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Monday, Nov 16, 2009

All these Monsters of Folk videos that keep popping up are just making me sad that I’ll never see another Desparecidos album. C’mon, Conor, stop wasting your time with this indie folk supergroup nonsense. The real money is in early millennial political emo-punk.



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Monday, Nov 16, 2009

Wetdog
Frauhaus!
(Angular)
Releasing: 30 November


Angular guitar riffs. Angular guitar riffs. Angular guitar riffs. Any consumer of music criticism will know that there is surely no other way to describe this kind of song. It’s only fitting that Angular Records is putting out this album, which you can pre-order now, if it pleases you.


SONG LIST
01 Lower Leg
02 Trehorne Beach Song
03 Tidy Up Your Bedroom
04 Trees Fall
05 That Man Delivers Papers
06 Night Comes Down
07 Ethiopia
08 Wymmin’s Final
09 Fist Face
10 Snapper
11 Round Vox
12 Long Long Time To Go
13 Waiting List (intro)
14 New Year



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Monday, Nov 16, 2009

Pink Skull put together a groove and a half here with “Ritualistic Bug Use”. This particular jam comes from Endless Bummer, which you can buy as an LP with a digital download of the full album plus some bonus tracks.



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Monday, Nov 16, 2009

The Beatles on Record will premiere in the U.S. Wednesday 25 November 10PM ET/PT on the History Channel. The documentary was originally released by the BBC in September and it covers the Beatles’ musical and creative journey from Please Please Me through Abbey Road. The Beatles on Record was narrated by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and Sir George Martin and directed by Bob Smeaton, director of the Beatles’ Anthology series and creator of the mini-documentaries for the Beatles’ 2009 re-mastered albums.



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Monday, Nov 16, 2009

Listen to Solange covering the Dirty Projectors’ definitive track, “Stillness Is the Move”, from the lauded Bitte Orca. Solange’s version is more mellow than the band’s signature herky-jerky rhythm, but it’s still a respectable nod to Dirty Projectors’ awesome-beyond-awesomeness in 2009.


And the original…



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