New Music with Brian Brinkman

Back again and this time, as promised, I’m rounding up a stack of new releases with my good friend Brian Brinkman. We each pick a few and discuss at length followed by a lightning round of picks we couldn’t leave out. Later, we swing around to talk Grateful Dead and we’ve put together a potent mix that’s sure to thrill.

You may know Brian from The Helping Friendly Podcast which I’m pleased to co-host or from his old show, Beyond The Pond. He’s got a new show too, called The Live Show. All of these can be found on Osiris. The Brokedown Podcast is also part of Osiris Media. Osiris is creating a community that connects people like you with podcasts and live experiences about artists and topics you love. Check out to stay in the loop.

We list an awful lot of music in this episode so here are the names and links you need:

MJ Lenderman – Boat Songs

Matthew J. Rolin – Sea Of Stars –

Kikagaku Moyo – Kumoyo Island

Lloyd Thayer – Twenty20

Jenny Hval – Classic Objects

Seawind Of Battery – Clockwatching

Oren Ambarchi, Johan Berthling & Andreas Weriin – Ghosted, Carmen Villain – Only Love From Now On, James Newton – Flute Music, Erin Rae – Lighten Up, The Dead Tongues – Dust, The Modern Folk – Modern Folk One, Zachary Cale – Skywriting, Wowza In Kalamazoo – Why You Don’t Come Around, City of Light – A Voice In The Wilderness

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