Oneida's record label (Brah) is putting out Company's new record next month. It is entitled Old Baby. What is Company? I hear they are "a songwriting collective and rock band rooted in folk, punk, country, and psychedelic traditions."
Q: What kind of riot is the cutest riot of them all? A: Panda Riot. If you like indiepop that is a) swirly, b) shoegazy, c) dreamy, d) Curve-ilicous or e) all of the above... then you should seriously consider listening to these.
FYI: Four AiH tracks from Places Like This have received the Daytrotter treatment. My fav has got to be "Debbie" (insound mp3 of original version) which gets vocal distortions and what sounds like 8-bit farts to keep things interesting. "Heart It Races" (insound mp3 of original version) comes in a close second with it's focus on percussion and vocals.
When I say "Voodoo Economics" you may (depending on your age) think of this. In the future, that Bushism will fade in significance to if : then :: iminami the free album by... Voodoo Economics. The album is available to anyone with an internet connection... here.
Have a listen then make with the downloading: "Air Barriers" (box.net mp3)
Comments: 1. Video and audio are out of sync (on purpose maybe??), and the audio sounds better than most youtube vids. 2. Not sure who produced this, but there's an intro to something by The Ponys that comes in at the end. 4. Don't look directly into Albini's teeth.
Consider Clicking - "Bubble Pop" (mp3) is the new jam from Del The Funky Homosapien. More about that at GvsB... here. - Do you need some remedial Misfits 101? Well then... click here. Presented by thepunkguy. - Copy, Right? has the nerdiest cover of "Got Your Money" ever (it's by Audrey3000), plus sooo much more... here. - Alright crafty types, here's something you can do with all those irrelevant compact discs you have crammed everywhere (this of course does NOT apply to me). - Deerhunter side project, Atlas Sound has something new for you at p'fork... here. Listen: "River Card" (mp3) - Austin doomrockers The Sword have a new cd, Gods Of The Earth. It comes out April 1. More about that including a tracklisting... here. Personally, I can't wait for "Fire Lances Of The Ancient Hyperzephyrians". - Illegal Art artists, Oh Astro have released the sample source information for Champions of Wonder... OK, now nobody sue them. OK? The tracklisting with some mp3s: 1. Snow Queen – Ratatat "Desert Eagle" and Lily Allen "Everything Is Wonderful" 2. "Hello Fuji Boy" – Hot Chip "Boy From School," Fujiya & Miyagi "Ankle Injuries," and Lionel Richie "Hello" 3. "Lucy Sees The Moon" – Lucy (their daughter) sings the lyrics to children's song "I See The Moon" and it is filtered through Deanna Durbin "Amapola" and Bing Crosby "If I Had My Way" 4. "Candy Sun Smiles" – Busdriver "Sun Shower," Gnarls Barkley "Gone Daddy Gone," and Electronic "Getting Away With It" 05. "Empty Air" – only source is Jim O'Rourke "Good Times" 06. "Xanadu" – Jane Dowe sings the lyrics to "Xanadu" in sync with the original song (originally sung by Olivia Newton John with music by Electric Light Orchestra) filtered through Electronic "Get The Message" (strumming guitar intro) and Xiu Xiu "Bishop, CA". Background contains samples from Pan Tone "Gringo Grinder" and The Killers "Somebody Told Me" (guitar pluck). 07. "Journey To The Center" – Remix of ROC "Journey to the Center of Brixton" (authorized), along with additional drum parts from Stefen Robinson (aka Yea Big). 08. "Itch Box" – Remix of Yea Big "Please Die, and Leave Me Alone" (authorized), which samples vocals from a chain-gang chant from the film Oh Brother, Where Art Thou? Also contains vocal sample from the ROC track, additional drum parts from Stefen Robinson and a synthesized harmonic progression from Tristan Hansen (a student). 09. "Robot Love I Love You" – Ella (their other daughter) sings her own lyric filtered through the Japanese children's song "Inu No Omawarisan" as recorded on the compilation Doikono Douyou. 10. "Quiet Mouth" – only source is Sufjan Stevens "John Wayne Gacy, Jr." 11. "Pet Apples" – only source is The Apples In Stereo "About Your Fame" - Stereogum declare experimental avantelectronoisers Fuck Buttons a band to watch... here. Watch them... here or here. - There's a fresh new look at bloodonthewall.com - UPDATE: Ruby Isle's elbo.ws project pushes forward with "Sax Rhomer #1" (mp3) a cover of the latest in Mt. Goats... here.
"Need Your Needs" (mp3 with a crappy bitrate) by Georgie James Comments: Probably not what you expected from the breakup of Q And Not U, this track was not included in earlier posts due to a truly shitty bitrate... 64! It's still really good. So listen to it, then buy Places to hear it without that tinny funk. Pretty Awesome.
"Sickos" (box.net mp3) by Harlem Shakes Comment: I totally forgot how catchy this song was. I also forgot that it was... Pretty Awesome.
"2080" (box.net mp3) by Yeasayer Comment: indie rock + world music = Pretty Awesome.
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