Wolf Parade and Andy Shauf battled it out for #1 this week and, in the end, Wolf Parade kept control of the pole position for a second week. Formed in 2003, The Montreal trio went on hiatus in 2011 before returning in 2016. Their fifth LP, Thin Mind (out on Sub Pop), is their second since their return. Joining Andy Shauf as a challenger for #1 next week are Destroyer (4-3) and Bombay Bicycle Club (5-4). read more…
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“I’ve been doing a folk show on and off since 1971 when I was a college student. Folk music was a big part of college culture then (anti-war protests, etc.)”
“The album I’ve come back to the most is Weyes Blood’s Titanic Rising. It’s such an emotional and beautiful album that reels me in every time. I also really enjoyed 1000 gecs, like seriously I haven’t stopped listening to it since it came out.”
“Our biggest thrill to date is working the last five albums from Buddy Guy – two of which received Grammy awards. Just looked in our archives and I find it hard to believe we started working his releases in 2010 with “Living Proof.” We are very proud and honored to have had the privilege.”
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