Filed under: Music | Tags: bandcamp, demos, download, free, good ones, johnnie angel, killer pop, killerpop, killerpop records, mp3, power pop, powerpop, saturday night, saturday saints, the good ones, tucson girls
Just set up a Bandcamp for The Good Ones, where I’ll be posting a new batch of demos. Last time we posted any Good Ones stuff was when we posted the Japanese Grandmother demo as a digital single. Anyway, check it out – there are already 2 demos posted as free downloads, and more coming in the next few weeks. If you’re in the mood for some cheeky power-pop from the southwest, you’re in luck!
Check out The Good Ones on Bandcamp
Filed under: Music | Tags: bone thugs, fang island, high five, jams, perfect strangers, playlist, prog rock, songs
Epic jam-smiths Fang Island have compiled a playlist of their top songs to high-five to, and it’s worth a listen. Includes the theme to Perfect Strangers, “1st of Tha Month” by Bone Thugs, and a bunch of crazy prog-rock.
Listen at Songza
Filed under: Music | Tags: dark, goth, moody, mp3, Music, night, pitchfork, stridulum, stridulum ep, zola jesus
Another lovely, moody epic along the lines of Zambri’s “W/ Somebody.” It’s from Zola Jesus’ forthcoming Stridulum EP, and if the rest of the EP is on par with this gem I can’t wait to hear it.
Listening to Fang Island’s new LP (and their previous LP immediately afterwards) just exploded my brain. I really can’t find the words, although apparently the band describes their sound as “everyone high-fiving everyone.” Just watch this.
What the hell are they putting in the water over in Brooklyn? They are just exploding with fantastic rock ‘n’ roll bands right now.
Filed under: Music, video | Tags: giving up the gun, jake gyllenhaal, jonas brothers, lil jon, rza, tennis, vampire weekend, video
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This song is a MONSTER JAM, and it deserves to positively steamroll the world. I don’t listen to “modern rock” radio anymore, but I certainly hope they’re playing this song. Are they playing this song?
Anyway, in an effort to draw attention to this beast of a song, Vampire Weekend went all out with cameos in the video. RZA, a Jonas Brother, Jake Gyllenhaal and even Lil Jon show up here. I’m happiest about the Lil Jon appearance, as they name dropped him on their first album. They must have had a nice chat on the video shoot.
Filed under: dance + dj, Music, video | Tags: i could never be your woman, rave, rave-hop, white town, wiley, your woman
This song is pretty much exactly what you think it is – and that’s a good thing.