Fresh Tracks Friday | November 3, 2023
In addition to giving to your favorite non-profits today, give these fresh tracks a listen. This week's featured artists include Hunny, ZZ Ward, and Tre Burt among many others. It's all right here and fresh on KPCW!
9 a.m. - Saint Motel - Everyone's A Guru Now
Saint Motel is a quartet from Los Angeles, California. Their music has been described as everything from dream pop to progressive indie. See what you think when you listen to this latest track from them.
10 a.m. - Hunny - Sixteen Stitches
Hunny is a 4-piece band out of the North LA indie-rock scene from the mid-2010's. This fresh track is from their newly-released, 12-track album titled "New Planet Heaven."
11 a.m. - Elliott Brood - Rose City
Elliott Brood band says they've been “doing it the hard way for 20 years” travelling and building their fanbase. They are a Canadian three-piece band playing alternative Country, or what some have termed "frontier rock." Their band is named after an imaginary character who they say has guided them over mountains and meadows, and through the more harrowing sides of history.
1 p.m. - Vinyl Theatre - More Than Friends
This Milwaukee three-piece band makes '80s post-punk-inspired music that straddles the line between melodic rock, synth pop, and electronic dance music. They say their name was inspired by the fact that if you buy a record on vinyl, it's usually because it's a band you're truly dedicated to. And 'theatre' to represent the theatrics of music. This track was released as a single in recent months.
2 p.m. - ZZ Ward - OverdoZZe
ZZ Ward is known for her unique fusion of hip-hop, pop, R&B, neo-soul, and rock. Her recent album, "Dirty Shine," is her debut as an independent artist. ZZ Ward will be performing live at The State Room in Salt Lake on Monday, November 6th.
3 p.m. - Stephen Day - Kinda Cowgirl
Stephen Day is a 27-year old Georgia native, and current Nashville resident known as a modern crooner. This is his latest….
4 p.m. - HeavyDrunk - Love & Devotion
HeavyDrunk is a soul and brass band side project for musician (and BBQ smoker) Rob Robinson. The band's third album, "You Don't Know Me," came out this summer and we thought you'd enjoy this soulful listen.
5 p.m. - Conrad Moore - Save the Southland
Conrad Moore is a North Georgia native singer-songwriter who captures the soul of the working southern man. His songs have roots in folk storytelling which nod to the ups and downs of life, love, and the pursuit of happiness — all washed in hints of booze, half-truths, and motel rooms.
9 p.m. - Tre Burt - Traffic Fiction
This is the title track of Tre Burt's new album, "Traffic Fiction." The album is inspired by Tre's childhood rides in his grandfather’s 1975 Cadillac Seville listening to The Delfonics and Otis Redding, Marvin Gaye and The Temptations.