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On TV | Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile’s Tiny Desk Concert

On TV features a quick recap of what weve been listening to at Tomorrows Verse headquarters.Who: Courtney Barnett and Kurt VileWhat: An acoustic, duo performance for NPRs Tiny Desk Concert seriesYou Need To Know: While songwriters Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile at first seemed an unlikely team, both their studio album Lotta Sea Lice...

Friday Album Reviews | Four New Albums You Need To Know

As every Friday brings new music, Tomorrow's Verse brings you our top picks for the week. Here are our favorite records from December 8. Jim James Tribute To 2My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James returns with another set of cover songs, a conceptual part-two to his 2009 George Harrison Tribute To EP. This time around, he...

On TV | Jeff Tweedy’s NPR Set Featuring A New Song

Last weekend, Jeff Tweedy performed a career-spanning solo set in Washington, DC as part of NPR Musics 10th anniversary celebration.The songwriter opened with a new song titled Bombs Above before breaking into Uncle Tupelos Weve Been Had, a Mavis Staple track and three Wilco songs, including A.M.s Passenger Side.The new song...

On TV | Twin Peaks’ Audiotree Music Festival Set

On TV features a quick recap of what weve been listening to at Tomorrows Verse headquarters. Who: Twin PeaksWhat: A full, professional recording of their hour-long set at Audiotree Music Festival in Kalamazoo, Michigan in September of 2017.You Need To Know: Amongst the most exciting acts to come out of Chicago in the last decade,...

First Installment Of Terrapin Crossroads Documentary Series Released

Last Week, Phil Leshs California venue Terrapin Crossroads hosted Everyone Loves Terrapin, a series of Everyone Orchestra shows that featured a star-studded lineup including the Grateful Dead bassist himself. Now, filmmaker Todd Kushnir has released the first video of a mini-documentary series titled Everyone Loves Terrapin that captures the weekends performances.The band consisted of...

Late Night Roundup | Spoon, U2, Talib Kweli & More

Watch some of Tomorrows Verses favorite artists hit the promotional late-night television circuit. 1. U2 on Saturday Night LiveTo promote the recently released record Songs Of Experience, U2 performed on Saturday Night Live, choosing American Soul and Get Out Of Your Own Way, the two tracks from the album that featured Kendrick Lamar. Though Kendrick wasnt...

Whose Hat Is This? The All-Improvised TTB Offshoot Is At It Again

We were pretty excited when Whose Hat Is This? released their improvised album earlier this year, so why not crank up the hype again as they are about to play a string of dates in the U.S.some of Tedeschi Trucks Band's more far-out improvisations get you going, you'll dig what bassist&...

On TV | The Barr Brothers’ KEXP Session

On TV features a quick recap of what weve been listening to at Tomorrows Verse headquarters. Who: The Barr BrothersWhat: A 30-minute session for Seattles KEXPYou Need To Know: The Barr Brothers, consisting of a permanent lineup that features two members of The Slip and harpist Sarah Page, recently released the excellent Queens of the...

On TV | Full Show Video From Wilco in St. Paul

On TV features a quick recap of what weve been listening to at Tomorrows Verse headquarters.Who: WilcoWhat: Professional, full-show video from their show in St. Paul on November 16, 2017.You Need To Know: Wilco finished their current tour with a three-night run in St. Paul, Minnesota, with plans for a hiatus from touring for the...

Listen To Death Cab For Cutie’s First Show Ever

Death Cab For Cutie formed 20 years ago, and to celebrate their anniversary the band has shared a recording of their very first show.The acoustic set took place in a friends living room, with roughly 25 people in attendance, sitting on the ground or couches. It took place shortly after Ben Gibbard and Chris Walla finished...