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The Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
The Black Rebel Motorcycle Club joined our hosts for an in-studio Buried Treasures performance. Listen to their live songs performed exclusively for Sound Opinions.Go to episode 16
After three months of "Call Me Maybe" and "Somebody That I Used to Know" playing non-stop on commercial radio, Jim and Greg figure Sound Opinions listeners are due for an aural cleansing. This week, they dip into the wealth of great new music beyond the FM dial and play you some Buried Treasures. These artists might not be household names, but they're definitely worth adding to your collection.Go to episode 355
This week, Jim and Greg have some Buried Treasures to unearth. This is one of their favorite shows, in which they dig deep for musical gems that you may not have heard, but certainly should. This time around the booty includes:
- Franz Ferdinand & Jane Birkin, Monsieur Gainsbourg Revisited
- Midlake, Bamnan & Slivercork
- Joan Jett, Sinner
- Parts & Labor, Stay Afraid
- tapes 'n tapes, The Loon
- Eleventh Dream Day, Zeroes and Ones
- Goldstars, Purple Girlfriend
- Calexico, Garden Ruin
- Rainer Maria, Catasrophe Keeps Us Together
- Tom Verlaine, Around
We also heard some Buried Treasure picks from callers. These listeners recommend you check out the following:
- Apostle of Hustle, Folkloric Feel
- Richard Hawley, Coles Corner
- Margot & the Nuclear So and So's, The Dust of Retreat
- The Living Things, Ahead of the Lions
- Guillemots, Trains to Brazil
The early winter months may be a sleepy time for major-label record releases, but tons of great music is still hovering under the radar. Jim and Greg dig up some of their favorite "Buried Treasures" during this week's show. The latest installment of undiscovered gems include:
- The Album Leaf, Into the Blue Again
- The Paybacks, Love, Not Reason
- The Gossip, Standing in the Way of Control
- The Polyphonic Spree, Wait
- The Memory Band, Apron Strings
- Wild Carnations, Superbus
- Tokyo Police Club, A Lesson in Time
- Benjy Ferree, Leavin the Nest
- Imogen Heap, Speak for Yourself
- Emily Haines, Knives Don't Have Your Back
- Espers, Espers II
Next Jim and Greg dig up some recent Buried Treasures. Here are some albums you may not have heard, but should.Go to episode 87
Sound Opinions is in Austin for SXSW this week, but we wanted to leave you with some new music to check out. Here are some Buried Treasures (songs/bands you may not know, but should) that Jim and Greg discuss on this week's show:
- The Dials, "Tick Tock"
- Lefties Soul Connection, "Organ Donor"
- Dialated Peoples, "Alarm Clock Music"
- The Subways, "City Pavement"
- Animal Collective, "Did You See the Words?"
- Lying in States, "Tell Me"
- Stereolab, "Interlock"
- Lady Sovereign, "Random"
"Rock and roll pirates" Jim and Greg dig up another trove of Buried Treasures this week. Here are the artists they think should be on your radar:Go to episode 130
While the Kid Rocks of the world may dominate the airwaves, there are a ton of great underground musical gems worthy of your attention. Here are Jim and Greg's current Buried Treasures.Go to episode 147
In music, like other things, sometimes it's easy for the little guy to get overlooked. So every once in a while Jim and Greg dig into their chest of musical treasures to unearth some records that deserve more attention. These Buried Treasures aren't household names, but are worth adding to your collection.Go to episode 299
Every few months Jim and Greg like to shed the spotlight on some underappreciated bands and albums. This is music that doesn't get a lot of press or mainstream acclaim, but deserves your attention. Enjoy this most recent batch of Buried Treasures:Go to episode 232
It's time for Jim and Greg to dig up another trove of Buried Treasures. These are lesser-known bands and albums that deserve your attention.Go to episode 246
This week, Jim and Greg bypass the festival headliners to bring you great music from the unknown artists on the side stage. It's our summer installment of Buried Treasures. These artists may not be household names, but their music demands attention. Here are Jim and Greg's hidden gems:Go to episode 400
Just think of it as Sound Opinions' antidote to the Grammys: Buried Treasures. During this installment, Jim and Greg dig deep to bring you some hidden musical gems they think deserve wider notice.Go to episode 378