Song of the Week: Norah Jones’ “Happy Pills”

Norah Jones started massaging our ears 10 years ago with Come Away With Me. Since then she’s gone in some cool directions with her music and hasn’t let the success of her first record box her in to a particular sound. Her new record …Little Broken Hearts drops May 1 and is streaming on NPRMORE

News Item: Gets Over You drops today!

For some, it’s been a long wait. For others, this is their first time hearing of us. For everyone, we hope the new album is a record you’ll enjoy for a long time. The vinyl version (180 gram) sounds fantastic. Vinyl junkies, heed the call! Today, The Right Now Gets Over You.  In a goodMORE

Song of the week: Allen Toussaint’s “Yes We Can Can”

I took a road trip with my fam last week and got to spend a few days in cities I love: Nashville, Memphis, and New Orleans. We were relying on Spotify for entertainment during the drive so I force fed the kids Stax/Volt, The Meters, and Allen Toussaint. Here’s one of my favorite Allen ToussaintMORE

Gets Over You is almost here! Roll call…

On April 10th, we unveil our second full-length album, Gets Over You. We recorded it in one inspired, exciting week with Sergio Rios of Orgone, in the August heat of Los Angeles. And now it’s just about time to let this cat out of the bag… But at the moment, it’s time for a littleMORE

SONG OF THE WEEK: CORINNE BAILEY RAE’S “CALL ME WHEN YOU GET THIS”

It’s a poorly kept secret that our brothers and sisters in the U.K. are master practitioners of soul, R&B and dance music. There’s a certain identifiable feeling that runs through the music of folks like Sade, The Brand New Heavies, Amy Winehouse, Rod Temperton (who wrote many of MJ’s hits), and Duffy and it reallyMORE

Gets Over You Listening Party & Benefit!

We don’t get as many opportunities as we’d like to help out folks in need with our music, but next Thursday we get to do exactly that. Ari Guha (a friend of Brendan’s from college) is faced with Stage IV colon cancer and medical bankruptcy. His insurance company decided to stop paying the bills afterMORE

Allen Stone Visits Chicago

“My kinda soul is just a little bit greasy”  ~Allen Stone I wish I could say that I’ve been following this guy for years, but truth is I just got acquainted with Allen’s stuff a few months ago.  Even in that short amount of time, I’m seeing a ton of exciting things happening for thisMORE