New Mix: Smith Westerns, Gang Of Four And More

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Smith Westerns, more
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The band Smith Westerns, a longtime favorite of All Songs Considered, is set to release a new album called Dye It Blonde. It's not out until January, but we've got a sneak preview on this week's show. Also on the program, we talk about the massive renaissance of garage rock and listen to some of the new bands making beautifully sloppy guitar noise, including Burnt Ones and Demon's Claws. We also preview new music from the veteran group Gang Of Four, and close the program with some intergalactic fruitcake from Fred Schneider's band The Superions.

New Mix: Smith Westerns Preview, Christmas In November, And More

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Smith Westerns

  • Album: Dye It Blonde
  • Song: Weekend

For more information on this album, visit the artist's website.

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Burnt Ones

  • Album: Black Teeth & Golden Tongues
  • Song: Bury Me In Smoke

For more information on this album, visit the artist's website.

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Demon's Claws

  • Album: Defrosting Of
  • Song: Fed From Her Hand

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Song
Fed From Her Hand
Album
Defrosting Of
Artist
Demon's Claws
Label
In The Red Records
Released
2010

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Gang of Four

  • Album: Content
  • Song: You'll Never Pay For The Farm

For more information on this album, visit the artist's website.

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Candy Claws

  • Album: Hidden Lands
  • Song: In The Deep Time

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Song
In The Deep Time
Album
Hidden Lands
Artist
Candy Claws
Label
Twosyllable Records
Released
2010

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The Superions

  • Album: Destination... Christmas!
  • Song: Fruitcake

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Song
Fruitcake
Album
Destination... Christmas!
Artist
The Superions
Label
Fanatic Records
Released
2010

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