Creek Picks: What We’re Listening To Right Now (5.27.22)

New artists & singles, albums we can’t put down, stuff we missed, and some we just can’t quit talking about! Check out the videos below or stream our curated playlist! Here’s what the Creek crew is diggin’ this week!

1. “I’m Going To A City”, Staples Jr. Singers

Garage gospel! Originally released in 1975, the album When Do We Get Paid just got the ’22 reissue treatment from David Byrne’s Luaka Bop Records.

2. “Cruel Trick”, Grant-Lee Phillips

From the new album All That You Can Dream.

3. “Fall Apart World”, Mary Gauthier

Hmm… Mary Gauthier writing happy love songs? Don’t worry, there’s plenty of gut-punchers on her new album! Dark Enough To See The Stars is due on 6/3, and we’ve got an exclusive interview on the way!

4. “Yes We Can Can”, Snoop Dogg, G Eazy & William Bell

From the soundtrack of the documentary film Take To Me To The River: New Orleans.

5. “Diamond Joe”, Charley Crockett

From the new album Jukebox Charley.

6. “All Is Well”, Thomas Dollbaum

From the album Wellswood. See Thomas Dollbaum LIVE @ Grant’s Lounge on 6/2.

7. “Sing Me A Song”, William Prince + Serena Ryder

Single available now from Six Shooter Records.

8. “Breaking News”, Larry McCray

From the new album Blues Without You.

9. “Atomized”, Andrew Bird

The new album, Inside Problems, is due 6/3!

10. “Walk With Me”, Elizabeth King

From the 2021 album Living In The Last Days.

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