Bonus Tracks for Week Ending November 9, 2019

As we approach the end of the year, our writers are readying themselves for TSJ’s annual Readers’ Week and Amnesty Week, both of which always provoke lively discussion. Stay tuned to learn more! And in the meantime, check out: For the Neo-Noir issue of Bright Wall, Dark Room, Isabel Cole explores how Veronica Mars “stands […]

Bonus Tracks for Week Ending November 2, 2019

We have more writing to bring to you! For Living Lutheran, Josh Langhoff reviewed the movie Los Tigres del Norte Live at Folsom Prison, and discussed how “Los Tigres have become for many as vital an American institution as Cash.” For Rock & Roll Globe, Thomas Inskeep marveled at the skill and success of Linda […]

Bonus Tracks for Week Ending October 26, 2019

First of all, we here at TSJ HQ are very pleased to announce that Kat Stevens’s band, Foxcunt, has a new album out! A Visit from Foxcunt is available on iTunes, Bandcamp, and Spotify. (There may be some use of profanity.) And that’s not all our writers have been up to! Alfred Soto has been […]

Bonus Tracks for Week Ending October 19, 2019

Can’t get enough Jukebox in your life? Here’s our weekly digest of what our writers have been up to lately:

Bonus Tracks for Week Ending October 12, 2019

It’s time for our weekly notification of what our writers have been doing elsewhere. (Missed past weeks? You can always check our archive for previous editions of Bonus Tracks — there’s bound to be something to catch your interest.) For Pitchfork, Katherine St. Asaph explained how Carla dal Forno’s new album, Look Up Sharp, is […]

Bonus Tracks for Week Ending October 5, 2019

Our writers have more to share with you! In the most recent edition of her newsletter, Sabina Tang discussed archetypes, haircuts, and Utada Hikaru’s Laughter in the Dark concert film. For his blog, Humanizing the Vacuum, Alfred Soto commemorated the 25th anniversary of the release of R.E.M.’s Monster, “one of their records most informed by […]

Bonus Tracks for Week Ending September 28, 2019

Like our writers’ words? Well, you can find a lot of them in our salute to Rhythm Nation 1814 and Janet Jackson’s long career, published earlier this week. And once you’re done reading that, there’s more for you! For Bandcamp Daily, Joshua Minsoo Kim interviewed producer Loraine James about her new album For You and […]

Bonus Tracks for Week Ending September 21, 2019

Got some free time in your weekend? Well… Kayla Beardslee has restarted her radio show, Pop Excellence, on WHCL broadcasting out of Hamilton College, New York. You can stream the show Tuesdays from 2 to 4 p.m. (New York time, which is GMT -5), or get links to previous shows’ playlists on the Pop Excellence […]

Bonus Tracks for Week Ending September 14, 2019

We’ve got a lot for you to check out this week! For Pitchfork, Katherine St. Asaph discusses Kindness’s “deceptively invisible skill” at work on the new album Something Like a War. Also for Pitchfork, Joshua Copperman considers whether Sam Fender lives up to the hype (including Springsteen comparisons) on Hypersonic Missiles. For Dummy Magazine, Pedro […]

Bonus Tracks for Week Ending September 7, 2019

Welcome to our weekly summary of our writers’ ventures beyond TSJ! Don’t forget that Mark Sinker and Hazel Southwell both have Patreons potentially worth your time and money, and the two of them collaborate on a podcast. Other new things for you this week: Joshua Minsoo Kim guest-starred on Iain Mew’s AAA project, covering former […]