The Bitter Greens

By The Bitter Greens, featuring Noah Capurso ’05 and Jeremy Oldfield ’05. Tripping Wrangler Records, 2011. The duos first album of “acoustic porch rock with a cello” with Capurso on cello and Oldfield on guitar and vocals.      … Continue reading »

The Way Out

By The Books (featuring Nick Zammuto ’99). Temporary Residence Ltd., 2010. The group’s fourth full-length album features tracks including “A Cold Freezin’ Night” and “Beautiful People.”… Continue reading »

26 Animals

By Artichoke with Timothy Sellers ’90. green records, 2009. The first kids record by the northeast Los Angeles indie pop band, 26 Animals is a collection of songs—an animal for each letter of the alphabet—with accompanying songbook containing lyrics, chords and watercolor illustrations by Sellers.    … Continue reading »

Neon Streets

By Caitlin  Canty ’04. Oxbow Records, 2010. The singer/songwriter’s second album features her vocals and Williams alumni band Darlingside’s cello, mandolin, guitars, drums and harmonies.      … Continue reading »

Everyday Balloons.

By A Weather (with Aaron Krenkel ’99 on guitar). Team Love Records, 2010. The indie-folk band’s sophomore album blends electric guitar-driven music and intricate vocals. Continue reading »

The New South

By Drew Bunting ’97, with accompaniment and arranged by Brian F. Slattery ’97. Self-produced, 2009. Twelve tracks explore apocalypse, sin, redemption and Bunting’s conflicted love affairs with Christianity and the American South.        … Continue reading »

Want You!

By Coco Cobra and the Killers (Liv Osthus ’96). Haunted House Music, 2009. Catchy pop-punk tunes, reminiscent of the Ramones and the Sonics, backed by garage rock band the Spider Babies. Continue reading »

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