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‘Things Don’t Change That Fast’ is taken from the first single from Cian Nugent‘s third album “Night Fiction,” out  on Jan 2016 via Woodsist. The album was recorded over a week beginning on Valentine’s Day 2014 at the Bow Lane Studios in Dublin with Daniel Fox (Girl Band) and mixed by Brendan Jenkinson. The album’s seven songs include solo ventures as well as full-band recordings feat. David Lacey on drums, Conor Lumsden on bass, Brendan Jenkinson on organ and piano and Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh on viola.


Cian Nugent is a guitar player and composer from Dublin, Ireland who combines personal passions, such as suburban/coastal blues, traditional musics, late 1960s & ’70s singer-songwriters, jazz ambitions, 20th century composition and the Takoma school into a deeply personal style. His music boasts an orchestrated and fully instrumented sound that is playful and eerie at the same time.”



Cian Nugent and The Cosmos – The Houses Of Parliament


Cate Le Bon – Are You With Me Now?
Directed by Casey and Ewan
Taken from Wales native singer-songwriter (now based in Los Angeles) Cate Le Bon‘s new album ‘Mug Museum’ out now via Turnstile/The Elite Meat Supply.  iTunes, HERE.











taken from the solo debut full-length of songwriter Kevin Morby, “Harlem River,” produced by Rob Barbato of Darker My Love.  Kevin is known for his work as the singer/guitarist for the Brooklyn band The Babies and bassist for Woods. Out on November 26th via Woodsist.





Foxygen‘s co-frontman Jonathan Rado has released his debut solo album “Law and Order,” due out NOW on Woodist. Stream its album track, HERE.



Foxygen‘s co-frontman Jonathan Rado has announced his debut solo album “Law and Order,” due out on September 3rd via Woodist. Stream the first track “Faces,” featuring Timothy Presley (of White Fence).






released 22 May 2013



The Woolen Men – Hold It Up
off their self-titled LP on Woodsist, animated by Jeffrey Kriksciun

The Woolen Men are the Portland-based “pop – basement – kitchen – punk” trio (Alex Geddes, Lawton Browning and Raf Spielman aka Polyps).




released 01 February 2013



Stream the Woods‘ new track (The Kinks cover) taken from their upcoming single, due out on on July 9th via Woodsist.

“The recording of these songs serves as a farewell to Rear House, Woods’ home, recording studio, creative refuge and beloved shithole for 10 long years. “God’s Children” is a classic Kinks tune from the soundtrack to the 1971 British film “Percy.” “Be All Be Easy,” originally from 2011′s Sun and Shade, was rerecorded to capture the live form that’s taken shape since it’s original release. Both are the first to feature new drummer, Aaron Neveu.” –Woodsist

“Percy” is a 1971 British comedy film, based on a novel of Raymond Hitchcock (father of Robyn Hitchcock), The film was directed by Ralph Thomas starring Hywel Bennett, Denholm Elliott, Elke Sommer and Britt Ekland.




Listen, Real Estate bassist Alex Bleeker’s newest track taken from the forthcoming second album “How Far Away,” due out May 28th via Woodsist. It features his fellow musicians as “the freaks” including Mountain Man’s Amelia Meath, who provides gorgeously weighty backing vocals on four tracks, Woods’ Jarvis Tanviere, Real Estate’s Jackson Pollis, Big Troubles’ Sam Franklin.


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