Better Oblivion Community Center – Dylan Thomas


Better Oblivion Community Center is a brand new band comprising the formidable talents of Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst, two of the most lauded American songwriters of the past several years. Written and recorded in Los Angeles during the summer of 2018, their self-titled debut album will be released on Dead Oceans in early 2019. The pair first collaborated on Bridgers’ 2017 single, “Would You Rather”, taken from her acclaimed debut album Stranger In The Alps. They teamed up again for a recording of Oberst’s “LAX” in the fall of 2018.

Co-produced by Bridgers, Oberst and long time Oberst/Bright Eyes collaborator Andy LeMaster and mixed by John Congleton, Better Oblivion Community Center features the work of several talented friends, including Nick Zinner (Yeah Yeah Yeahs), and Carla Azur (Autolux, Jack White) among others. Bridgers and Oberst are currently putting together a live band to begin touring in March.

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Quaker City Night Hawks – Suit In The Back

Quaker City Night Hawks‘ brand of hard rock n’ roll is bred from Texas boogie, Memphis soul and heavy blues. Their music is southern rock right out of ’75, played with the fervor of a sermon crackling out of the radio in a ’68 Lincoln.

They’re the whiskey bottle you finished Saturday night and the prayer you said the next morning. Like a country gunshot on a humid night and your first illicit beer, Quaker City Night Hawks are the spirit of rock n’ roll. Come shake your hips.

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Tom Jones_APMFF (11 April 2019)

Tom Jones of the Asbury Park Music & Film Festival recently stopped by to play a couple of songs and have a live in-studio chat with Rich Robinson.

Jammin’ For Jaclyn (08 April 2019)

Michael Squillace, Jake Tavill, Nick Ryan & Taylor Tote recently stopped by to play a couple of songs and have a live in-studio chat about Jammin’ For Jaclyn with Jeff Raspe.