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Welsh indie-pop band Los Campesinos! stopped by Studio A to share songs from their fifth full-length album, No Blues. I also got a chance to talk with frontman Gareth David about the making of the new record and the changes that the band has gone through over the years.
Singer-songwriter Laura Cantrell is based here in NYC, but her songs have always held as much Nashville as New York. After a Kitty Wells tribute record, she’s back with a collection of her own material called No Way There From Here. She recently stopped by Studio A to play us some of her new songs and talk about the new album.
Yuck has more than persevered following the departure of frontman Daniel Blumberg in early 2013. Guitarist Max Bloom, who wrote the bulk of the music on the band's 2011 self-titled debut, is now at the helm, and the London-based band released a bold and dreamy sophomore album, Glow & Behold, last fall.
From Split Enz to Crowded House to The Finn Brothers and his own solo work, New Zealand's Neil Finn is a master of pop song craft. His latest project is a solo album called Dizzy Heights, and ahead of its release, Neil stopped by Studio A to share some of the new songs and to talk with me about the record.