New Music Friday: Smashing Pumpkins, Bob Moses, Barns Courtney and more!

Ear candy coming your way!

September 14, 2018
Smashing Pumpkins member Billy Corgan performs at the Broward Center

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At least once a week Manley and I have a mini music meeting in our office. We blast the new, new and we're either jamming out or yelling "Next!" Hey, being a music nerd can be brutal, but someone has to do it. We rounded up some jams that we think you should be listening to right now, check them out!

Manley says:

Smashing Pumpkins- Silvery Sometimes (Ghosts) - To be honest, I haven’t cared about the Smashing Pumpkins in a really long time BUT this song is actually V good!  


 

Basement- Disconnect - Remember guitars? Yeah me too. This song is right in my sweet spot and maybe it will hit yours too. 

Eminem- Killshot- Eminem is back and we are better off for it. Other, less famous white rapper, MGK went at Em in a dis track called Rap Devil. BIG MISTAKE.  This is Em’s response and it is straight fire. Best line of the song “how you gonna name yourself after a damn gun/and have a man bun?”  LOLOLOL game over! Eminem forever.



Alyssa says:

Barns Courtney - "99" - I love everything Barns puts out into the music world. His voice is unique and he's honestly one of my faovrite quirky peeps! This song is super catchy and the video is just awe.. well, you should just watch for yourself  :D



The Wombats - Bee-Sting - I've been a fan of The Wombats since Let's Dance to Joy Division and I feel like they keep getting better with every album they release! They'll be putting out an extended version of their newest album, Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life in November that will feature 3 new songs, one being:



Bob Moses - Battle Lines - Shout out to Bob Moses for dropping their new album today! We were lucky enough to hear some of it live at Summer Camp last month, but if you missed out, dive into the album now starting with Heaven Only Knows:

According to a recent interview, Tom and Jimmy of Bob Moses said.. "This record is about the battles and struggles we all live through,"  "Battles within ourselves, battles with and within our society, battles between each other, with our loved ones, battles between ideologies. It's also about struggling to identify where those battles lines start and end, and what within us and within our environments cause these struggles, and ultimately cause our suffering. It's also about the struggle to reconcile with those things, somehow."

Don't miss their show at Neptune Theatre on Sept. 26th, they're crazy good live!

 

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