“Still Life” by Spirit Club

This week we’re featuring Spirit Club, the new project from Wavves founding member, Nathan Williams. The band recently released the video for their track, Still Life, directed by Jacob Turnbloom. Turnbloom’s clip pulls together bits of great 90s staples like Saved by the Bell, Nightmare on Elm Street and of course cartoon-royalty The Simpsons with some other trippy footage mixed in. Be sure to keep an eye out for more from the band as their new album comes out this Spring!

“Unmistakable” by In Tall Buildings

Next month, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer Erik Hall releases his sophomore album, Driver, as In Tall Buildings. His new single, Unmistakable is a warm and funky, indie-pop gem that perfectly showcases Hall’s playing and recording approach. Not to mention, the song’s immaculate layering and attention to detail is heard throughout the album. Check out Driver when it drops February 17th via Western Vinyl!

“Primrose Green” by Ryley Walker

This week we’re featuring Chicago singer-songwriter, Ryley Walker, whose new album, Primrose Green, comes out March 31st through Dead Oceans. With nods to influential artists like Bert Jansch, Tim Buckley, and perhaps Nick Drake, Walker didn’t have much time to write his record with pieces of lyrics being improvised into entire songs during the recording process. The first single and title track is pretty great if you’re looking for something brand new that is a complete blast from the past. Check it out here!

“Youwouldn’tlikemewhenI’mangry” by Thom Yorke

Right after Christmas, music fans received a special belated gift from none other than Radiohead’s Thom Yorke via his Bandcamp page. One of the few artists we tend to feature that needs no introduction — unless you’ve never turned on a radio, TV, or computer in your life — Yorke continues to make haunting music that keeps his fans wanting more. Check out Youwouldn’tlikemewhenI’mangry!

“Through the Dark” by The Mowgli’s

We’re finishing off the year in a big way with new music from Jetty band, The Mowgli’s. Check out their rad new single Through The Dark from their upcoming record out sometime next year. Happy Near Year and see you all in 2015!

“Wonderful Christmastime” by The Shins

Christmas is here (well almost) and what better way to celebrate than with a newer take on a song we all know so well! Here’s The Shins covering Paul McCartney’s Wonderful Christmastime. Happy Holidays from all of us at Jetty!

‘Me, Liquor & God” by Night Beds

This week we’re featuring new music from Night Beds, the project of Nashville-based artist, Winston Yellen. For fans who know his trademark style from the record Country Sleep, it’s still very much intact, though less folky. With his new single, Me, Liquor & God, Yellen gives us a more adventurous listening experience with an obvious electronic nod. A perfect intro to his next record, it’s three and half minutes well spent. Check it out!