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Posted on October 5, 2008 | No CommentsSo I totally failed at the My Bloody Valentine tracks because I completely forgot to get the mp3 recorder from the car before I left for the show – sorry. Hey did that show piss off anyone else? I was so irritated by the fact […]
Posted on September 10, 2008 | 6 CommentsEveryone's favorite sisters have scheduled 6 live shows in November - the first since 2006, I think. Unfortunately all shows will be at the House of Blues, but still - The Sisters of Mercy?! Are you kidding?!?! In the words of my roommate, "Do you think this means Andrew will wear Mickey Mouse ears?! Oh, lordy lordy lordy... I think this is one of those signs the world is ending.. Like soon."
Posted on August 29, 2008 | 1 Comment
I've got something spectacular to report! An extended family member just got a write up on Spin.com! I know, I know, spin posted warped tour dates like three years ago that swore Des Moines was in Ohio, but that doesn't REALLY scrap their credibility. A mere oversight, right?
Posted on August 3, 2008 | 1 Comment1. Amon Tobin – Esther’s 2. Holger Czukay – Cool In The Pool 3. Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band – Electricity 4. Love – A House Is Not A Motel (Beyond The Wizard’s Sleeve Re-Edit) 5. Brian Eno – Backwater 6. Leonard Nimoy – […]
Posted on April 28, 2008 | 3 Comments
I guess that either Stephen Malkmus or Silver Jews are coming out with a new record in June, and it's called "Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea." The reason why I thought it was Stephen Malkmus is cause that's what Insound.com tried to tell me, but when I played the album in iTunes they said it was Silver Jews, which is what it sounds like to
Posted on April 24, 2008 | 1 Comment
Although they haven't been absent for nearly as long as Portishead, The Breeders, or Eno & Byrne, I'm psyched because I just heard that a new Stereolab record comes out at the end of this summer. It's true, guys, and I'm kind of at a loss for words because of it. I said kind of. The nitty gritty: Stereolab's new album is called Chemical Chords, and will be released on