Crosley Radio
Jason Lee Menard
Jason Lee Menard

MY BLOODY VALENTINE AND 17 OTHER 2018 VINYL REISSUES

February 14, 2018 | Music

Because everything old is new again. The vinyl industry has recently experienced an uptick in sales – but its not older generations who grew up with vinyl that are buying them. This growth is actually being driven by millennials. This is no surprise, honestly. It’s rare these days, when most entertainment, including music, is streamed online, to have something physical, to hold a sizable record in your hands, slide it from the case, admire the album artwork. Place the record in the player, draw …

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Crosley Radio
Jason Lee Menard
Jason Lee Menard

If Valentine’s Day Cards Aren’t Your Thing, Maybe Vinyl Will Be

February 08, 2018 | Music

This V-Day, Hallmark is taking love — and music — to the next level. For the first time ever, the famous greeting card company is letting you send Bruno Mars and more to your beloved. Hallmark’s been the cultural face of America’s holiday cards for as long as we can remember. Google some vintage card images for a while — pretty soon, you’ll be swimming in that dreamy nostalgia of yesteryear’s well wishes. At the same time, letters and a cute picture on a folded slip of paper just aren’t enough s…

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Crosley Radio
Jason Lee Menard
Jason Lee Menard

Crosley Presents: Sc Mira

November 27, 2017 | Music

Sc Mira are everything you never knew you wanted in a band. They are five painfully unique, flawed individuals, that despite their differences, have created something that is difficult to define. For Sc Mira, there is no “file beside,” no “for fans of.” They are pioneers in an age of sameness, when everyone is claiming to be different – and don’t worry, the irony of doing just that isn’t lost upon them. Watch all three parts of our exclusive Keep Crawling [[Quarantined]] video series below! For…

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Crosley Radio
Lilly Higgs
Lilly Higgs

Music Monday - Jayhawks - Paging Mr. Proust

August 01, 2016 | Music

The Jayhawks are no spring chickens. Founded in 1985 in the twin cities, the band has cycled through members through its over thirty years of life, toured the country, changed labels and even gone on soul-searching hiatuses. But this April, the Jayhawks returned with their ninth studio album, Paging Mr. Proust by Thirty Tigers Records. For the uninitiated, the Jayhawks tend to be labeled as “alt country” or sometimes just indie. Other than held guitar twangs and fiddle interludes, I wouldn’t qui…

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Crosley Radio
Lilly Higgs
Lilly Higgs

Music Monday - Dirty Heads - Self-titled

June 28, 2016 | Music

Considering this is Dirty Heads’ fourth album, self-titling this record does sort of seem like a promise, or at the very least, a return. Two years ago Dirty Heads released Sound of Change, which was arguably a departure from their well-established vibe. What’s their vibe? Well, for the uninitiated, Dirty Heads formed in 2003 and now tours with Sublime, Rome, and Tribal Seeds among others. So, taking that into account, it’s a fresh cup of SoCal in the morning! "With this album you can expect the…

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