MiWi La Lupa shows a New Way Home

The album is out today! MiWi is on the road, but you can find New Way Home on Vinyl or CD at our web store. The Rust Belt Tour begins with tonight’s show at Bowery Electric.

Hear MiWi live today at 2PM on WNYC’s Soundcheck or later on the podcast.



The album is out today!

Team Love welcomes The Lowest Pair

Limited edition CD at our webstore.
Or get the album from


American Songwriter

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Stream the debut album from The Lowest Pair over at

American Songwriter


Album is out worldwide January 14, 2014.

“Electrick Children” premieres at SXSW

Rebecca Thomas’ film “Electrick Children” had its US premiere this week at SXSW; Team Love fans in the audience may have recognized a song or two. Conduits’ song “Top of the Hill” provides the soundtrack for the trailer (above), and the movie also features a cover of The Nerves “Hangin on the Telephone” by Tilly and the Wall/Flowers Forever’s Derek Pressnall.

Conduits debut album comes out on March 20th, two days before they embark on a spring tour with Cursive and Cymbals Eat Guitars. Order a copy of your very own at our webstore. 

Top of the Hill (mp3) / Order “Conduits” at our webstore.

Simon Joyner – Time Slows Down in Dreams 7″

Shudder to Think – Live from Home

Simon Joyner – Out into the Snow

outintoTeam Love will release Simon Joyner‘s twelfth full length LP Out into the Snow on September 15, 2009 on CD and 180 Gram LP.

The album will be available for pre-order the first week of August and will ship two weeks prior to the street date. Until then, check out an MP3 of “Roll On,” from “Out into the Snow”.

MP3 Simon Joyner – Roll On


Out Into the Snow is another challenging and rewarding song-cycle which grows richer from repeated listening. For this outing Joyner has assembled a small group, including Alex McManus (Lambchop, Bright Eyes, The Bruces), Ryan Kennedy, Mike Friedman, Michael Krassner (Boxhead Ensemble), and Chris Deden, as well as background vocals by Sarah Gleason and Pearl Lovejoy Boyd and string arrangements by violinist, Laraine Kaizer. Sounding sometimes like Doug Yule era Velvet Underground (with some Paris 1919 John Cale thrown in for good measure), On the Beach period Neil Young , Happy/Sad era Tim Buckley, and Our Mother the Mountain period Townes Van Zandt, the album is littered with characters in transition, moving toward or away from complicated pasts and futures.

Here you have a man floating away in a dilapidated drunken boat borrowed from Rimbaud. He escapes a past of imagined persecution, only to face deeper problems of self-identity after entering a storm at sea. There are lovers separated by distances difficult to summit. Others survive rocky starts to find peace, acceptance, and the real joy available to those who may have been born to run but now choose to stay and fight. The title tracks seems to be telling a simple story of friendship, but, after a man is called out on a winter night to rescue a friend in need, he goes to bed that night and has strange transformation dreams that lead him to question the direction of his own life. Stepping out into the snow then becomes a metaphor for engagement and risk. Joyner seems to be saying that life is full of these worthwhile struggles, whether they result in sorrow or mirth, pleasant or unpleasant discoveries. Joyner requires the same of himself artistically. Out Into The Snow is full of gorgeous human gestures from well-developed characters rising and falling in overlapping arcs of time. Brazen songwriting, like all great art, challenges even more than it entertains. Team Love is proud to introduce another milestone performance from Simon Joyner, perhaps the greatest songwriter you’ve never heard.