After releasing their first major flop, Irish rockers U2 produced an amazing comeback album, a tight, concise album that smartly stripped away the band’s excesses. A lavish new box set captures the excitement of the era where a find band returns to form.
The Recoup Song Of The Day for Monday, August 31st is “Jed’s Other Poem (Beautiful Ground),” taken from the forthcoming Dangerbirf Records release, The Sophtware Slump…On A Wooden Piano.
Today we’re excited to share with you a beautiful, Pulitzer Prize winning composition from classical composer George Walker, the first African-American recipient of the prize.
Taken from the Skin Graft release, Salad Days: Remastered.
RIP Kevin Garcia.
In 2000, Whiskeytown frontman Ryan Adams’s creative and personal life was in turmoil. So what did he do? He wrote songs-fantastic songs-and launched his career with this superb debut album, reissued with generous helpings of Adams in his prime.
We have a little chat with Eric Matthews about his fantastic cover of this early Brian Wilson track.
Mwng was a creative rebellion against the failure of Welsh band Super Furry Animals’ attempt at commercial success. Then something funny happened….
Fifteen years after its release, French duo AIR’s superb score to Sofia Coppola’s debut film The Virgin Suicides sees a welcome reissue. It hasn’t aged a bit.
Love ’em or hate ’em, Coldplay once excelled at dark, introspective, moody ballads. Here’s a fine one that we adore.