Discover New Music on the New Releases Show, Tue. Nov. 11 at 11 am and Wed., Nov. 12 at 7pm

Nov 10, 2014

We want to keep you up to date with new music coming through our studios, so every Tuesday morning at 11, Doug Jayne, from The Last Record Store and KRCB's Connections program, sits down with morning host Brian Griffith to go over the most interesting and notable of new releases.

Listen at 11 am on Tuesdays or catch the repeat broadcast on Wednesdays at 7 pm. This week, discover new music from... 

Sylvie

Sylvie Simmons: Sylvie. The haunting debut album by a singer/songwriter who has been making music since she was a little girl--but just for herself until now. The raw, delicate, and sensual songs about love and love gone wrong are performed on a ukulele, which here sounds like a broken harp or a heartbroken guitar. Late last year, in a gap between tours, Giant Sand's Howe Gelb lured Sylvie to the desert where they recorded live to tape in Wavelab Studio in Tucson, with Thoger Lund playing upright bass and Howe, who produced the album, backing her brilliantly on guitar, synthesizers, and piano.

Sylvie Simmons CD Release Party at The Last Record Store! Sylvie will be performing and signing books and CD's at this FREE event hosted by KRCB DJ and Last Record Store owner Doug Jayne.

  • WHEN: Saturday, November 15 at 4:20pm
  • WHERE: The Last Record Store, 1899 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa

You can also hear Sylvie on "Our Roots Are Showing" Saturday afternoon at 3 pm with Doug Jayne. 

Foo Fighters' Sonic Highways

 Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways. The eighth album from Dave Grohl and Co. Though not a soundtrack album by any stretch, SONIC HIGHWAYS shares its title with the Grohl-directed eight-episode HBO series described by Grohl as a love letter to the history of American music. For the album and series, the Foo Fighters wrote and recorded one song in each of these eight cities, delving into the local musical currents. All songs feature local legends sitting in, with every lyric written in an unprecedented experimental style. "This album is instantly recognizable as a Foo Fighters record, but there's something deeper and more musical to it. I think that these cities and these people influenced us to stretch out and explore new territory, without losing our sound." - Dave Grohl.

Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes

Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes: A unique musical project from Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens (Carolina Chocolate Drops) Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes), Jim James (My Morning Jacket), Marcus Mumford (Mumford & Sons) and producer T Bone Burnett. Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes celebrates the discovery of new Bob Dylan lyrics from that noted 1967 period and marks a unique creative opportunity for Burnett, Costello, Giddens, Goldsmith, James and Mumford, who are bringing them to life nearly 50 years later. For Burnett, whom Dylan has entrusted with this endeavor, it was imperative to provide an environment in which these artists could thrive. "Great music is best created when a community of artists gets together for the common good. There is a deep well of generosity and support in the room at all times, and that reflects the tremendous generosity shown by Bob in sharing these lyrics with us."

Pink Floyd: Endless River Edit | Remove

Pink Floyd: Endless River. the 15th and final studio album from the veteran British Rock band. David Gilmour and Nick Mason went back and completed previously unreleased material recorded with the late Rick Wright. Gilmour began work on this project by returning to some 20 hours of leftover material plus material recorded with Pink Floyd touring musicians Guy Pratt on bass, Jon Carin on keyboards and Gary Wallis on percussion. A portion of these original recordings became The Division Bell, while the rest remained in the vaults. The album was co-produced with Phil Manzanera, Youth and Andy Jackson.

Damien Rice: My Favourite Faded Fantasy Edit | Remove

Damien Rice: My Favourite Faded Fantasy. Damien Rice's first collection of material in eight years. produced by Rick Rubin and Rice himself. It is a selection of songs, which Rice says are "sung straight into the metaphorical mirror." Intimate, frank and revitalized by making music again, My Favourite Faded Fantasy is a record that accepts one's faults but also begins, perhaps, to appreciate one's ability to grow up. The recording process began in Los Angeles and finished up with a cast of friends and local musicians against the stunning backdrop of Reykjavik, Iceland.

Marianne Faithfull: Give My Love To London Edit | Remove

Marianne Faithfull: Give My Love To London. From the British singer and actress, Give My Love To London was produced by Rob Ellis and Dimitri Tikovoi and mixed by Flood. Her band includes Portishead's Adrian Utley (guitars), Ed Harcourt (keyboards), Rob Ellis (drums), Dimitri Tikovoi (bass) + string quartet, and special guests Warren Ellis and Jim Sclavunos (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds). Marianne has written most of the lyrics and the music was written by Nick Cave, Anna Calvi, Roger Waters, Pat Leonard, Tom McRae, Steve Earle.