Sorry for the delay folks, we were busy with Easter bunnies while debating who could make it this month in the Liberation Jam for March 13! We leave behind a pretty nice month with many new releases (BRMC, The Strokes, Stereophonics) and several previews of some great albums to look forward to (Miles Kane, The 1975, Yeah Yeah Yeahs).
So, without further due, let’s dive into the Liberation Jam Monthly Playlist for March 2013!!
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- BRMC – Teenage Disease: March was our official BRMC’s month with our exclusive interview with BRMC’s Robert Levon Been and Leah Shapiro. We couldn’t miss including our favorite song from their last album in our Monthly Jam!
- Charlie Boyer and the Voyeurs – I Watch You: They share the label with Toy and Temple, Heavenly Records. Slightly retro-art-punk sounds at its best
- Miles Kane – Give Up: probably our favorite song of the month. Stop
- Suede – Barriers: their first album in almost 10 years it’s in our opinion the surprise of March 13. Nice Job
- Robert Levon Been- Dave Grohl- Peter Hayes – Heaven and All: = BRMC + Dave Grohl. The Sound City project makes your rocking dreams reality
- Parquet Courts – Stoned and Starving: it taste like youth and rock’n’roll at the same time, like it!
- PEACE – California Daze: UK’s big next thing? let’s give them a try
- Transfer – Still Bad Blood: (dy) rock’n’roll (we would add…)
- The Chase – You: we took 2 albums too long to discover them. Shame on us
- Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Sacrilege: welcome back New Yorkers. We missed you
- Paul McCartney- Dave Grohl- Krist Novoselic- Pat Smear – Cut Me Some Slack: Nirvana + The Beatles? Too good to be true? Too good. Period
- STRFKR – Say to You: we had them on Electric Thursday already, here’s another good one
- Frightened Rabbit – If You Were Me: Acoustic Wednesday from Scotland
- The 1975 – Chocolate – After the hit of “Sex” here they come again with this melodic tune from the 3rd EP “Music for Cars”.
- Razorlight – Rock’n’Roll Lies – Johnny Borrell has made official the band’s hiatus to write his solo album. It took him only 4 years?
- Stereophonics – Indian Summer: nobody can write a Stereophonics-sounding album like Stereophonics 🙂
- Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros – Bankrobber: any Clash’s fan should own “The Hellcat years” album that includes as well the recording of the only live reunion between Mick Jones and Joe Strummer. Goose Bumps
Not bad right? Enjoy without moderation. It’s rock’n’roll
Hey Hey, My My, March 13 rocked, April, you have big shoes to fill!