Tuesday, February 26

Makeshift Fallout Sifter By Rob Markoff


So, I totally missed the indiefolk sounds of Rob Markoff (former Nerve Generator) at Pete's Candy Store the other night. Next time. Next time.

Downloadable: "Makeshift Fallout Sifter" (box.net mp3)

Streamable: "Now That You're Breathing" (youtube)

Nerve Generator "very 90's" BONUS: "Favorite Friend" (mp3)

Consider Clicking
- On Daytrotter For The Eyes, watch The Hood Internet tweak knobs and push buttons live... here. While I am not a huge mashup fan, I do get a kick out of their combination of Crystal Castles with (yes) Nice & Smooth... here (zshare).

- It's Tuesday. That means new releases. There's a bunch of streams and mp3s at Large Hearted Boy... here. Muzzle Of Bees recommends two releases (Beach House and Ghostland Observatory)... here. Pop Tarts Suck Toasted recommends NONE (but does post some tracks by Blood On The Wall and Deerhunter, among others)... here.

- The Smudge posts a couple tracks from the new free Smithsonian Folkways compilation on Emusic ... here.

- DFA 1979! Live! CBC 3! DIE (Deaf Indie Elepants)!... here. You remember Death From Above 1979 right? "Dead Womb" (mp3)

Rob Markoff

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Blogger Chris in Oxford said...

I like the Markoff track. There is so much good indie folk out right now. I've just done an interview of Frank Turner - a great British folker - ahead of his second record. Check it out if you're interested. Looking forward to his follow-up, his first was one of the best out of Blighty last year.

2/26/2008 10:47 AM  
Blogger bob reich said...

Thanks for the tip.

2/26/2008 11:29 AM  

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