A Song A Day
Field Music - Let's Write a Book
115 plays

Field Music - Let’s Write A Book

                                               

Sleigh Bells - Tell 'Em
110 plays

Sleigh Bells - Tell ‘Em

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Ollie & The Nightingales - Don't Let A Good Thing Go
96 plays

Ollie & The Nightingales - Don’t Let A Good Thing Go

                                               

Two Door Cinema Club - Do You Want It All?
113 plays

Two Door Cinema Club - Do You Want It All?

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Two Door Cinema Club - Eat That Up, It's Good for You
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Two Door Cinema Club - Eat That Up, It’s Good for You.

I dedicate the first verse to women the world over.

                                               

Band Of Horses - On My Way Back Home
170 plays

Band Of Horses - On My Way Back Home

                                               

Local Natives - Wide Eyes
193 plays

Local Natives - Wide Eyes

…Although recorded in late 2008, Gorilla Manor wasn’t released until 14 months later, allowing Local Natives the chance to build a strong blog buzz before their debut hit American shores.  The delay wasn’t entirely beneficial, however, as Gorilla Manor sounds quite similar to a number of albums that flourished in the interim.  Local Natives’ sunny harmonies call to mind Fleet Foxes’ debut and Grizzly Bear’s Veckatimest, while the band’s polyphonic hand percussion — which, at its most frenzied, is almost tribal sounding — evokes memories of Yeasayer’s All Hour Cymbals.  For all its familiarity, though, Local Natives’ first album is still an enjoyable piece of work, filled with enough pop melodies and multi-cultural quirks to make the year-long holdup worthwhile.  Local Natives may have arrived several months late for their own party, but Gorilla Manor is a refreshing example of good quality trumping bad timing.

                                               

The Black Keys - Howlin' For You
112 plays

The Black Keys - Howlin’ For You.

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Have a dirty little Monday.

5.24.2010

                                               

The National - Brainy
102 plays

The Na tional - Brainy

Check out a review of the May 22nd show at Taking Notes

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Eddie Bo - The Hook and Sling (Full) (Vocal)
93 plays

Eddie Bo - The Hook and Sling

                                               

The Black Keys - Everlasting Light
100 plays

The Black Keys - Everlasting Light.

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A dirty little love song.

The fuzzy guitar with the “shoo-wahs” makes me smile.

                                               

The Black Keys - Next Girl
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The Black Keys - Next Girl

The look of the cake, it ain’t always the taste. 
My X girl she has such a beautiful face.
I wanted love, but not for myself.

But for the girl, so she could love herself.

Oh my next girl, will be nothing like my X girl.
I made mistakes back then, I’ll never do it again.
Oh my next girl, she’ll be nothing like my X girl.
It was a painful dance,
and now I got a second chance.

Watch two great videos from this record HERE

                                               

Massive Attack - Paradise Circus feat. Hope Sandoval
109 plays

Massive Attack feat. Hope Sandoval - Paradise Circus



Thanks for the show, Armando.  Listen to Armando’s Musicaljism

                                               

Massive Attack - Teardrop
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Massive Attack - Teardrop  (c.1998)

Massive Attack Tonight at The Wiltern

5.18.2010

Teardrop" was released as a single on 27 April 1998. It is the second single off their third album, Mezzanine. The song became another UK hit for the group, peaking at number 10 on the UK Singles Chart. The song features vocals by Elizabeth Fraser of the Cocteau Twins.

                                               

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John Boutté – Treme Song

I got hooked on this show over the weekend. From the creators of The Wire, Treme is about a group of musicians and other folks living in the Treme neighborhood of post-Katrina New Orleans. This John Boutté tune is the show’s theme song. The music featured in every episode of Treme alone is reason enough to watch.

You can follow this tumblelog to hear some of the Songs From Treme: http://songsfromtreme.tumblr.com/

Watch Treme teaser trailer and intro sequence HERE

5.17.2010