Wednesday, June 18, 2008


my processor melted. blog suspended.

Monday, June 2, 2008


look, i'm sorry. school ended and i haven't been on the internet a lot. give me a few days to have this up and running again.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Russian Red - I Love Your Glasses (2008)

01. Cigarettes
02. No Past Land
03. They Don't Believe
04. Gone, Play On
05. Hold It Inside
06. Nice Thick Feathers
07. Kiss My Elbow
08. Take Me Home
09. Walls Are Tired
10. Timing Is Crucial
11. Just Like A Wall
12. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

She's from Madrid and has a bit of a Regina Spektor feel to her, but less nuts. I can't find too much information about her. Outstanding tracks are "Cigarettes" and a srsly beautiful cover of "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun". Also she's really really pretty, so there's a higher chance of her gaining some popularity this year with this album.

myspace (to check out her pixXx)

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Santogold - Santogold (2008) Advance

01. L.E.S. Artistes
02. You'll Find A Way
03. Shove It
04. Say Aha
05. Creator
06. My Superman
07. Lights Out
08. Starstruck
09. Unstoppable
10. I'm A Lady
11. Anne
12. You'll Find A Way (Switch & Sinden Remix)

"The future of music, today" - Rolling Stone 10 Artists To Watch. "Singing in a haunting, sensual wail...she adds a layer of softness to an unusual mix of synthesizers, dance hall rhythms, and percolating new wave" - NY Times. "Future-pop big thing" - Spin. "Santi White is Santogold...the collaborators and players may change, the sounds may shift, but at the center is one woman's indelible vision" - The Fader. SXSW / Coachella shows, 2007 tours with Bjork, M.I.A., songs featured in Entourage, Grey's Anatomy, Grand Theft Auto.

Edit: Sorry, Mediafire took it down :(

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Yelle - Pop Up (2007)

01. Ce Jeu
02. A Cause Des Garcons
03. Dans Ta Vrale Vie
04. Tristesse/Joie
05. Mal Poli
06. Les Femmes
07. Tu Es Beau
08. Je Veux Te Voir
09. Amour Du Sol
10. Mon Meilleur Ami
11. 85a
12. Jogging
13. A Cause Des Garcons remix
14. A Cause Des Garcons remix

She's french, obv. This came out in August of '07, but it's a French import so it's taken awhile to gain popularity in the US. You should probably get this if you're trying to stay on top of what cool songs are playing at dance parties. You may have already heard "Ce Jeu". It's all in French and surprisingly that doesn't bother me at all. RIYL: Crystal Castles, Justice, New Young Pony Club.


The Billionaires - Really Real For Forever (2008)

01. The End of Summer Song
02. High School High
03. I Love You Mother Nature
04. Eighties Movies
05. Pass the Bottle
06. NY Cab
07. Butterflies
08. Cold Day
09. Trophy Home
10. Confidence

Cool songs about cool stuff like summer, nature and drinking booze. Girl/dudes singing. Great happy springtime music. Despite my inability to describe how good music is, this is a really good album that I highly recommend.


The Matches - A Band In Hope (2008)

01. AM Tilts
02. Their City
03. Wake the Sun
04. Darkness Rising
05. To Build A Mountain
06. We Are One
07. Point Me Toward the Morning
08. From 24C
09. Clouds Crash
10. Between Halloweens
11. If I Were You
12. Future Tense
13. Yankee In a Chip Shop
14. Proctor Rd.

This is really catchy shit. They remind me of Tally Hall in the way that every song has a different sound to it and it's all really fun. A standout track is "Wake the Sun". It's one of those songs I'd want to put on every mix cd I make, if I made mix cds.


Thursday, April 3, 2008

Langhorne Slim - Diamonds and Gold (2008) (Advance)

01. Spinning Compass
02. Rebel Side of Heaven
03. Restless
04. Sometimes
05. She's Gone
06. Colette
07. Hello Sunshine
08. Diamonds and Gold
09. The Honeymoon
10. Tipping Point
11. Oh Honey
12. Worries
13. Hummingbird

This album doesn't come out until April 28th. Amazon is calling it a self-titled album, but I have it as "Diamonds and Gold" so who the fuck knows, Amazon is probably right. Sorry, whatevz. I saw Langhorne Slim open up for Rocky Votolato and he was fantastic. His wardrobe led me to believe he was teleported from the 1880's.

"You could write 2,000 words on Langhorne Slim's banjo and upright bass wizards alone. His tracks are so down-home cracklin', as is his voice (in an extraordinarily wonderful way). Slim's fun, gospel-fied, punk-grass will move you and get you movin'. Cameos from the Pedal Steel, the Accordion and the Trombone elevate the songs. In addition to Slim's furious strumming, the listener is treated to heavy doses of Rhodes, Hammond b3, Ragtime piano and drums!!"


Wednesday, April 2, 2008


"I'm honored to have Heidi's support and I want to assure her that I never miss an episode of The Hills, especially since the new season started." Presumptive Republican nominee for president John McCain, folks.


White Rabbits - Fort Nightly (2007)

01. Kid On My Shoulders
02. The Plot
03. Dinner Party
04. Navy Wives
05. While We Go Dancing
06. I Used To Complain Now I Don't
07. Take A Walk Around the Table
08. March of the Camels
09. Fort Nightly
10. Reprise
11. Tourist Trap

Pitchfork gave this album an 8.1 (if you care what Pitchfork has to say, which most people don't). They're on tour with Spoon right now and this album rules.

I'm posting this mainly because they're playing a free show at the Chameleon Club in Lancaster, thanks to WXPN. It's on April 10th and completely free if you RSVP HERE.
I didn't hear about it until last night, word didn't spread as fast as the free Matt Pond show. Download the album, see them for free next week if you live around here, drink tons of booze, sounds good.


The 88 - Over and Over (2005)

01. Hide Another Mistake
02. All 'Cause of You
03. Nobody Cares
04. Bowls
05. Head Cut Off
06. Battle Scar
07. Coming Home
08. You Belong to Me
09. Haunt You
10. Jesus Is Good
11. Everybody Loves Me
12. Not Enough

Bands with numbers as their name are generally annoying, but I'll look past this one mistake. Their songs are used for a bunch of tv/ads (The O.C., Grey's Anatomy, Target, etc.) but are still unknown to the general public. It's pretty gay to admit that most of the songs used on the O.C. are really enjoyable, but it's true, and we all know it.

"The 88 have a lot of believers on its side, causing a big enough stir in the local LA scene to attract the attention of TV shows like The O.C. and Jimmy Kimmel as well as KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic. Singing with a sensual Marc Bolan-like set of pipes, singer Keith Slettedahl has a long list of ex-lovers who fuel his caustic muse. Doing the majority of the songwriting as well, Slettedahl's music leans toward mid-'60s power pop filled with hooky choruses and taunt riffs that recall early Kinks. "Hide Another Mistake" is a prime example of this aesthetic, and it's already been picked as a single, yet "All 'Cause Of You" has an emotional vulnerability to the vocals and a jaunty riff that rams the equally strong song home. Well-balanced with a few quieter acoustic songs, this sophomore effort is an assured and altogether catchy work from a band that deserves all the attention it gets." -Tad Hendrickson review


Monday, March 31, 2008

The Submarines - Honeysuckle Weeks (2008)

01. Sub Symphonika
02. Thorny Thicket
03. You, Me & The Bourgeoisie
04. 1940
05. The Wake Up Song
06. Swimming Pool
07. Maybe
08. Xavia
09. Fern Beard
10. Brightest Hour

Girl/guy duo, but they're not annoying or boring. The girl is actually F. Scott Fitzgerald's granddaughter, so she probably rules IRL. This album is making its rounds on everyone's new thing to listen to, so join us.


Friday, March 28, 2008

Ryan Adams - Jacksonville City Nights (2005)

01. A Kiss Before I Go
02. The End
03. Hard Way To Fall
04. Dear John
05. The Hardest Part
06. Games
07. Silver Bullets
08. Peaceful Valley
09. September
10. My Heart Is Broken
11. Trains
12. PA
13. Withering Heights
14. Don't Fail Me Now

Everyone knows I love Ryan Adams, it's a fact. I have 48 different albums, including his full-length releases, a few live recordings, and a ton of unreleased songs. That's sick, but I'm telling you because maybe it will give me some cred on Ryan Adams knowledge and you'll believe me that this album is great. It's more country than some of his other albums, but that doesn't have to be a bad thing. He's a dude from North Carolina, after all. He writes wonderful songs!

Paste review:

He kicks off the album with a solid trio of mid-tempo, piano- and pedal-steel-fueled honky-tonk moaners, most notably “The End,” which name-checks his hometown of Jacksonville, North Carolina, much like Parsons name-checked South Carolina in “Hickory Wind.” In a tearful warble, Adams recalls “the cotton fields out by the house where I was born,” where “the leaves burn like effigies of my kin.” Overkill? Yes. Dubious? Maybe. But no more so than the Florida-born, Georgia-raised Parsons, who also may have been stretching the truth a tad in remembering the Carolina “oak trees that we used to climb.”

What’s more remarkable on Jacksonville City Nights is Adams’ very real attempt at putting interesting twists on the classic country formula. He adds his thin, off-key vocal nod to Jerry Garcia on “A Kiss Before I Go,” and the tune comes off like some long-lost outtake from Workingman’s Dead. He borrows the melody of Dylan’s Nashville Skyline-era “I Threw it All Away” for the album’s best song, “Hard Way to Fall.”


Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Rocky Votolato - Makers (2006)

01. White Daisy Passing
02. Portland Is Leaving
03. The Night's Disguise
04. She Was Only In It For The Rain
05. Uppers Aren't Necessary
06. Wait Out The Days
07. Streetlights
08. Tennessee Train Tracks
09. Goldfield
10. Tinfoil Hats
11. Where We Left Off
12. Makers

Rocky has put out 4 pretty solid albums, which is hard to do as a singer-songwriter guy without everything getting really boring and repetitive. I can listen to all 4 albums in a row and enjoy 95% of the songs. I view that as a great accomplishment. This is not his newest album, but it has so many great songs on it, so I thought it would be a good launching point for potential new fans.

I saw him at the church in Philly and he put on such a terrible show and seemed like a real dick, just saying. His recordings are still fantastic. Check him out, you'll listen to it on repeat probably. You can sing these songs to your girlfriend and she'll probably S your D.

And in case you haven't figured it out yet, I give really good recommendations on what music to listen to.



sorry i ain't been postin. i'm having trouble finding new music that isn't just completely shitty. the world is saturated with horrible electronic dance music right now.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

1997 - A Better View of the Rising Moon (2007)

02. Garden of Evil
03. Hey Darlin'
04. In Your Car
05. Patience, Prudence
06. Grace
07. The Roads You Can Take
08. Lovelikepoetry
09. Tennessee Song
10. Enough Is Enough
11. Droppin' Dimes
12. Curse Or Cure

It's back and forth between a dude and girl singer. They're really cute and it's great indie pop. Check it out seriously. They write really high quality, memorable and catchy songs. There's none of that boring bullshit so many bands put out, you know like when you listen through a whole album and don't remember anything and never want to hear it again. 1997 is the opposite of that.


sorry i forgot to post the link, thanks alex.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Knapsack - This Conversation Is Ending Starting Right Now (1998)

01. Arrows to the Action
02. Balancing Act
03. Change Is All the Rage
04. Cinema Stare
05. Cold Enough To Break
06. Hummingbirds
07. Katherine the Grateful
08. Please Shut Off the Lights
09. Shape of the Fear
10. Skip the Details

This album has been in my heavy rotation for about seven years now. It's the dude from The Jealous Sound if that means anything to you. 10 fantastic songs that most people have never heard but I stand by this 100% and guarantee your happiness in listening to it. RIYL: Braid, Samiam, The Promise Ring, Jawbreaker (but better than all of these bands).


Crystal Castles - Crystal Castles (2008)

01. Untrust Us
02. Alice Practice
03. Crimewave (Crystal Castles vs. Health)
04. Magic Spells
06. Air War
07. Courtship Date
08. Good Time
09. 1991
10. Vanished
11. Knights
12. Love and Caring
13. Through the Hosiery
14. Reckless
15. Black Panther
16. Tell Me What To Swallow

This is what people are really into right now in that hipster electronic dance party bullshit circuit. It's in high demand, so maybe you'll want it.


Sunday, March 16, 2008

Man Man - Six Demon Bag (2006)

01. Feathers
02. Engrish Bwudd
03. Banana Ghost
04. Young Einstein On The Beach
05. Skin Tension
06. Black Mission Goggles
07. Hot Bat
08. Push The Eagle's Stomach
09. Spider Cider
10. Van Helsing Boombox
11. Tunneling Through The Guy
12. Ice Dogs

"Sophomore effort from this Philly area act that have been compared at moments to Tom Waits, Captain Beefheart, and Frank Zappa. They've also been lauded for their notorious live shows, even gave them the Best Stage Show SxSW 2005. There's more alternate-universe pop-hits here than previous efforts."


Thursday, February 28, 2008

Thursday, February 21, 2008

The Everybodyfields - Nothing Is Okay (2007)

01. Aeroplane
02. Lonely Anywhere
03. Don't Turn Around
04. Leaving Today
05. Birthday
06. Savior
07. Be Miner
08. Wasted Time
09. Everything Is Okay
10. Tuesday
11. Over and Done
12. Out On the Highway

Don't let their kind of goofy name put you off. It's been awhile since I was so impressed and happy to find a band I have never heard of. "Lonely Anywhere" is my favorite track so far, and it's so good I'm listening to it on repeat, which I never do. This album is highly reccommended.

"Like a good cry-and like the best country music-Jill Andrews and Sam Quinn's songs are all shuddering sighs, aching confessions and upturned hearts spilling out over layers of pedal steel, fiddle and acoustic guitar, delivered by two of the most disparately beautiful voices to ever meld."

Paste Magazine's "Top Albums of 2007" feature


Why? - Alopecia (2008)

01. The Vowels Pt. 2
02. Good Friday
03. These Few Presidents
04. The Hollows
05. Song of the Sad Assassin
06. Gnashville
07. Fatalist Palmistry
08. The Fall of Mr. Fifths
09. Brook & Waxing
10. A Sky for Shoeing Horses Under
11. Twenty Eight
12. Simeon's Dilemma
13. By Torpoedo or Crohn's
14. Exegesis

"As expected, the band--Yoni Wolf, Josiah Wolf, Doug McDiarmid--continues its calculated blitzkrieg on that self-made jangle-rap, indie pop 'n' roll genre, but the stakes are raised."

Half of the songs are like this electronic indie rock and the other half is some weird indie hip hop. The album doesn't come out until March and there seems to be a bit of hype surrounding its release, so check it out.


She & Him - Volume One (2008)

01. Sentimental Heart
02. Why Do You Let Me Stay Here
03. This Is Not A Test
04. Change Is Hard
05. I Thought I Saw Your Face Today
06. Take It Back
07. I Was Made For You
08. You Really Gotta Hold On Me
09. Black Hole
10. Got Me
11. I Should Have Known Better
12. Sweet Darlin'
13. Untitled

It's M. Ward and Zooey Deschanel! Remember when she sang "Baby It's Cold Outside" in Elf and everyone was like awww her voice is so cute? A whole album!


Monday, February 11, 2008

Matt Costa - Unfamiliar Faces (2008)

01. Mr. Pitiful
02. Lilacs
03. Never Looking Back
04. Emergency Call
05. Vienna
06. Unfamiliar Faces
07. Cigarette Eyes
08. Downfall
09. Trying To Lose My Mind
10. Bound
11. Heart Of Stone
12. Miss Magnolia

"On the strength of the folky, beautiful Songs, which displays his gentle artistry and skillful acoustic guitar playing, Costa earned a rep as an L.A. buzz act, crisscrossed the U.S. in a van, and performed at all the major North American music festivals including Coachella, Lollapalooza, Sasquatch, Bonnaroo, and Austin City Limits among others."

I've been listening to his last album, Songs We Sing for a few years, so I was really excited for this release. Highly recommended, he's super cute.


Thursday, February 7, 2008

Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend (2008)

01. Mansard Roof
02. Oxford Comma
03. A Punk
04. Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa
05. M79
06. Campus
07. Bryn
08. One (Blake's Got A New Face)
09. I Stand Corrected
10. Walcott
11. The Kids Don't Stand A Chance

These guys are getting a lot of attention right now. They might be the new big thing or whatever, I saw them on MTV a few days after this album leaked. They're like a cooler and newer Paul Simon. Here's what the first few songs sound like:

"The first track is the lead single, Mansard Roof. A track as studious as it sounds, with tight changes, nice lyrics, and crisp melodies, a perfect pop moment that would make fans of Belle and Sebastian squeal into their book bags. The band then up the ante with Oxford Comma, again, just as collegiate friendly, but with a little more bite to it. In it they even manage to drop a well-pronounced F-bomb and make it sound like the Queen's English. The overall result is my favorite track off the disc. The song A Punk (months already on itunes) continues the impressive string of songs at three now, A Punk carries a bit more Strokes flavor to it in its brevity and faster pacing, but its pace doesn't seem foreign at all. The Paul Simon-isms finally rear their head with the track Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa. I immediately think of You Can Call Me Al, with that overbearing saxophone and stop-start melody. Even though that maybe be purely unfounded, I'm pretty sure others will hear what I'm talking about. Maybe it's the worldly guitar line, or it could be the vocal stop-start of the verses? After it's all said and done, it's nothing the hipsters won't be able to swallow."

anyway, highly recommended.



i've been in new orleans for the past week or so, new music soon, sorry!

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings - 100 Days, 100 Nights (2007)

01. 100 Days, 100 Nights
02. Nobody's Baby
03. Tell Me
04. Be Easy
05. When The Other Foot Drops, Uncle
06. Let Them Knock
07. Something's Changed
08. Humble Me
09. Keep On Looking
10. Answer Me

This was the backing band on Amy Winehouse's last album, but don't hold that against them. 100 Days, 100 Nights came out in 2007 but sounds like it's from the 60's. Sharon Jones knows how to do it.

"Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings are a funk/soul band. They are signed to Daptone Records, where the Dap-Kings are the house band (Sharon Jones, the singer, has been singing since the '70s and was even a prison guard for a while). Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings are widely thought to be spearheads of a revivalist movement that aims to capture the essence of funk/soul music as it was at its height in the mid-1960s to mid-1970s. Part of the way this is achieved is to shun modern digital recording methods in favour of using traditional analogue recording equipment. The type of instruments used by the band may also be considered limited to those that would have been available up until the mid seventies."


Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Jimmy Eat World - Chase This Light (2007)

01. Big Casino
02. Let It Happen
03. Always Be
04. Carry You
05. Electable (Give It Up)
06. Gotta Be Somebody's Blues
07. Feeling Lucky
08. Here It Goes
09. Chase This Light
10. Firefight
11. Dizzy

Jimmy Eat World's latest album. It's your standard JEW, highly recommended.


The Weepies - Happiness (2004)

01. Happiness
02. All That I Want
03. Vegas Baby
04. Somebody Loved
05. Jolene
06. Simple Life
07. Dating A Porn Star
08. Keep It There

The song "All That I Want" was on an Old Navy Christmas commercial, so they have that cute Ingrid Michaelson vibe. Not recommended for dudes. I mean, their name is The Weepies, and the album is called Happiness, that's a little gay. But girls will really like it.


Monday, January 28, 2008

YACHT - I Believe In You. Your Magic Is Real. (2007)

01. So Post All 'Em
02. See A Penny (Pick It Up)
03. We're Always Waiting
04. Platinum (Featuring Bobby Birdman)
05. It's All The Same Price (Featuring Eats Tapes)
06. The Magic Beat
07. Drawing In The Dark
08. It's Coming To Get You
09. If Music Could Cure All That Ails You
10. I Believe In You
11. Your Magic Is Real
12. Women Of The World

"Jona Bechtolt is a Young American Challenging High Technology, known as much for his effeminate, wildly sexual "dancing" as for creating damaging beats and weird visuals. Hot on the heels of the release of The Blow's Paper Television, which Bechtolt co-wrote and played all of the instruments on, I Believe In You. Your Magic Is Real. is the next step for YACHT. His twelve new catchy creations boast addictive beats and positive, memorable lyrics, including lyrics by David Shrigley, Deerhoof's designer. Jona Bechtolt has toured with and created music for The Blow, Devendra Banhart & The Hairy Fairy, Devendra Banhart & The Queens of Sheeba, Little Wings, Thanksgiving, The Microphones/Mt Eerie, Mirah, and more."


Hot Chip - Made In The Dark (2008)

01. Out At The Pictures
02. Shake A Fist
03. Ready For The Floor
04. Bendable Poseable
05. We're Looking For A Lot Of Love
06. Touch Too Much
07. Made In The Dark
08. One Pure Thought
09. Hold On
10. Wrestlers
11. Don't Dance
12. Whistle For Will
13. In The Privacy Of Our Love

This album comes out on February 4th. It sounds more mature than their DJ Kicks album and is pretty good. RIYL: LCD Soundsytem, The Rapture, !!!, New Young Pony Club


The Ergs! - Acoustic LP

(no real cover available)

01. A Very Special Song For A Very Special Young Lady Part 2
02. Warm + Sharp
03. Time With You
04. Saturday Night Crap-O-Rama
05. Ergs Songs Played Similarly
06. It's Never Going To Be The Same Again
07. Trains & Boats & Planes
08. Running, Jumping, Standing Still
09. I'll Call You When You Think Of Me
10. Everything Falls Apart More & More
11. Computer Love
12. Ramones Medley


Sunday, January 27, 2008

Dinosaur Jr. - Without A Sound

01. Feel The Pain
02. I Don't Think So
03. Yeah Right
04. Outta Hand
05. Grab It
06. Even You
07. Mind Blow
08. Get Out Of This
09. On The Brink
10. Seemed Like The Thing To Do
11. Over Your Shoulder

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my monitor broke so i've been out of commission. but now i'm back.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Eugene McGuinness - The Early Learnings Of Eugene McGuinness

01. High Score
02. Monsters Under the Bed
03. Vampire Casino
04. Bold Street
05. A Child Lost In Tesco
06. Vela
07. Madeleine
08. A Girl Whom My Eyes Shine For

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Just get it, his songs and voice are better than what you're listening to.

The Do - A Mouthful

(can't find their album cover)

01. Playground Hustle
02. At Last
03. On My Shoulders
04. Song For Lovers
05. The Bridge Is Broken
06. Stay (Just A Little Bit More)
07. Unissasi Laulelet
08. Tammie
09. Queen Dot Kong
10. Coda
11. Searching Gold
12. When Was I Last Home
13. Travel Light
14. Aha
15. In My Box

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A really cute duo from Helsinki and Paris. The girl's voice is unique in a fantastic way (sort of like Bjork and Sheryl Crow mixed together).

Forest City Lovers - The Sun and the Wind

(album cover nowhere to be found)

01. Castles!
02. Doorsteps
03. Song For Morrie
04. Beneath Rocks & Sand
05. Scared Of Time
06. Lost Parts
07. On The Basis
08. In Flight
09. Oh Humility
10. Mermaids

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If you like Feist, highly recommended.

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Alphabeat - Alphabeat

01. 10,000 Nights of Thunder
02. Fascination
03. Into The Jungle
04. What Is Happening?
05. Rubber Boots/Mackintosh
06. Boyfriend
07. Ocean Blue
08. Fantastic 6
09. The Hours
10. Nothing But My Baby

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This band is FUUUNNNN. "Alphabeat is, in despite of their relative short existence, already well-known for their great engangement and their always good mood. Their music can make everyone smile, and give even the most shy the guts to dance in front of everybody... There are six of them, they're from Denmark and this is their self-explanatory theme tune. Primary colored pop that burbles on about "Major Tom" and "space troopers", it suggests that their mission statement - "the love child of the B-52s and Wham produced by Nile Rodgers” - is spot on. They're currently on tour in the UK and there's more where this came from in the New Year."

They haven't ever toured the US and I've never met anyone that's heard of them, so get on it.

The Battle Royale - Sparkle Dust Fantasy

01. You'll Be Fine
02. Oh Martha
03. Jackpot
04. Confessions
05. My Way
06. Stun
07. Pirates
08. What Could We Do
09. Folk Song

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Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago

01. Flume
02. Lump Sum
03. Skinny Love
04. The Wolves (Act I and II)
05. Blindsided
06. Creature Fear
07. Team
08. For Emma
09. Re: Stacks

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i've started a music blog.