhile over the course of the week. I encourage you to check some, if not all of these things out, particularly if you’re looking to waste some time. There’s plenty to see, read and hear:

Music Video: Volcano Choir – Tiderays

Help fund a documentary about the Elephant 6 Recording Co.

Watch Tyler, the Creator throw a birthday party on KTLA

Read an interview between Karen O and Julian Casablancas

A MusiCares tribute concert for Bob Dylan will include Beck, Neil Young, Jack White, The Black Keys and many more

Urban Outfitters is now the world’s biggest vinyl retailer

Stream Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’ Gone Girl soundtrack

Watch Ty Segall perform a medley of David Bowie covers live in Chicago (on David Bowie Day)

Here are details on Pink Floyd’s forthcoming album The Endless River

Watch Neon Indian’s Alan Palomo give a TED Talk on “The Myth of the Auteur”

Once you’re done with that set of distractions, let me offer up another set via some song downloads and streams. Don’t miss tracks from Alloise, DWNTWN (covering Vance Joy), His Name Is Alive, Jungle Doctors, Ladada and LA Font. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream cuts from Baths, Cherry Glazerr, Common, Hudson Mohawke, Loveskills (covering The Smashing Pumpkins), Raspberry Bulbs and TALA.

Alloise – Circus

DWNTWN – Riptide (Vance Joy cover)

Flesh – Vauxhall Casanova

His Name Is Alive – African Violet Casts A Spell

Jo Mango – Evermore (The Cormorant Remix)

Jungle Doctors – The Sea and The Rain

Jupiter Lion – Lost Cannibal

King Capisce – Never Spoken (Extended Edit)

Ladada – Give It Back

LA Font – Pretty in Love

Mosaics – Submit

Zak Smith – Raise the Moon
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24 Sep

Pick Your Poison: Wednesday 9-24-14

There’s so many great shows happening in Chicago over the course of the next week, I could wax poetic about one every single day if needed. I’m not going to do that, but would like to take a quick moment to try and provoke your interest in Slow Club’s forthcoming show at Schubas tomorrow (Thursday) night. The Sheffield duo’s latest album Complete Surrender came out this summer to strong reviews, and most importantly a small change in direction that feels particularly suited to their strengths. More specifically, over the course of three records they’ve evolved from this lighthearted folk band who could easily soundtrack a dozen quirky indie films, into something darker, more atmospheric and soulful. The lynchpin holding it all together has been (and remains) the superior vocal interplay between Rebecca Taylor and Charles Watson. They’ve both got incredible voices, Taylor in particular, and the soul influence on the new album really allows her to let loose in a way we’ve never heard her before. A song like “Suffering You, Suffering Me” is a great example of that, and shows where the band is at these days sonically. Check out the title track if you’d like to hear something a bit more playful and pop-influenced. Overall, Slow Club have built a strong early catalog for themselves, and every indication suggests their star is going to continue to rise. Best to see them now at an intimate venue like Schubas before people really start to catch on. Not only that, but Nick Mulvey is opening the show. His debut album First Mind is acoustic folk at its finest, so much so that it was just shortlisted for the Mercury Prize. That’s another reason to go, in case you needed one. Anyways, the show starts at 9PM, it’s 21+ and you can buy tickets for $15 by going here. Okay, let’s get to today’s Pick Your Poison. There’s some good tracks in this set from Andrew Judah, The Beggars, The Foreign Resort, n.Lannon and Todd Tobias. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream songs from Arp, Black Milk (ft. Bun B), Field Report, John Wesley Coleman III, Radical Dads, White Laces and more.

Andrew Judah – In the Sun

The Beggars – FRK (Make Up & Dancing Shoes)

Brian Lopez – Persephone

For you Katrina – Do It!

The Foreign Resort – Flushed

The March Divide – I Told You So

n.Lannon – Dreamer

Raury – God’s Whisper (Flossdradamus & Aryay Remix)

Suuns – 2020 (Abstraxion Remix)

Tina Shafer – Strange Life

Todd Tobias – Kur

Yellerkin – Solar Laws
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