We’re back from SXSW with many a tale to tell. We also found Phil and begged him to return to the show. And he did! Listen as we cruise through this week’s news including promises made by Jack White, newly announced albums from Hot Chip and Neil Young, and the lineup at Montreal’s Osheaga Festival. New albums from The Shins, Future Unlimited, THEESatisfaction, Daniel Rossen, Lost In The Trees, and Willis Earl Beal also get a mention.
MP3: BPMcast Episode #15
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