Kurt Vile's Confident New Album, 'Watch My Moves,' is Reviews on Indiecast

Kurt Vile's Confident New Album, 'Watch My Moves,' is Reviews on Indiecast ...

Although he has had a slacker reputation, Vile's latest album has evolved for years, according to Steven Hyden and Ian Cohen on Indiecast's latest episode.

This week in indie music, there were also some great new releases and some Twitter faux pas. Besides, the Conor Oberst/Phoebe Bridgers supergroup Better Oblivion Community Center at musician Kississippi, describing her music as "boring" in response to a mild joke about Oberst's shoes. Steven and Ian discuss the blowback, and reminisce on times they learned the hard way that everything on the internet is permanent. Indiecast also

Ian sings love to, who is released today in this week's Recommendation Corner. In this week's clip, Steven highlights Wet Tuna's third studio album Warping All By Yourself, which veers into funk and jazz fusion territory.

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