Saturday, June 30, 2007

better than mtv

madvillain - rhinestone cowboy


kenny rogers & the first edition - ruby, don't take your love to town


deep purple - hush


stardust - music sounds better with you


the frogs - been a year since i had a boy

Friday, June 29, 2007

drums

so i've been a-spinning the new comas record 'spells' a bunch lately, as it is recommended if you like indie-ish psychedelia, but the drums on one particular track really have me captivated. a little fuzzy and heavy on the floor tom, which is good, it propels the song throughout. got me thinking about other songs in which the drums are so fucking good i have to give it another spin. even though most of the elements in all these songs make them good, the drums or a section of the drumming stands out. neil peart my aunt fanny!

arcade fire - old flame
the smashing pumpkins - tonight tonight
the walkmen - thinking of a dream i had
the secret machines - all at once (it's not important)
m83 - don't save us from the flames
...and you will know us by the trail of dead - and the rest will follow
interpol - not even jail
clap your hands say yeah - goodbye to mother and the cove
the comas - sarah t.
the fiery furnaces - cheif inspector blancheflower
the strokes - hard to explain


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Wednesday, June 27, 2007

ladies and gentlemen... dr david thorpe!

"This month, Q is featuring the greatest songwriters of all time. Bob Dylan, Lennon and McCartney, Kurt Cobain, Brian Wilson, Bacharach and David, Morrissey and Marr, etc. Couldn't they throw in some ridiculous ones just to fuck with us? Who would call them out on it? I would have loved it if I was flipping through the list of greatest songwriters and I ran across someone like Lenny Kravitz or the guy from Toad the Wet Sprocket. Yes, I probably would have been angry at first, but then I would have read the text of the piece and it would have said "Hey, you gullible prat, we were just messing around, Lenny Kravitz actually sucks a big giant dick." I would have said "Oh, Q, you are incorrigible," and chuckled a bit to myself."

your music scene is for pussies

more surf, less brodaciousness

so summertime and the living is easy is right. unless you're driving an rv and a trailer thru downtown minneapolis. then it's kind of a pain in my ass. oh well, some surf and surfish numbers to get you thru your big, lame city driving. you might recognize the shadowy men song from a super hilarious television show from canada, eh. that is, you might recognize it if you're not a totally lame sandwich. as usual the tops are wanna-bes and the bottoms are the bona fides. hang loose, brosephs! enjoy.

midnight movies - persimmon tree
the black heart procession - broken world
the smashing pumpkins - bullet train to osaka
the gris gris - cuerpos haran amor extrano

santo & johnny - sleepwalk
the lively ones - high tide (tranquilizer)
shadowy men on a shadowy planet - having an average weekend
dan the automator & dj shadow - swami safari
satan's pilgrims - john's moods
the tornadoes - telstar

any questions can be directed to that brick wall.


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david coverversion: richard thompson vs. britney spears

richard thompson started recording back in 1967 with fairport convention and has been going steady ever since be it solo, with his wife linda or other various musicians, or just as a studio hired gun. he has also written some of the greatest fucking songs ever. see cooksferry queen, 1952 vincent black lightning (of which you will hear when i get around to doing the del mccoury band david coverversion), i can't wake up to save my life, and on and on. really anything he's done is supergreat. even covering a britney spears song(?!) for his '1000 years of popular music' cd/dvd set. ol' richie here also serves up covers of the kinks, justin timberlake, and others. i haven't heard the whole thing yet, but i'm sure it's swell. britney spears writes all of her own music and words and sings live at her concerts. amazing! also, britney spears covered 'i love rock and roll' because she loves pat benetar. i'm just saying.

richard thompson - oops... i did it again
britney spears - oops... i did it again

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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

WAY better than mtv...or...mtv









hey guys...wonderjoints

stan: what are you looking at nerd, huh?
booger: i thought i was looking at my mothers old douche bag but that's in ohio.


gilbert: i met a girl.

booger: you get in her pants?
gilbert: she's not that kind of girl, booger.
booger: why, does she have a penis?

NERDS! NERDS!
NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS! NERDS!


boss tuneage tuesday 6/26

i'm pretty sure that no one even reads this. enjoy, nobodies.

ulrich schnauss - a letter from home

the libertines - i get along
pelican daughters - aurascape
ted leo & the pharmacists - heart problems
daniel johnston - ain't no woman gonna make a george jones outta me
mew - the zookeeper's boy
low - california
the afghan whigs - 66
neil diamond - brother love's traveling salvation show
the elected - a time for emily
the velvet teen - chimera obscurant
the fever - crying wolf


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Monday, June 25, 2007

icky thump blah blah blah

i went and bought it. it came with a free sticker. it's pretty sweet, despite being a bit of a departure from the spectacular Get Behind Me Satan.

blah blah blah.

instead of actually reviewing this album, please refer yourself to here, and create you very own Icky Thump review.

Saturday, June 23, 2007

better than mtv

the rapture - get myself into it


the secret machines - lightning blue eyes


explosions in the sky - first breath after coma


john hartford & johnny cash -
muleskinner blues, columbus stockade, blue moon of kentucky and uncle penn


stevie wonder - superstition


david coverversion: radiohead vs. the flaming lips vs. the white stripes

we all know these bands, so to save me time and to save you time--just listen. i concur with mcnicholas, the new white stripes does make the bees sneeze. also is an appropriate song from the flaming lips' 'fight test ep'. enjoy johnny jerknuts.

radiohead - knives out
the flaming lips - knives out
the flaming lips - seven nation army
the white stripes - seven nation army

the flaming lips - thank you jack white (for the fiber-optic jesus that you gave me)


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live from the road

so i am not actually driving the the autumn purple ash theater around these parts so my contract with them is null and void. i am however, driving brett dennen and his band of merry pranksters around as they open up for john mayer on his summer tour. his band consisting of his longtime drummer and members of the animal liberation orchestra (alo). as i currently have no access to any of brett's music for downloading purposes you can hear some here. not bad at all if i may say so myself and is even better live, at least its not some late twenty/early thirty-somethings whining over generic distorted guitar, right?

here are some facts you might not know about john mayer.
1. dude attracts MAD broads to his shows.
2. dude kills it on guitar. need proof? here you go.

boss.

here are the remaining dates of the tour. come support the scene, you boring old biddies
Jun 23 2007 8:00P
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion WITH JOHN MAYER Woodlands, Texas
Jun 24 2007 8:00P
The Parish New Orleans, Louisiana
Jun 27 2007 9:00P
Fine Line Music Cafe North Minneapolis, Minnesota
Jun 28 2007 8:00P
Charter One Pavilion at Northerly Island WITH JOHN MAYER Chicago, Illinois
Jun 29 2007 8:00P
Charter One Pavilion at Northerly Island WITH JOHN MAYER Chicago, Illinois
Jun 30 2007 8:00P
Verizon Wireless Music Center WITH JOHN MAYER Noblesville, Indiana
Jul 1 2007 8:00P
Blossom Music Center WITH JOHN MAYER Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Jul 3 2007 8:00P
Summerfest @ Marcus Amphitheatre WITH JOHN MAYER Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Jul 5 2007 5:30P
High Sierra Music Festival Quincy, California
Jul 6 2007 2:30P
High Sierra Music Festival Quincy, California
Jul 9 2007 8:00P
House of Blues San Diego, California
Jul 10 2007 12:00P
Fingerprints Record Store (Free Show) Long Beach, California
Jul 10 2007 9:00P
Henry Fonda Theatre Los Angeles, California
Jul 12 2007 9:00P
The Fillmore San Francisco, California
Jul 14 2007 8:00P
New England Dodge Music Center WITH JOHN MAYER Hartford, Connecticut
Jul 15 2007 8:00P
Saratoga Performing Arts Center WITH JOHN MAYER Saratoga Springs, New York
Jul 16 2007 8:00P
The Mod Club Toronto, Ontario
Jul 18 2007 9:00P
Cafe Campus Montreal, Quebec
Jul 20 2007 9:00P
Space Gallery Portland, Maine
Jul 21 2007 8:00P
XPoNential Music Festival (WXPN) Camden, New Jersey
Jul 22 2007 8:00P
Borgata Event Center WITH JOHN MAYER Atlantic City, New Jersey

Thursday, June 21, 2007

All of my opinions, including one regarding Will Phalen and the Stereo Addicts

First of all, I just want to be the very first person on the internet to say, I quite like the White Stripes, and their new album "Icky Thump" is really the bee's knees! You've done it again, Meg White.

But my real impetus for inaugurating my relationship with this blog is to inform you all of the sweet show I saw last night.

I know that, due to a contract Randy signed with Sony, the official live band of this blog is Long Island's own screamo outfit The Autumn Purple Ashes. That said, I would encourage you all to check out Wisco's own Will Phalen and the Stereo Addicts, a new act that combines elements of locally know bands like the Mosaic, Freshwater Collins, Decibully, and more. The result, at least as far as I can tell from last night's show at Madison's High Noon Saloon, is a sound not unlike the Old 97's, if somewhat less saccharine, combined with a bit of My Morning Jacket, if a bit less Radioheady-by-way-of-Kentucky.

Check them out: http://www.willphalen.com/stereoaddicts/

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

you think your friends are funny?

Overheard in New York has put up a Most Popular Quotes section and it's mmmm funny.

Coworker #1: So what've you been up to?
Coworker #2: The usual. Just whacked off.
Coworker #1: Dude, you're on speakerphone.

prince is a better guitar player than you , too

he's also a total bad ass. i remember seeing this on tv a number of years back and can only find this copy of him soloing over 'while my guitar gently weeps' at the george harrison dealy when he died. viacom cried and had the real footage removed. check it.




danzig gets ko'd

danzig's bark is apparently worse than his bite.



boss tuneage tuesday 6/19

does anyone even listen to these? oh well. enjoy, sally slaptits.

the unicorns - i was born (a unicorn)
the frames - underglass
the toadies - tyler
belle & sebastian - we rule the school
the futureheads - danger of the water
desaparecidos - the happiest place on earth
halo benders - surfers haze
matthew dear - tide
herman's hermits - mrs. brown you've got a lovely daughter
blood on the wall - reunite on ice
neutral milk hotel - two-headed boy
british sea power - like a honeycomb


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Monday, June 18, 2007

david coverversion: louis armstrong vs. kid koala

originally written in 1926 by spencer williams, 'basin street blues' was recorded by louis armstrong and his band, the hot five in 1928. enter 2003 and kid koala's album 'some of my best friends are djs'. on it he redoes the track giving it a new sound while staying true to the original. sweet. check out the video for the koala track done by monkmus. also sweet. monkmus also did the video for the song 'fender bender' by kid koala. check that out here.

louis armstrong and the hot fives - basin street blues
kid koala - basin street blues




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Sunday, June 17, 2007

cause life is precious, and god, and the bible

mr show

daddy banjo

so i'm reading this killer book, and in one of the interviews a fella named frank davis is mentioned. i do not know anything about this frank davis, but it is said he built the 'daddy banjo' out of a stratocaster neck and a snare drum. buh...? the only info i can find is here. if anyone knows anything else or has pictures of it, or is a hot broad and has pictures of herself, feel free to hit me up or leave a comment. bones.

Saturday, June 16, 2007

better than mtv

grizzly bear - knife


french kicks - trial of the century


the del mccoury band - 1952 vincent black lightning


radiohead - fake plastic trees


los straitjackets

FIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGHT!

check out about 2:29. fucking ouch.


GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL!

david coverversion: leadbelly vs. mac wiseman

leadbelly is one popular man, being covered by ry cooder, the grateful dead, johnny cash, nirvana, gene autry, the beach boys, led zeppelin, tom waits, british sea power, rod stewart, nick cave and the bad seeds, the white stripes, mark lanegan, the fall, smog, ccr, the animals, abba, pete seeger, and mac wiseman. granted leadbelly didn't write 'where did you sleep last night?' or 'in the pines' or 'black girl', but it was his rendition that many people heard and copied. people such as bluegrass cult figure mac wiseman. mac started his musical career with as the guitarist for molly o'day, a country singer, but was recruited for the foggy mountain boys, when flatt & scruggs separated from bill monroe's group. also posted is one of my favorite bluegrass songs, 'jimmy brown, the newsboy'.

leadbelly - where did you sleep last night?
mac wiseman - in the pines

mac wiseman - jimmy brown, the newsboy


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Friday, June 15, 2007

thank ye! thank ye!

is this thing on? what is this thing?


Thursday, June 14, 2007

david coverversion: the jesus and mary chain vs. the brakes (brakesbrakesbrakes)

the influence of the jesus and mary chain is all over the map. granted they're basically a re-incarnation of the velvet underground, but maybe why that's why they're so fucking cool. see the sunglasses and feedbacks. also see here and here. taking a seat and sip of country wine for 'stoneded and dethroned', jamc released a great laid back, countryish record that the brakes have heard. not that the brakes are some pussy ass alt country boy outfit, see the song 'most fun' or read the lyics here. (it should be 'i spent three long nights and two whole days losing my mind on mdma'. killer. but, we've all done that, right?) anyways, they've re-worked jamc's 'sometimes always' with the pipettes singing back-up, and adding a punk snarl to an already great two chord song. delicious. word is frontman eamon quit his day job as the keyboard player for the great british sea power to concentrate on the brakes, now brakesbrakesbrakes in the usa cause some whiny hippies in philadelphia called their mommies and told on them for having the same name. they're still the brakes in europe cause apparently they don't let pussies in over there, they just breed them--see coldplay, robbie williams, bloc party, keane, starsailor, and so on... anyways, go get 'give blood' and waste 29 precious minutes listening to the 16 tracks and decide for yourself while you wait for the next. fuck it, just for kicks here's 'most fun' too, crybabies.

the jesus and mary chain - sometimes always
the brakes - sometimes always

the brakes - most fun




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stanley kubrick

so as tits as stanley kubrick's movies are, the soundtracks are also a big part of the cinematic experience. most of his films have a classical stacked soundtrack with few era songs. let's face it, if you don't know stanley kubrick's movies, just raise your hand and i'll have tommy boy here come back there and hit you in the head with a tack hammer because you're a retard.

erika eigen - i want to marry a lighthouse keeper from 'a clockwork orange'
nancy sinatra - these boots are made for walking from 'full metal jacket'




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more side a track ones

more side a track ones, just out of boredom. expect more or something. CRANK IT UP, FUCKERS!

120 days - come out, come down, fade out, be gone from '120 days'
the eels - elizabeth on the bathroom floor from 'electro-shock blues'
dungen - panda from 'ta det lugnt'
hell preachers inc. - time race from 'supreme psychedelic underground'
dios malos - feels good being somebody from '(here's to the passion of the changelo!)'
m83 - moonchild from 'before the dawn heals us'

i know thats alot of music for one day but don't blame me, blame the internet for not being there when i needed it.


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new editors

had ahold of this new editors track for awhile. from the forthcoming album 'an end has a start' coming out on july 17th. yes, they still sound like interpol. yes, that's not a bad thing. yes, this is good.

bones
from 'an end has a start'
all sparks from 'the back room'


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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

boss tuneage tuesday 6/12

another edition, not quite on tuesday as planned, and not quite live from the road as planned. sue me. enjoy, bologna tits!

doves - there goes the fear
singapore sling - sugar
dj shadow - midnight in a perfect world (gab mix)
the shivers - beauty
kula shaker - radhe radhe
electric skychurch - heaven
ambulance ltd - heavy lifting
spiritualized - sway
the crystal method - high roller
mc chris - wiid
soul coughing - true dreams of wichita
arab strap - the girl i loved before i fucked


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another change of plans

so these guys decided they were all grown up and they could drive themselves around big scary cities like fargo, nd, and scranton, pa. now, i'm not gonna call them bedwetters or anything because after meeting them, i guess they were pretty cool, for bedwetters. anyways, the new gig is driving these guys around on a super hilarious comedy tour until the end of august.

also, why don't people call 'incubus' 'suckubus'? it's like the same thing, but instead of a ghostly man raping a woman, it's a lame band raping your ears. ouch.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

vibrato is for girls and fags.

how are you doing on vibrato today? need enough for the rest of your life? here.

robin gibb

Monday, June 11, 2007

lounge4

so back in like 1999, i was first introduced to thievery corporation. immediately, i was drawn into their lounge-ish, downtempo-y, way-fucking-cooler-than-you-are sound. it didn't hurt that we had just finished a blunt the size of a little baseball bat you'd get at a cubs game. then again, hearing juliet and the licks and not seeing her as opposed to not hearing and not seeing her would probably have been good too, maybe. i digress. it opened a whole new world of music for me, which was good because i was a stupid teenager, as i had been listening to the electronic music for a bit, because i was a stupid teenager, which can get a lot bland. plus ravers are the fucking worst. need more proof? yowzers! anywho, the superhip label eighteenth street lounge (thievery corp, thunderball, ursula1000, nicola conte, etc..) only puts out totally rad records by motherfuckers you've never heard of, so go get some new tunes and impress your lame friends. then, do reefer and chill out, neeeeeeeeeeeeeeerrrrrds.

broadway project - directions
dusted - always remember to respect your mother
thievery corporation - 2001 a spliff odyssey
thunderball - sid's mellow trip
tosca - suzuki
swollen - bent
groove armada - dusk you & me
gotan project - el capitalismo foraneo


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Sunday, June 10, 2007

this is pretty funny

thanks to buddyhead for this. robbie williams gets launched off stage during a concert by my new hero.



the full video can be seen here, along with some cool relavant liam gallagher videos as well.

Friday, June 8, 2007

the deaths

used record stores are great. some recent pick ups have been 'nevermind' ($2), 'graceland' ($2), 'plastic ono band' ($4), 'velvet underground + nico' ($4), 'doolittle' ($4), american IV ($2). then i found this record "invisible choir" by the deaths. again, having remembered reading some shit somewhere, i picked it up. at times sounding like a mix between the rolling stones circa 'their satanic majesties request' and the monkees circa 'the birds, the bees, and the monkees', with maybe a little alt country thrown in. not bad. even though i only paid a fiver for it, i would have easily thrown tenner down now that i know.

birmingham
a sea is a sea
curtains for us all


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tour update

i'm sure more dates will be added...
click here

Wednesday, June 6, 2007

things of note.

JamJunky is a new social website for songwriters. My review of it is here.

I've just returned from the Graves Mountain bluegrass festival where I was reminded, much to my continual surprise, that tons of people still pretend to care about the Civil War.

Speaking of banjos, I've been really really enjoying this dude. Pretty epic stuff for a young white hippie.

Recipe for fake blood: Corn syrup, red food coloring, blood.

david coverversion: the rolling stones vs. daniel johnston

q: what's the difference between the rolling stones and the beatles?
a: the rolling stones wrote their songs with their cocks and the beatles wrote their songs with their weiners.

i know that has nothing to do with daniel johnston but i like bringing the beatles down a peg or two, so fuck off.

so, daniel johnston is crazier than you. and if you haven't seen 'the devil and daniel johnston', do yourself a favor and see it, if you like documentaries on crazy musicians.

the rolling stones - ruby tuesday
daniel johnston + jad fair - ruby tuesday


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Monday, June 4, 2007

david coverversion: pulp vs. nick cave

so for the single 'bad cover version' from pulp's 2nd finest record 'we love life', they had two versions of it released, one with some proper b-sides, and another with two covers. the first 'sorted out for e's & wizz' from the earth shaking album 'different class', by roisin murphy, (e's=ecstasy, wizz=speed, drugs=sweet-are any around?) and the second is 'disco 2000' from the same album, by nick cave. i hope i don't have to get into just how bad ass nick cave is. the birthday party, grinderman, the movie 'the proposition', waxing kylie minogue's minge; the list goes on and on. disco 2000 was the first pulp song i'd ever heard after seeing the video on mtlame2 or something, like 10 years ago, and have enjoyed going thru their back catalog. also included is a birthday party song, the excellent new single from nick cave's new band, grinderman, and a pretty awesome jarvis cocker song from his new album 'jarvis'. indeed, cunts are running the world.

pulp - disco 2000
nick cave - disco 2000

jarvis cocker - running the world
the birthday party - she's hit
grinderman - no pussy blues


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new smashing pumpkins

so this new smashing pumpkins song is promising, even with all the weak, scandalous shit that billy corgan has pulled lately. sounds like he's back to being a disillusioned teenager, like he was 10 years ago when he was like 26, instead of an over-produced, androgynous, leather skirt wearing titty, like he was 7 years ago. also, what the fuck was up with that solo album, no, not zwan--the one where he butchered the bee-gees? yikes. oh well. having grown up buying into all of the pumpkins shit, i must say i'm fairly stoked that they're back, well half of em anyways.

tarantula from 'zeitgeist', maybe
czarina from 'ava adore' single
depresso from
'mellon collie and the infinite sadness' demos
methusela from 'mellon collie and the infinite sadness' demos
satur9 from 'machina 2'
let me give the world to you from 'machina 2'
go from 'machina 2'
blank page live from 1998



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Friday, June 1, 2007

side a track one

after mentioning in a post about how calla's 'it dawned on me' is one of my recent favorite side a track one's, it got me thinking about first tracks from other various albums. usually the first song should determine how the rest of the listen is going to go. these aren't necessarily my favorite's or whatever, but good songs that start out good albums, good lead off tracks that pave the way for the rest. blah blah blah.

blonde redhead - elephant woman from 'misery is a butterfly'
drive-by truckers - where the devil don't stay from 'the dirty south'
guided by voices - man called aerodynamics from 'under the bushes under the stars'
mando diao - cut the rope from 'hurricane bar'
mike ness - the devil in miss jones from 'cheating at solitaire'
ours - fallen souls from 'distorted lullabies'
pink floyd - one of these days from 'meddle'
pulp - the fear from 'this is hardcore'
the coral - spanish main from 'the coral'
the frogs - i've got drugs (out of the mist) from 'it's only right and natural'
the rapture - olio from 'echoes'
voxtrot - mothers, sisters, daughters and wives
from 'mothers, sisters, daughters and wives'


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david coverversion: bjork vs. the twilight singers

after returning to bjork's 'post' yesterday, i went back and gave the twilight singers 'she loves you' a listen as well. 'she loves you', greg dulli and co's album of covers, is fairly strong all over, some weaker tracks at the end, maybe 2, but 'hyperballad' is excellent. giving bjork's electro masterpiece a makeover with guitars and drums, as it takes on a whole new sound. i could write more but i'm tired and lazy. plus if you don't know bjork's version yet, it's been like 12 fucking years, you dorkus malorkus.

bjork - hyperballad
the twilight singers - hyperballad


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david lynch

after watching dune again late last night, i guess toto(?!) wasn't bad with the task of writing the soundtrack, while some other david lynch films have totally boss soundtracks.

from 'blue velvet'
bobby vinton - blue velvet
roy orbison - in dreams
isabella rosselini - blue velvet/blue star

from 'lost highway'
david bowie - i'm deranged (edit)

lou reed - this magic moment
angelo badalamenti - fred's world

here's a creepy video for the song '(in heaven) lady in the radiator' from 'eraserhead'.




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get your eyeliner ready

so i just got my first assignment. drive from autumn to ashes around the country this summer for their tour. if you are around these parts on these days, come keep the scene alive and possibly score some mall minge.

SENSES FAIL and FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES Tour Dates
More From Autumn To Ashes headlining dates TBA

6/12 – Deptford, NJ @ Deptford Mall Z
6/13 – Scranton, PA @ Tinks *
6/14 – Eatontown, NJ @ Monmouth Mall Z
6/14 – Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground #
6/15 – Clifton Park, NY @ Northern Lights *
6/16 – Rochester, NY @ The Marketplace Z
6/16 – S. Hackensack, NJ @ School Of Rock #
6/18 – Reading, PA @ The Silo *
6/19 – Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Ballroom *
6/20 – West Dundee, IL @ Spring Hill Mall Z*
6/21 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Intersection *
6/22 – Urbana, IL @ Canopy Club *
6/23 – St. Paul, MN @ Maplewood Mall Z*
6/24 – Fargo, ND @ House Of Rock @ Playmakers *
6/27 – Louisville, KY @ Headliner's *
6/28 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Diesel *
6/29 – Richmond, VA @ Toad's Place *

she'll be there


 

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