The Record of the Month for January was Damien Jurado's Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son on Secretly Canadian.
"Brothers and Sisters, though, is yet another leap into territory that Jurado only touched on previously. Jurado has always been a storyteller, and those stories usually happen in the context of a particular song as he zooms in on the details of his characters’ lives and relationships." - Pitchfork
Other artists that received heavy play on the Drift stereo over the month were Stephen Malkmus, David Crosby,East India Youth, Sharon Jones, Warpaint, Mogwai, Thee Silver Mt Zion, Hospitality, Actress, Pontiak and Bill Callahan.
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