The Babies was an indie rock band fronted by Kevin Morby and Cassie Ramone, releasing records and singles as a quartet between 2010 and 2012. “All Things Come to Pass” backed with “Caroline” is one of 2 singles The Babies released in 2010.
Tag: Kevin Morby
Kevin Morby is a solo musician and former member of Woods and The Babies. Born in Lubbock, TX, he is now based out of Kansas City, Missouri. He joined Woods while living in Brooklyn, New York in the mid-late 2000s , then formed The Babies in the early 2010s with roommate Cassie Ramone of Vivian Girls.
After relocating to Los Angeles around 2013, Morby released his debut solo album, Harlem River. He has focused on a solo career ever since, and now has over half a dozen studio LPs to his name.
His 2021 LP Sundowner hit #1 on the FensePost Best of 2021 list, and the 2022 LP This is a Photograph came in at #2 for 2022.
Below, you’ll find a complete collection of album reviews, song reviews, features, music videos, lists, and more covered on FensePost that feature or include Kevin Morby.
The Babies | Here Comes Trouble b/w My Tears | 7-Inch Single Review
The Babies were a short lived garage rock band that released music predominantly between 2010 and 2012, though a digital single featuring two outtakes from their second LP dropped in 2015. Today I’m looking at one of a handful of singles the band gave us in 2011 — Here Comes Trouble b/w My Tears.
Woods | Bend Beyond | Vinyl Unboxing & Album Review
The other day I covered one of my all time, desert island, top five records. Of course, I’m talking about Blonde Redhead’s 2007 LP 23. Today, I’m talking about another one. Like 23 was to Blonde Redhead, Bend Beyond is the 7th studio LP by psychedelic folk band Woods, and it was the last to…
My Year in Vinyl: Counting Down My Top 5 Records with Most Spins in 2022
Today I want to take a look back at 2022 and recap my year in vinyl. First I’ll share some general stats before doing a quick countdown of the 5 albums not released in 2022 that I played. Why am I excluding records released this year? Because they track pretty closely to my Best Albums of…
The Best Albums of 2022: Counting Down My Top 22 Records of the Year
It’s every record collector’s favorite time of year, and I’m not talking about holidays or gifts. I’m talking about the time of year where we all hole up and analyze all the new albums we checked out this year to compile our best of lists. I was going to do a top 5, but then…
Spotify Wrapped 2022: Countdown of My Top 5 Artists of the Year
Today I’m counting down my top 5 Spotify Bands of the Year per Spotify Wrapped 2022. Each year, Spotify does a “Wrapped” series which looks back at your year in stats. Now, if you didn’t already know, I track my vinyl plays in Discogs. I’m a total stats nerd! Furthermore, as someone who’s career is…
Kevin Morby & Bill Fay | I Hear You Calling | Split 7″ Single on Dead Oceans
As of right now, there are 4 singles in the Bill Fay 7-inch singles series from Dead Oceans–Steve Gunn, Julia Jacklin, Mary Lattimore, and this one by Kevin Morby. On them, each artist covers a song by Bill Fay on the A side with a Fay’s original recording on the B. These four singles were…
My Top 10 Record Spins of 2021
I spent more time dropping the needle in 2021 than ever before. In fact, I tracked it! I played close to 1,500 records last year, counting records played once or over a dozen times. Rather than doing a year-end “best of” list, which is highly subjective and tends to change the day after hitting Publish,…
The Best Albums of 2019: 10 Albums from 2019 Worthy of My Collection
2019 saw some great releases. Here are ten I felt were worthy of adding to my collection. This list is far from comprehensive, but as of right now it’s my top 10.
The Babies: Feature
If you aren’t familiar with The Babies, let me give you a far-too-brief backstory. The Babies began as Cassie Ramone (Vivian Girls), Kevin Morby (Woods) and Justin Sullivan (Bossy). They’ve since added a fourth and will be releasing their sophomore LP, Our House On The Hill, November 13 on Woodsist Records.