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Ever since January we've been hearing one new song per month from the upcoming Woods album With Light And With Love, and each of them -- first "Leaves Like Grass," then "Moving To The Left," then the…   Read Story »
The pastoral New York psych-rockers Woods, who are so consistently great lately that they're starting to be underrated, have a new album called With Light And With Love coming soon, and we've already…   Read Story »
Last month "Leaves Like Glass" became our first sample of Woods' new album With Light And With Love. Now they've shared "Moving To The Left" which delivers on an early press release's promise of…   Read Story »
As a member of both Woods and the Babies, Kevin Morby has spent serious time in the lo-fi trenches. Morby released Harlem River, his debut solo album, late last year, and now he's made a video for…   Read Story »
The expansive New York folk-rock band Woods has quietly been building a seriously lovable discography over the past few years, getting slowly better with every album; their last one, 2012's Bend…   Read Story »
As a key member of both Woods and the Babies, Kevin Morby is a busy man, but he's still found the time to record a delicate and meditative new solo album called Harlem River, an LP that exists on the…   Read Story »
The New York campfire-psych band Woods came out with their album Bend Beyond more than a year ago, but that LP has lost no luster in the time since its release; if anything, it sounds better now than…   Read Story »
Looks like Kevin Morby is taking a short breather from his excellent bands, Woods and the Babies, to release a solo album titled Harlem River. Before that comes out, though, Morby has shared the…   Read Story »
Jobs were passed down generationally between strangers. One guy became an editor at a magazine, but used to be a music buyer at Mondo Kim's on St. Marks. My friend got the job and started a shoegaze…   Read Story »
The Woods/Vivian Girls side project the Babies released their sophomore album Our House On The Hill last year, and it's one of those albums that seems slight at first but sticks with you. The fast,…   Read Story »