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Thursday, Nov 19, 2009

Out now is the newest video by the Clipse, “Popular Demand (Popeyes)”, from the upcoming Til the Casket Drops. The album is due to hit stores December 8th, 2009.


It was directed by Rik Cordero and features a popular fried chicken joint in Brooklyn named “Obama Fried Chicken”. They also will be appearing on the mtvU Woodie Awards, which will air on December 4th at 10pm on MTV.



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Thursday, Nov 19, 2009

Under the moniker Animal Magic Tricks, Frances Laura Donnelly swaddles ballerina lullaby with eerie tribal beats in her new track “Smallish Hooves”.  The video itself, with its viscous inkblots, is surprisingly soothing.



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Wednesday, Nov 18, 2009

Bonny Billy & the Picket Line
Funtown Comedown
(Drag City)
Releasing: 15 December


Will Oldham continues to wreak havoc on iPods everywhere, releasing an album as Bonny-with-a-y Billy with Kentucky bluegrass band the Picket Line. “Death to Everyone” won’t be on the album, but comes from the same live, in-studio session as everything else.


SONG LIST
01 Ohio River Boat Song
02 May It Always Be
03 Hemlocks and Primroses
04 The Glory Goes / Wolf Among Wolves
05 We All Us Three Will Ride
06 Easy Does It
07 Lay and Love
08 Rider
09 Rambling Fever
10 You Want That Picture
11 Idle Hands Are The Devil’s Playthings


Bonny Billy & the Picket Line
Death to Everyone [MP3]
     



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Wednesday, Nov 18, 2009

Still no tracklist for Gainsbourg’s Beck-produced IRM, which comes out next year, but we do have a perfectly sensical video from the pair. People stack skateboards on hamburgers all the time.



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Wednesday, Nov 18, 2009

Re: this song, our own Mehan Jayasuriya said it well:


“On “Quick Canal”, he lovingly builds up and tears down a cathedral of sound for Sadier to inhabit, layering a deep bass groove, tambourine hits and a wall of gently panning organs atop a steady, shuffling beat. Midway through, the song falls apart, briefly taking a detour into glitchy noise before giving way to a squall of fuzzed-out guitars. Try as Cox might to obfuscate the vocals, however, Sadier’s voice proves indefatigable.”



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