Buried Treasures & Chicago Soul Band The O’My’s

Buried Treasures & Chicago Soul Band The O’My’s

Looking for some exciting new music to augment your 2019 playlist? Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot share some of their latest buried treasures: favorite recent under-the-radar records that you need to hear! Plus, Jim and Greg are joined by the Chicago soul band The O’My’s at the Goose Island Tap Room. The group’s latest album, Tomorrow, pushes its soulful sound into fresh, forward-leaning territory.

Greg’s Picks

Marie Davidson, Working Class Woman

Limiñanas, Shadow People

Pip Blom, Boat

Jim’s Picks

Be Forest, Knockturne

Why Not, Ready for the World

Drinking Boys and Girls Choir, Drinking Boys and Girls Choir: Keep Drinking!!

Jon Moshier of WDET’s Picks

The Drinkard Sisters, Enough Already

Tents, Deer Keeks Pace

Featured Songs

Why Not, “Ready 4 the World,” Ready 4 the World (Single), Why Not, 2018
Marie Davidson, “Work It,” Working Class Woman, Ninja Tune, 2018
Be Forest, “Gemini,” Gemini (Single), We Were Never Being Boring, 2018
The Limiñanas, “Shadow People (feat. Emmanuelle Seigner),” Shadow People, The Limiñanas, 2018
The Drinkard Sisters, “Dress Yrself In Gallantry,” Enough Already, Tool and Die Recordings, 2018
Tents, “Back Yards,” Deer Keeps Pace, Badman Recording Co., 2018
Pip Blom, “Daddy Issues,” Boat, Heavenly Recordings, 2019
Drinking Boys and Girls Choir, “Keep Drinking!!,” Keep Drinking, Damnably, 2019
Pedro The Lion, “Leaving The Valley,” Phoenix, Polyvinyl, 2019
The O’My’s, “Starship,” Tomorrow, self-released, 2018
The O’My’s, “Cough Drop (Live on Sound Opinions),” A Humble Masterpiece, self-released, 2013
Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment, “Sunday Candy (feat. Jamila Woods),” Surf, self-released, 2015
The O’My’s, “Idea (feat. Chance the Rapper),” Tomorrow, self-released, 2018
The O’My’s, “B-Gum,” Potty Mouth EP, self-released, 2011
The O’My’s, “Walkout,” Tomorrow, self-released, 2018
The O’My’s, “Starship (Live on Sound Opinions),” Tomorrow, self-released, 2018
The Beach Boys, “Good Vibrations,” Pet Sounds, Capitol, 1966
The Fall, “Telephone Thing,” Extricate, Fontana, 1990
The Moody Blues, “Question,” A Question of Balance, Threshold, 1970
Marvin Gaye, “Let’s Get It On,” Let’s Get It On, Tamla, 1973
The Kinks , “Hatred (A Duet),” Phobia, Columbia, 1993
Shelley Duvall, “He Needs Me,” Popeye (Music from the Motion Picture), Boardwalk, 1981