Christopher Anthony

Kishi Bashi – “Can’t Let Go, Juno” [Video]

Released in September of last year, Kishi Bashi took some chances and expanded their sound three albums in with Sonderlust. Kishi Bashi now has a video for the excellent single “Can’t Let Go, Juno.” You can also soon catch Kishi Bashi on tour – dates are below!

Kishi Bashi on Tour:
3/9: Savannah Stopover Festival
3/25: Treefort Music Fest
3/26: Treefort Music Fest
4/6: Birmingham, AL
4/7: Nashville, TN – Basement East
4/8: Indianapolis, IN – Deluxe
4/9: Iowa City, IA – Mission Creek Fest
4/10: Madison, WI – High Noon
4/11: Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall
4/12: Grand Rapids, MI – Calvin College
4/13: Columbus, OH – A&R Music Bar
4/14: Cincinnati, OH – 20th Century Theater
4/16: Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theater
4/18: Northampton, MA – Pearl Street
4/19: Portland, ME – Port City Music Hall
4/20: Burlington, VT – Signal Kitchen
4/21: Hamden, CT – The Ballroom
4/22: Providence, RI – Columbus Theatre
4/23: Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
4/25: Norfolk, VA – The NorVa
4/26: Charlottesville, VA – Jefferson Theater
4/27: Asheville, NC – Grey Eagle

Leeroy Stagger – “I Want It All” [Video]

We have been following Canadian singer/songwriter Leeroy Stagger for some time, both as a solo artist and as part of the excellent collaboration of Easton Stagger Phillips. Stagger’s new solo album, Love Versus, is out April 7 via True North Records and it represents the first recording made at his home studio in Alberta.

Stagger had Pete Thomas from The Attractions play on the album and Colin Stewart (The New Pornographers, Black Mountain, Dan Mangan), produce it. This album may be his best yet! Check out his great new video for “I Want It All.”

Ryan Adams – Do You Still Love Me? [Video]

Directed and produced by Noah Abrams, and edited by Brook Linder, “Do You Still Love Me?” gives viewers intimate behind-the-scenes glimpses into the creation and recording of the new song from Ryan Adams. The video features live footage from Ryan’s 2016 tour—including airy shots of Red Rocks Amphitheatre—punctuated by fly-on-the-wall scenes of Ryan in the studio.

Prisoner is out February 17th on Pax-Am/Blue Note.

Fred Thomas – Voiceover [Video]

Following the release of his critically-lauded 2015 album All Are Saved, songwriter/producer Fred Thomas entered a period of enormous transition. He quit his job, got married and moved to Canada, all between multiple tours that ran the spectrum from sold out opening slots to sleeping in the car after empty gigs.

At the end of yet another tour he returned to Athens, Georgia, to again work with producer Drew Vandenberg (of Montreal, Mothers) on an album aiming to encapsulate the nonstop changes that had sprung out of this phase of his life.

Naturally, this record is named Changer and is out now on Polyviyl Records.