Today’s music totally agrees with you.
:Thee Oh Sees – What You Need: Only Thee Oh Sees can put out nine albums a year and then still need a separate release for their various one-off tracks, split contributions, and more. The band will release Singles Collection: Volume 3 on November 26 via Castle Face. Catch them at Fun Fun Fun Fest this weekend.
:Radical Dads – Creature Out: My favorite thing about Radical Dads is that they seem incapable of making something that’s not filled with enthusiasm. I find it infectious. Be sure to grab the band’s new 7″ single when it gets released on November 5 via EAU Records. In case you missed it, they also put out a full length, Rapid Reality, earlier this year.
:Those Howlings – Paid For You: Here’s a catchy little number from Those Howlings, who are an Austin act that I’ve been meaning to show some love for a while now. It’s an endearing piece of retro pop. You can get the band’s new 7″ single now over at their Bandcamp page.
:Dum Dum Girls – Lost Boys And Girls Club: I know the Dum Dum Girls are already pretty well known, but I think this track’s particularly polished alt-rock sound will probably attract a slew of new listeners. Good for them. The band will put out Too True on January 28 via Sub Pop.
:Mogwai – Remurdered: First of all, Remurdered is probably the best song title this year. Secondly, this atmospheric beast of a single means we all get to start 2014 with a new Mogwai full length, and that’s fantastic. Rave Tapes is due out January 21 via Sub Pop.