Records In My Life - Titus Andronicus
Kurt Vile on Records in my Life
Nashville’s only sons, Natural Child, are back with a brand spankin’ new long player called Dancin’ With Wolves (out Feb. 25, 2014 on Burger Records). They premiered the first track, “Saturday Night Blues,” from Dancin’ With Wolves earlier today. Continue reading
New York-based Imaginary People today release their video for “Gold Coast”. Available now on their self-titled debut, the five-song EP explores veteran songwriter Dylan Von Wagner’s fresh blend of upbeat dance tempos with a splash of Americana. Von Wagner explains, Continue reading
Harry and Dom of Peace share their top five albums that they believe should be in everyones collection. Some of their choices include Velvet Underground And Nico – Velvet Underground And Nico. The Libertines – Up The Bracket, and The Who – Meaty Beaty Big And Bouncy. Continue reading
Paul Banks shares his five favourite albums with Northern Transmissions His latest album “Banks” is now out on Matador Records. Some of his selections incluse “The Cult Of Ray” from Franks Black, “Illmatic by “Nas’ “Matthew” by “Kool Keith” and “Tragic Epilogue” by ‘Anti Pop Consortium’. Continue reading
We were overwhelmingly in agreement as to the total sound of the record-but still- the reason you work with others is to generate ideas and to make something you couldn’t alone. Why else would you put up with the incessant verbal battery? Continue reading
It’s great! They let me live here so I can focus on Gap Dream. It helps a lot and I’m thankful for them. Gabe from ‘Gap Dream’ on living at the world famous Burger Records headquarters in Fullerton, California. Continue reading
Join The Dots is a fitting moniker for Toy’s sophomore release which has dropped just over a year after their eponymous debut LP. The record’s a wash of noisy psyche rock with touches of ambient undertones that invoke the eclectic mix of The Horrors, Continue reading
Keeping up with his prolific reputation, Blazing Gentlemen is the 16th Robert Pollard Pollard associated release of 2013, including both full-lengths and multiple singles. In a press release for the album, Pollard noted that he has “finally figured out how to write a song after 55 years” Continue reading
Northern Transmissions is a music website started by music lover Charles Brownstein. The main goal of Northern Transmissions is to share and introduce new indie music artists to music lovers of indie music around the world. Northern Transmissions is a website for music lovers, created by music lovers.
The writers at Northern Transmissions cover bands from all over North America and Europe because they live there. They are true lovers of independent music. Rock, Electronica, Punk, Dub, Chillwave, Krautrock, Experimental Dance Music, and of course, Hip Hop are just a few of the genres from the independent world of music that Northern Transmissions focuses on.
Northern Transmissions is a daily publication which features interviews, reviews, and news on some of today's most influential artists and bands from the world of indie rock. Northern Transmissions' video series “Records In My Life” has featured Kurt Vile, Metz, and Titus Andronicus. Another feature on Northern Transmissions is “Our Song Of The Day” which selects and plays a song daily from an independent band or artist that has had limited exposure to the music world. This has proven to be a popular part of Northern Transmissions with indie record companies and bands.
Today, there is no shortage of great independent music coming from around the world. Northern Transmissions is constantly trying to discover what's new and exciting by listening to new music or being sent submissions from bands and record labels from Europe and all over North America. For the staff at Northern Transmissions, our greatest joy is discovering something fresh and independent musically and being able to share it with our readers.
Northern Transmissions will always stay true to it's ultimate goal of providing music lovers with a daily source to discover new bands, bands that we ourselves would listen to and love as well. Northern Transmissions also provides editorial album reviews from music that will be part of our collections and up-to-the-minute news from the indie rock world including new tour and album release dates, music festival lineups, video premieres and the streaming of new songs, along with many other item concerning the world of indie music.
Some of the independent bands and artists that have been interviewed on Northern Transmissions include Yo La Tengo, Destroyer, Rodriguez, Palma Violets, Father John Misty, Washed Out, The Drums, and Iceage.