Forming in 2006, Julia and Angus Stone are a brother-sister duo from Australia. The two write separately and then go on to collaborate for creating harmonies and structure. Angus is noted to have more of a Paul Simon or Damien Rice sounding voice where as Julia has a soft, lullaby-esque sound to her that’s utterly more »
Check out our Track of the Week “Son of an American” by Brooklyn band The So So Glos!
KRUIer Caitlin Medina picks “Bells” by The Naked and Famous for this week’s Track of the Week!
KRUIer Taylor Yocom chooses “Who” by David Byrne and St. Vincent for our Track of the Week. This funky song is a collaboration between two of KRUI’s favorite artists!
KRUIer Austin Smoldt brings you our very latest Track of the Week: “State of the Art (A.E.I.O.U.)” by Jim James!
The Lumineers are “an amalgam of heart-swelling stomp-and-clap acoustic rock, classic pop, and front-porch folk” who got their start when front-man Wesley Schultz teamed up with drummer Jeremiah Fraites, the younger brother of his late best friend, Josh Fraites. The two began making songs and playing gigs around New York and later relocated to Denver, more »
You know that sweet, innocent little girl who played Cindy Lou Who in the 2000 film How the Grinch Stole Christmas? As it turns out, she (Taylor Momsen) is now the lead singer of an alternative rock band: The Pretty Reckless. The Pretty Reckless released their debut album, Light Me Up, on August 30, 2010. more »
KRUI writer Annie Petersen ushers in the holiday season with this Track of the Week from Sufjan Stevens! Read up!
KRUI’s Taylor Yocom brings you this week’s Track of the Week from The Dirty Projectors, a favorite of KRUI’s DJs!
You may have not heard of the Minnesota based, indie pop band The Role Call yet, but it’s only a matter of time before they’re on your radar. As I waited in the cold outside The Rave in Milwaukee last weekend for a concert, I met the band and listened to a sample of their music. I instantly gravitated toward their more »