Woods – “Between The Past” [Video]

Woods announce their new album, Perennial, out September 15th on Woodsist, and share the single, “Between The Past.” Formed in 2004, Woods have matured into a true independent institution, above and below the root, reliably emerging every few years with new music that grows towards the latest sky. Operating the Woodsist label since 2006 and … Read more

Woods: Strange To Explain [Album Review]

WoodsStrange To ExplainWoodsist Records [2020] Strange To Explain is Woods 11th full length album (not counting collaborations, split LPs, EPs, and singles), and the 99th release on their Woodsist label. That 15 year longevity is a great accomplishment for any indie band and over the years Woods has evolved their sound as they have moved … Read more

The Friday Fire Track: EZTV – “The Light”

Captured Tracks is still one of my favorite labels but as their roster has grown I think some of their early core sound has been somewhat overshadowed. Great albums from Beach Fossils, DIIV and Wild Nothing highlighted a break out period for the label and reissued to the world the classic indie-alternative meets new wave … Read more

Woods: With Light And With Love [Album Review]

Woods With Light And With Love Woodsist Records [2014] Fire Note Says: With Light and With Love is the 5th amazing album in a row from Woods! Album Review: 2012’s Bend Beyond was the fourth fantastic album in a row from Woods and one of my top ten albums for the year. When a band … Read more

Woods announce new album, With Light and With Love

Woods has just announced their new album With Light and With Love out April 15, 2014 on Woodsist Records. Distinct from both the stoned folk of their earliest recordings and the Kraut-y dalliances of more recent fare, With Light And With Love showcases a more sophisticated brand of contemporary drug music that owes more to … Read more

The Blazing Top 50 Albums of 2012: 20 to 11 [Day 4]

#20 Beach House Bloom Sub Pop Records [2012] Indie dream pop group Beach House once again created a record that stays in its lane of expectations but swells up and beyond any type of ceiling you may think exists. Bloom was the group’s fourth long player and it was another atmospheric pop journey. Bloom was … Read more