Jolie Holland, Gomez, Nathan Asher and the Infantry...

by PopMatters Staff

27 April 2006

 

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Jolie Holland
“Springtime Can Kill You” [MP3]

“Springtime Can Kill You” is a haunting ballad rooted somewhere in old-time Americana, roots music and turn-of-the-century country-folk. The song floats beautifully atop the scurrying, rapid taps of a symbol and wafting piano notes. You’ll never hear a more beautiful song about death in your life.

Gomez
video: “How We Operate” [windows | quicktime]

Nathan Asher and the Infantry
“Sex Without Love” [video]
“Storms” [video]
“Sex Without Love” [MP3]
“Storms” [MP3]

Human Television
“In Front of the House” [MP3]

Jennifer O’Connor
“Exeter, Rhode Island” [MP3]

LeToya
video: “Torn” [windows | real | quicktime]

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