One half of film crew Scholars & Gentlemen (who shot our Trevor Sithole video in issue 2), Greg Lomas is always on the cutting edge of what’s cool. Hipsters want to be him, but by the time they catch up, he’s moved on. He came up with our issue 13 playlist while lying in bed at 11am on a Wednesday morning using his Bose headphones, sipping (from a handmade ceramic cup) his home-brewed cortado made with beans from caracal poop and milk from his permaculture goat tethered in the yard. When he’s not playing his lute or making award-winning documentaries, like To Skin a Cat (, you’ll find him catching trout in the Natal Midlands. The perfect playlist for heading into the hills on a trout-hunting mission, he discovered many of these bands before they had even formed. It’s a cracker. Enjoy.



When I Get to Heaven – John Prine

Wasting Time – Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

Leap – The Cave Singers

Sycamore – Bill Callahan

One Trick Ponies – Kurt Vile

New Birth in New England – Phosphorescent

Humbug Mountain Song – Fruit Bats

John the Gun – Hiss Golden Messenger

Grand Isle, Louisiana – Ben Dickey

Out of Tune – Real Estate

Dark Child – Marlon Williams

King of a One Horse Town – Dan Auerbach

Destroyer – Kevin Morby

Baby You’re Out –  Mac DeMarco

Lost Coastlines – Okkervil River

Old Friends – Pinegrove

Abandoned Flesh – The Mountain Goats

Friday I’m In Love – Yo La Tengo

You Are My Face – Wilco

Baltimore – Bonus Track – The Felice Brothers