Listen to The Darcys’ “Coming Up For Air”

 photo DarcysComing_zpssyllkqjx.png

Toronto band, The Darcys will release their new album ‘Centerfold‘ on November 11th through Arts & Crafts records, and this new single, ‘Centerfold,’ is sure to get you moving.

In addition, these guys have a love for covering and remixing their fellow Canadians. I’m still looking for their cover of Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home,” if anyone has it and wants to email it to me. This week, they’ve remixed Tegan and Sara’s ‘Love You To Death‘ hit “Boyfriend.”

Listen to A. K. Paul’s remix of James Vincent Mcmorrow’s “Rising Water”

 photo JVMcM_zpsoj7nbeb1.png

James Vincent McMorrow worked with some heavy-hitters, in the production department, on his new LP ‘We Move,’ but I was excited to read that he also reached out to A.K. Paul (of the Paul Institute) for some help as well. McMarrow was a huge fan of “Landcruisin’, so he requested that A.K. take a stab at remixing “Rising Water,” the lead single from McMorrow’s new LP.

McMarrow was thrilled with the result, “He nailed it, it’s gone from being this propulsive new wave energy to a much more laid back rhythm, the vocal lands totally different, it’s beautifully done.”

Today’s MOKB on SIRIUS XMU Blog Radio Playlist : 9/27/16

Here’s the playlist from today’s My Old Kentucky Blog Radio on SIRIUS XMU, Channel 35! Also, available anytime via OnDemand online and via the app.

Heavy Disco Soundsystem – Kids (Stranger Things Club Mix)
Weezer – In The Garage
Drugdealer – Easy To Forget (ft. Ariel Pink)
Brett – Dans Un Autre Reve
Cass McCombs – Laughter Is The Best Medicine
Muuy Biien – Bitter Blessings
Static Animal – Country Room
Kero Kero Bonito – Trampoline
Vesuvio Solo – Mirror Held To The Flower
Jessy Lanza – Giddy
Skinny Girl Diet – OKAY
Pixx – Grip
Preoccupations – Stimulation
Goldlink ft. April George – Rough Soul
Black Marble – Frisk
Beach Slang – Punks In A Disco Bar
Few Bits – Big Sparks
Part Time – She Wonders What It’s Like
Alex Izenberg – To Move On
NOIA – Love Hack
Phil Lynott – One Wish
Princess Chelsea – Morning Sun (Marianne Faithful cover)
Angel Olsen – Those Were The Days
Dylan LeBlanc – Cautionary Tale
Weezer – Mykel and Carli
Arbes – Sun On My Back
Soft Hair – Lying Has To Stop
Wildhart – Fantasy

Kero Kero Bonito Bounce in New Track “Trampoline”

 photo kerokerobonito_zpshqudfxem.jpg

Not sure what the weather is like where you are, but it is gray and rainy where we are, but this new Kero Kero Bonito track is bringing some much needed color to our Monday. “Trampoline” is the latest track from the London trio off their new LP, Bonito Generation, out on October 21st via Double Denim.

Wingtip and Sophie Strauss Team Up for New Song “Rewind”

 photo wingtip_zpshxvkfdu5.png

Brooklyn-based disco-dance-soul-pop producer Wingtip (Nick Perloff-Giles) creates some fun, carefree jams, and he’s teamed up with Sophie Strauss for a bright, new, upbeat track to take us out of summer.

Tour Dates:
10/28 – Cleveland, OH – Agora Theatre and Ballroom
11/3 – Montreal, QC – NewSpeak *
11/4 Toronto, ON – The Hoxton *
11/5 Detroit, MI – Magic Stick *
11/10 Brooklyn, NY – Output *
11/17 Orlando, FL – Venue 578 *
11/18 Miami, FL – Bardot *
11/19 Boston, MA – Ascend *
* with giraffage

Dirty Projectors Return with Video for New Song “Keep Your Name”

 photo dirtyprojectors_zpsfq0acymq.jpg

After teasing something new for the last few days, Dirty Projectors have returned from a four-year hiatus with new track “Keep Your Name.” The song and visual have a very nuanced beauty busting with retrained epic emotionalism that could be placed nicely next to James Blake, Bon Iver, Anohni, etc. We can only hope the rest of the yet-to-be-named album is on the same level. You can purchase the track via iTunes now..

Photo Recap: Ryley Walker, Promised Land Sound, and Kevin Krauter @ The Bishop

When Ryley Walker played the Bishop a year ago, his open-air blend of rippling guitar folk drew a pretty decent crowd of newcomers to the Bloomington bar. Now that the excellent Primrose Green has had time to seep into public consciousness, Walker’s latest Bishop show felt like a packed party of old friends reminiscing on what they did last summer. His latest release, Golden Sings That Have Been Sung, is even looser and spacier than his previous album, allowing Walker and his band the opportunity to explore mood and composition in a live set with little restrictions.

In support that night was Promised Land Sound, a Tennessee four piece playing ferocious Southern rock, as well as Kevin Krauter, best known as part of Bloomington’s own purveyors of chill, Hoops.


Ryley Walker


Promised Land Sound



Kevin Krauter


Photos and words by Doug Fellegy (via Flickr)