February '14 Forecast

The Record of the Month for February was Angel Olsen's ''Burn Your Fire For No Witness’' on Jagjaguwar.

“If you can’t be psyched about your own thoughts,” she said in an interview a few years ago, “Then how are you supposed to have a meaningful interaction with anyone?” It’s a point she’s carried over into her music, honed in seclusion but now ready for more people to bear witness to its peculiar charms." - Pitchfork

Other artists that received heavy play on the Drift stereo over the month were Young Fathers, Broken Bells, Temples, Chetahs, Tinariwen, Halls, Quilt, New Bums, St Vincent, Beck, Wild Beasts and Neneh Cherry.

You can read the four weekly updates we sent out in February right here;
Week One | Week Two | Week Three | Week Four

You can read more about all the albums we've been talking about below. 

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Metronomy's Small World Tea-Towel

Pop's most unlikely trio (Joe Mount, a Tea Towel and Lee O'Connor) have again worked pure magic for another Drift exclusive. To celebrate the forthcoming Small World album, Joe Metronomy selected his 'Eight...

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Record of the Month: Silverbacks - Archive Material

Archive Material is the second studio LP from (mostly) Dublin-based art-rock quintet Silverbacks, and it's a bloody corker. Silverbacks are brothers Kilian O'Kelly (guitar), Daniel O'Kelly (vocals and another guitar), bassist and vocalist...

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